You are basically correct. It is a tool that RIM uses to get updates from the testers on the OS's. It sends GPS signals, pin info etc
Originally Posted by TemperamentalMan
Originally Posted by Bryan
Is there a way to remove it after it's installed? maybe from the phone directly?
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There might be but honestly I wouldn't trust it.
A clean os install without internal tools is the only way to know for sure
The only way to get it off your phone is to wipe your phone and then install the OS again.
Originally Posted by Danizme
Has anyone tried the media player in this new OS? The .40 gets crapped up when email or sms come in unless your have alrts off. Mostly in longer tracks like podcasts..
If I'm not mistaken, this is a problem no matter what OS you are running.
Originally Posted by Evermore707
Or just install the .42 OS without out the tools over the one he/she currently has on their device.
Originally Posted by jlevy73
Thats what i did because i forgot to remove the tools. ALSO, make sure to check "EXPLORE" through your memory card because there will be a hidden log on it due to accidently installing the RIM tools.
Great post! I don't remember hearing that before
Originally Posted by Brains_
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