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    Removing unused service books?

    Is it possible to remove unused service books?

    I have service books for ICQ, AOL, Google Talk, Yahoo, Windows Live and more, all for services that I don't use. I see no need for them to be there.

    How can I remove them? Menu > Delete works, but it comes back.

    Thanks,
    -Rich




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    Quote Originally Posted by rich420 View Post
    Is it possible to remove unused service books?

    I have service books for ICQ, AOL, Google Talk, Yahoo, Windows Live and more, all for services that I don't use. I see no need for them to be there.

    How can I remove them? Menu > Delete works, but it comes back.

    Thanks,
    -Rich
    you answered your own question Bruh! No matter what you do, they'll come back. Service books are sent by Verizon so there's no dodging it! Just creat a trash folder or hide like we're all doing. I feel ya on this though. I wish they could be completely removed for good!

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    What do you mean "create a trash folder or hide"?

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    just create a new folder and put all of them in it or hide the icons. The amount of space they take up is nil, so no point going through the trouble to delete them.

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    That's exactly right. Service books will be re-pushed by Verizon, no if's and's or but's. I don't know what he means by "hide" them, unless he referring to the icon that downloads the file. If that's the case, yes, just hide them. If the application isn't downloaded it uses very little room (read minuscule) and uses no system resources.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TemperamentalMan View Post
    That's exactly right. Service books will be re-pushed by Verizon, no if's and's or but's. I don't know what he means by "hide" them, unless he referring to the icon that downloads the file. If that's the case, yes, just hide them. If the application isn't downloaded it uses very little room (read minuscule) and uses no system resources.
    Yup. Just meant hide the icon that will launch the application download.

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    I don't have any icons that "will launch the application to download." So I'm finished here.

    Thanks to the three of you for your time and support.
    -Rich

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