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Bacon on BlackBerry: photos, applications, and email clients

Q: How do I remove applications from my BlackBerry?

A: There are a few ways to remove an application from your BlackBerry.
1. You can use the BlackBerry Application Loader from a PC.
a. Plug your BlackBerry into the USB slot of the Computer
b. Load up the Desktop Manager Software
d Load up the Application Loader
e. Click NEXT, then NEXT
f. Scroll down to the application you wish to remove and click on it
* If the application does not show up there, download the latest version of the Desktop Manager Software from http://www.blackberry.com/products/software/desktop/index.shtml . The latest version auto detects software programs that have been installed Over-The-Air.
g. Click on the Delete button
h. Click NEXT
i. Click FINISH
j. Click CLOSE

2. You can Delete the application off the BlackBerry Handheld
a. Scroll to OPTIONS and select it
*If there is no OPTIONS, go to SETTINGS, and there should be OPTIONS in that menu
b. Select APPLICATIONS
*If there is no APPLICATIONS, go to ADVANCED OPTIONS, and there should be APPLICATIONS in that menu
c. Scroll to the application you wish to delete and select it
d. Scroll to DELETE and select it
e. Scroll up to DELETE and select it

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One Response to “Bacon on BlackBerry: photos, applications, and email clients”

  1. N haze
    December 19th, 2006 17:21
    1

    I still cannot find the app i want to remove in the apps menue in the blackberry or with my PC. Any suggestions on how to get a couple apps off

    Thanks in advance.

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