1. jjcurve1979's Avatar
    I have a curve 8330 by boost with os 5.0.0.438. Can I remove the factory loaded apps and programs that I don't want? If there is how do I do it? Please help so I can have apps that I want and still have memory open to run right.
    06-17-10 10:02 PM
  2. Jared DiPane's Avatar
    You can remove them by going to options then applications and removing them from that list.

    Some things you can delete without harm would be - password keeper, brick breaker, help, notepad, tasks, docs 2 go, maps

    This should help free up a good amount of space for you depending how many you remove.
    06-17-10 10:07 PM
  3. fedge's Avatar
    Won't delete the pushed content though. I just hide that in a folder I don't use... Doesn't really take up any memory as it is just an icon not an app...

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    06-17-10 10:17 PM
  4. Jared DiPane's Avatar
    You can only delete the service books for those, which just get pushed again anyways, so hiding them will certainly be your best bet.
    06-17-10 10:17 PM
  5. jjcurve1979's Avatar
    When I go to options, apps, under third party apps there is an app called delete first. It has the bb style icon. What is this and do I need it?
    06-17-10 11:05 PM
  6. Jared DiPane's Avatar
    Leave that one, you wont be able to do anything with that. It is part of the OS
    06-17-10 11:06 PM
  7. jjcurve1979's Avatar
    Thanks for the help. It was just what I needed to know.
    06-18-10 06:43 AM
  8. SoccerRef12's Avatar
    I recommend using the desktop program, Shrink-A-OS. It is safer than just deleting it from your phone. It creates a folder for your deleted apps so that you could re-install them, if you change your mind. I've used it to delete foreign lang support, voice actuated dialing, voice recorder, vendor themes, etc.
    JBarbero

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    06-18-10 08:07 AM
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