1. earthshaker78's Avatar

    I was wondering if deleting service books is a safe way 2 remove an app + increase memory.

    For exaple, can I remove the sprint music store service book... I will never use it...


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    11-15-08 02:11 PM
  2. sunkast's Avatar
    Not really. Service books themselves take up next to nothing in terms of memory. To remove an app that is installed, you need to delete the app, not the service book. The service book is merely a short cut to install the app. Another reason why it takes up next to nothing. Also the next time you resend your service books, the service book will just get pushed back to you. It's far better to delete the app correctly, and hide the shortcut to install the app icon.
    11-15-08 02:31 PM
  3. ralarosa's Avatar
    Probably, but the next time you reboot (i.e., pull the battery) or resend the service books, it will come back.

    I delete facebook, AIM, handango all the time.
    11-15-08 02:32 PM