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Old 02-18-2008, 02:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I searched for it cuse i knOw it's been answered but couldn't find it. SO how do I remove the extra programs for stuff they have on there that i don't want/ don't use? OH and on my first curve I had XM radio as a option stock. Now I don't...
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The only way I know of is to hide the icons.

I tried deleting the service books for them but once the device re-registers on the att network, they get re-downloaded.

Not sure why the xm icon is missing.
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Yes unfortunately the AT&T icons and Telnav icons will reappear after you re-register on the network after removing the service books. You can hide the icons as stated, they take up very little memory on the device - only adds to the Service Book DB which is extremely small.
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