1. OctateZero's Avatar
    Hi everyone, I just purchased a Key2 LE now that they'll activate on Verizon. I know the BlackBerry Hub, BBM, and other services are an important part of using the device for many of you. I purchased the Key2 specifically for the keyboard and battery life, however, and would rather it operate like a vanilla Android device for now.

    Using Settings, I've been able to disable many of the BlackBerry specific apps and this removes them from the app drawer. Some (like Locker) linger around and even continue running after disabling and force quitting them. Is there any way to hide these permanently, or do I just need to ignore it?

    Thanks
    11-14-18 02:32 PM
  2. the_boon's Avatar
    Hi everyone, I just purchased a Key2 LE now that they'll activate on Verizon. I know the BlackBerry Hub, BBM, and other services are an important part of using the device for many of you. I purchased the Key2 specifically for the keyboard and battery life, however, and would rather it operate like a vanilla Android device for now.

    Using Settings, I've been able to disable many of the BlackBerry specific apps and this removes them from the app drawer. Some (like Locker) linger around and even continue running after disabling and force quitting them. Is there any way to hide these permanently, or do I just need to ignore it?

    Thanks
    No, just go into each BB app you don't want, the hit the "disable" and then "force stop" and they'll never bother you.
    11-14-18 05:07 PM

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