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    Quote Originally Posted by Seanren78 View Post
    I've been deleting service books just recently to receive programs back. Like you said they are like "spam". Just hide them and place them in your application folder....I heard that placing unused items in a single folder can help save memory although the applications are technically not installed.
    I resend service books a lot due to constant screwing around with my device so I hide them as you suggested. Depends on the user which is best but a good suggestion though



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    Thanks for the assist morg glad we could help.

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    I might have spoken too soon. I rebooted my phone after deleting an app and they came back - SPAM is the most accurate description of what they are. In any event, I've hidden them. Thanks again.



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    Quote Originally Posted by ktklein
    I just changed themes (running BBCM OS v7.1.3 and BBAmped theme) and noticed as I move icons around that the Flicr, VCast, and a bunch of other icons are appearing for things I shrunk and do not have installed. Instead of hiding them, is there a way to actually delete them? I did a file listing using CrackUtil but didn't see anything in the list that resembled what I wanted to delete/remove. Any ideas? Thanks. :dunno:
    Is that correct - 7.1.3?
    Or is there something i'm missing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gordtm View Post
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    Is that correct - 7.1.3?
    Or is there something i'm missing?
    Yes that is correct. 7.1.3 was released to fix a suretype issue some members were having.



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    7.1.3 is the same as 7.1.2 but with the SureType fixed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laney
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    7.1.3 is the same as 7.1.2 but with the SureType fixed
    I don't use Suretype, So i'm not feeling too neglected

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    If delete the service books everytime the phone reboots they will come back what I did I'd put them in a folder and hide the folder or hide the icons either one

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