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  1. CDM76's Avatar
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    Default Removing PlayBook Wallpaper

    I am looking to remove the native wallpaper pics but can't find the directory they are saved in. Any help is appreciated.

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    CDM
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    The Original PlayBook wall papers are in a locked part of the OS, in other words, your stuck with them. Unless RIm unlocks them.
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    Much appreciated.

    Just trying to find way to free up some memory, and since I wont ever use those figured would be worth deleting.
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    I found that if you do a security wipe then all the wallpapers vanish, I know this is a bit drastic but if you want to get rid of them then this is a way to do it.
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    Correct a wipe will remove wallpaper and stock video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BB-Bmore View Post
    Correct a wipe will remove wallpaper and stock video.

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    Default Removing PlayBook Wallpaper

    Try using the Chrome PlayBook app, it lets you remove a lot of stuff you wouldn't normally be able to.

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