1. y0us3f's Avatar
    Un-Install BBM With One click on New OS

    i've made this small file that uses javaloader to uninstall BBM .cod files from device

    enjoy ~

    Connect your blackberry to the computer

    then open the file : 5lejnaBBMremover

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    01-20-11 12:17 AM
  2. belfastdispatcher's Avatar
    Whay would you delete bbm??????

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    01-20-11 01:50 AM
  3. Evan_O's Avatar
    I know many who don't use it... I rarely do myself. Free up some space I suppose.

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    01-20-11 03:36 AM
  4. belfastdispatcher's Avatar
    I know many who don't use it... I rarely do myself. Free up some space I suppose.

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    If you rarely use it it means you do use it sometimes, 2.8 mb is hardly worth the trouble in 9700 and newer models, I would concentrate on using it more

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    01-20-11 04:06 AM
  5. Evan_O's Avatar
    Yes, I understand rarely using means I do

    I just know some who don't. Doesn't take up much memory for sure, but maybe some peeps with OCD about memory want to take it off.

    That said, I wouldn't want to mess with taking it off myself. Its nice to have the option there.

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    01-20-11 04:30 AM
  6. BatterdStarfish's Avatar
    This is as pointless as a fart app lol.

    No offence to the OP. Just saying. Now if you was to make a app, which auto closes a app down instead of running it in the background then you will be onto something.
    01-20-11 04:37 AM
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