1. himynameismichelle's Avatar
    Is there a way to permanently delete the messengers? I delete the ones I don't use from my Service Book but it comes back later on...am I deleting the wrong things? Or is there more to delete? Hmm...
    01-05-09 06:26 PM
  2. Branta's Avatar
    Which messengers? Some are in the OS, some are pushed in service books. If we know the real target we might be able to help you hit it.
    01-05-09 06:30 PM
  3. himynameismichelle's Avatar
    Oh sorry, Yahoo and MSN please
    01-05-09 06:34 PM
  4. amazinglygraceless's Avatar
    Try going to options > advanced options > applications
    Scroll to each app > press menu and select delete.

    If the are not there and you also can't delete them with
    Desktop Manager, BRANTA is correct, they are pushed via
    your service books and you should just hide them.
    01-05-09 06:37 PM
  5. Branta's Avatar
    Try going to options > advanced options > applications
    Scroll to each app > press menu and select delete.

    If the are not there and you also can't delete them with
    Desktop Manager, BRANTA is correct, they are pushed via
    your service books and you should just hide them.
    No, these are in the OS install. The easy way 'now' is to delete in the apps list. The best way to prevent them coming back with OS upgrades is to use CrackMem to control the upgrade. Pete6 has the hooks in for the Storm OS now in version 3.1, see the pic of the application and download link here http://forums.crackberry.com/f35/cra...44/#post498385
    01-05-09 06:45 PM
  6. himynameismichelle's Avatar
    Are you stalking me branta? You're everywhere I seem to be right now

    So I have to download something to get rid of them? That's kinda weird. Maybe I'll just ignore them, haha.
    01-05-09 06:47 PM
  7. Branta's Avatar
    Are you stalking me branta? You're everywhere I seem to be right now

    So I have to download something to get rid of them? That's kinda weird. Maybe I'll just ignore them, haha.
    I seem to be bouncing between about 4 threads right now. What... you're here as well. Maybe you're stalking me with questions I can answer

    OK, go take a look at CrackMem when you have time. It's a little program created by Pete6 (one of the mods here) to give better control over the Installer during software reloads. It runs on your PC (not the phone) to setup and fine tune the system files before they are loaded. Originally it was to help ordinary users remove multimedia demo files which were occupying large chunks of valuable memory. Now it has become the best way to make your phone what you want it to be, not what the RIM marketing slime want you to show everyone else.
    01-05-09 07:04 PM
  8. himynameismichelle's Avatar
    I seem to be bouncing between about 4 threads right now. What... you're here as well. Maybe you're stalking me with questions I can answer

    OK, go take a look at CrackMem when you have time. It's a little program created by Pete6 (one of the mods here) to give better control over the Installer during software reloads. It runs on your PC (not the phone) to setup and fine tune the system files before they are loaded. Originally it was to help ordinary users remove multimedia demo files which were occupying large chunks of valuable memory. Now it has become the best way to make your phone what you want it to be, not what the RIM marketing slime want you to show everyone else.
    I'll check it out somtime, thanks! However I have a Mac...dun dun dunnn.
    01-05-09 08:36 PM
  9. Branta's Avatar
    However I have a Mac...dun dun dunnn.
    The tone of your post betrays it. You know Mac doesn't support software upgrades - yet. Well, certainly not unless you have BootCamp and even then I'm not sure. Oh well...
    01-05-09 08:52 PM
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