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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-25-2010, 10:49 PM Thread Starter

 
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Blackberry layout program for PC?

I hate how my Blackberry is laid out. To many folders with crap in them. I get messages that I'm almost out of memory. But friggin' twitter and other crap loaded automatically a few months ago. I don't want them, and it's not in the installed programs that I can remove it!

I wondered if there was a program I load on the PC and configure my layout, assign buttons. Then send that configuration to the phone?

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Hmmmm I would hit crackberry.com

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crackberry.com or blackberryforums.com are great resources. Which BB OS are you running?

also, try using the app loader when you have it hooked up to your PC. program files> common files> Research in motion> app loader

It'll bring up a list of everything installed and you can nuke the crap you don't use. BB OS 5 has a bunch of app links like myspace and crap that are preloaded. They're just links and can't be deleted, but you can hide them so they don't show up and clutter up your setup.

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crackberry.com or blackberryforums.com are great resources. Which BB OS are you running?

also, try using the app loader when you have it hooked up to your PC. program files> common files> Research in motion> app loader

It'll bring up a list of everything installed and you can nuke the crap you don't use. BB OS 5 has a bunch of app links like myspace and crap that are preloaded. They're just links and can't be deleted, but you can hide them so they don't show up and clutter up your setup.
Rob can't you move them to a folder you created then delete the entire folder?

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there is blackberry supplied software to do what you're describing, i forget what it's called but if you search on their site you'll find it. It's design software.

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Ok. I'll have to put in more effort I guess. Thanks for the insight.

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