1. HeatherSXEMarie's Avatar
    What are they?

    I have a bunch on my phone and I wanted to know if I could delete some.
    Like I have some with red X's by them and others that yellow question marks by them. Can I delete those?

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    08-14-09 12:25 AM
  2. sody#WN's Avatar
    What are they?

    I have a bunch on my phone and I wanted to know if I could delete some.
    Like I have some with red X's by them and others that yellow question marks by them. Can I delete those?

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    I have sprint curve 8330 too. Where are you seeing the certificates?
    08-14-09 12:56 AM
  3. HeatherSXEMarie's Avatar
    Menu - Options - Security Options - Certificates. It's the fourth one down.

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    08-14-09 01:25 AM
  4. Tripster's Avatar
    I'd say don't mess with them, unless an expert says otherwise.

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    08-14-09 02:21 AM
  5. Reed McLay's Avatar
    Security Certificates are used by all computers, including BlackBerry.

    Transport Layer Security - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Transport Layer Security (TLS) and its predecessor, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), are cryptographic protocols that provide security and data integrity for communications over networks such as the Internet. TLS and SSL encrypt the segments of network connections at the Transport Layer end-to-end.

    ...
    Their purpose is to protect your data, during the time it being transported over the internet.

    You can delete them, as long as you never intend to access the related services. There is nothing to be gained, they don't occupy much space.
    08-14-09 10:08 AM
  6. MrWheelMan's Avatar
    I never understand why people want to delete stuff off their phone when they have no idea what it does? You have to go digging around in areas you don't even know what they're for to find stuff like that, so it's not like it's in your way or anything.

    Why risk breaking your phone for something whose removal serves no practical purpose?
    08-14-09 01:58 PM
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