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  1. shead77's Avatar
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    Default unwanted pictures

    OK hers a new one or at least to me. I was in my camera and viewed pictures. When that czme up i hac the contacts at the top highlighted and clicked the trackball. well it then brought up a bunch of little pictures. theres a wolf, a ninja, etc etc etc...they r all locked and I am not sure what they r for or if they popped into the phone with the new OS i loaded. I am running .169 with 4.6/5.0 hybrid with the .131 radio.

    just wondering if and how I can delete these and if it will mess anything up, aww i dont care if it messes anything up thats how we learn!! Soooo any way to delete them??? BTW they r .png images
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    Have you tried to delete them using the Media Manager when your Blackberry is connected?
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    I have them too and I have an 8310 running 4.5.0.161.
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    Yea I have them too, I thought it came from 3rd party apps like zona snap or something? I'm not sure. I'm running 4.5.0.162
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    well i just checked and there is like 10 of them. I looked at the properties and added it up. They use about 21.4kb of space. Not a whole lot but i like all the free space i can get
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    Can you delete them with filescout or desktop manager?
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    I used FileScout to delete all the "stock" pictures that came of my 9530. Took a bit of time, but I did notice a small increase in memory.
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