1. lady_dynam1te's Avatar
    I was looking through loader files and i noticed a bunch of alx files in the folder containing the java folder. see pic



    So i was looking around for a safe way to delete the browser completely, so i removed the file and opened desktop manager, and the browser wasnt on the list... wow it dissappeared completely. So i clicked next and this is what i saw...



    At the top of that list is MMS... not good... does this mean that i lose MMS if i delete the browser???

    Anyways, thats my question, any help is greatly appreciated
    Thanks in advance
    08-13-09 07:13 PM
  2. Dave12308's Avatar
    I have been known to be wrong before, but as far as I know, the MMS feature uses parts of the browser (or more correctly, the MMS program is part of the browser package) - so AFAIK you CANNOT just nuke the browser and have everything else work as it once did.
    08-14-09 08:47 AM
  3. lady_dynam1te's Avatar
    I have been known to be wrong before, but as far as I know, the MMS feature uses parts of the browser (or more correctly, the MMS program is part of the browser package) - so AFAIK you CANNOT just nuke the browser and have everything else work as it once did.
    well that sucks, but thanks for your help
    08-15-09 02:28 PM
  4. Dave12308's Avatar
    Linda, may I ask you WHY it is so important to you to remove the RIM browser? Just curious, is all.
    08-16-09 09:04 AM
  5. lady_dynam1te's Avatar
    im a memory junkie... I WANT MORE!!! lol
    08-18-09 03:04 PM
  6. hubermania's Avatar
    Why? Right out of the box you have 128MB. That's 32MB more than Curve and twice the old school Pearl. They're happy to have 12MB free.

    Personally, I'm happy *not* bricking my 8220 for a few extra MB. But you go right ahead. I'll make popcorn for the fireworks. ;-)

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    08-18-09 06:04 PM
  7. Dave12308's Avatar
    im a memory junkie... I WANT MORE!!! lol
    I have quite a software load on mine, and my memory is constant at 62.3MB; give or take 0.1MB - with the memory staying stable like that, more isn't necessary. App memory is there, to be used for apps. It's not bad unless it gets critically low. All a high amount of app memory indicates is room for more apps.
    08-18-09 07:28 PM
  8. Dave12308's Avatar
    Personally, I'm happy *not* bricking my 8220 for a few extra MB. But you go right ahead. I'll make popcorn for the fireworks. ;-)

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    Just back it up first, and then brick away. It's REALLY hard to truly brick a Blackberry..... The worst i've gotten is a 507 reload software message. And that was because I purposely ran JL_Cmdr
    08-18-09 07:29 PM
  9. lady_dynam1te's Avatar
    Just back it up first, and then brick away. It's REALLY hard to truly brick a Blackberry..... The worst i've gotten is a 507 reload software message. And that was because I purposely ran JL_Cmdr
    honestly, its kinda fun finding you limits

    half the time I search the forums thinking "hmm what can i mess with today?"
    08-24-09 01:51 PM
  10. lady_dynam1te's Avatar
    Why? Right out of the box you have 128MB. That's 32MB more than Curve and twice the old school Pearl. They're happy to have 12MB free.

    Personally, I'm happy *not* bricking my 8220 for a few extra MB. But you go right ahead. I'll make popcorn for the fireworks. ;-)

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    Why bother posting if your just going to criticize.

    Just because you have no balls.... does a 507 error scare you?

    You go hide and eat your popcorn, I'll take my chances thanks!
    08-24-09 02:01 PM
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