1. noangelx's Avatar
    Got my BB 9900 yesterday morning from Bell and I was just messing around with it now and I noticed my documents to go had 60+ files in it (preloaded) some were 1+ MBs!! So I deleted them all! Anybody else have this?

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    08-11-11 09:51 PM
  2. shenmue's Avatar
    I noticed this today as well. I have no idea why they're there.
    08-11-11 10:18 PM
  3. noangelx's Avatar
    Well mine aren't there anymore ;o) Now I'm at 6.1 (out of 6.2) free media storage and 198.9 free app storage.

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    08-11-11 10:27 PM
  4. imrank128's Avatar
    I'm curious, what were in the documents? Were they bell related? RIM related?

    Sounds really weird.
    08-11-11 11:07 PM
  5. noangelx's Avatar
    It was all sorts of RIM gibberish, warranty info etc.. In every language!!

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    08-11-11 11:09 PM
  6. imrank128's Avatar
    Oh ok, that means its probably on everyone's 9900s then. That's so weird. Well I now I know what I'm deleting first when I get mine.
    08-11-11 11:29 PM
  7. noangelx's Avatar
    Oh ok, that means its probably on everyone's 9900s then. That's so weird. Well I now I know what I'm deleting first when I get mine.
    Hopefully I didn't need those.. Hehe

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    08-12-11 04:40 AM
  8. robtanz's Avatar
    It was most likely a hidden version of Angry Birds.
    08-12-11 05:33 AM
  9. mobibiz's Avatar
    it's product literature and other stuff we crackberry folks won't be needing, we have our own crackberry for troubleshooting. Delete them and save some more space.
    08-12-11 05:40 AM
  10. hayito1's Avatar
    deleted these files as well. There just warranty information for every single country and language in this world...
    08-12-11 06:46 AM
  11. Ganon541's Avatar
    Its files for computer usage when you connect your phone to you computer, Its basically documentation files and a startup.exe file so you could launch the files. Reason why there is so much is because they give you the same files in about 15 languages. Connect your phone and delete the files on the root on your phone (the startup, Autorun, etc) and delete the "files" fodler then you should be good.
    08-12-11 09:41 AM
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