1. KeithF40's Avatar
    is there a way to edit the switch app screen on the 8830. thanks.
    04-20-08 12:46 AM
  2. BlitzedATL's Avatar
    Short answer. Nope.

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    04-20-08 12:49 AM
  3. KeithF40's Avatar
    Haha. The default choices arent that bad but would be nice to edit them.

    Know any places to get free games. Mainly looking for a good solitaire program.
    04-20-08 12:50 AM
  4. sunkast's Avatar
    I think you misunderstand the function of the switch app tool. The switch app tool is designed for you to easily switch from one open app to another.
    04-20-08 12:51 AM
  5. KeithF40's Avatar
    Oh so I guess that there are some apps that are open by default. Because when I turn the phone on there are already some apps in that menu.
    04-20-08 12:59 AM
  6. BlitzedATL's Avatar
    Yea. I know home screen and messages are 2 of the ones.

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    04-20-08 01:01 AM
  7. KeithF40's Avatar
    i got bb mess, messages, home, browser, call log.
    04-20-08 01:02 AM
  8. sunkast's Avatar
    By design, those 5 core apps can never be closed. Even if you select to close them, they will re-open.
    04-20-08 01:06 AM
  9. phenyx923's Avatar
    How come it shows some apps sometimes that are not open/barely used, and yet other apps that are being used regularly don't show up?

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    04-20-08 08:21 AM
  10. FF22's Avatar
    Just in case - you can change which five applications show on what I would call the main or home screen by moving your favorite apps up to the top of the second or more congested (g) screen.
    04-20-08 10:23 AM
  11. sunkast's Avatar
    How come it shows some apps sometimes that are not open/barely used, and yet other apps that are being used regularly don't show up?

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    You also are misunderstanding what the tool does. It will only show apps that are currently open. I don't know any other way to explain it other than you can use it to switch from one currently open app, to another.
    04-20-08 11:57 AM
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