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    Getting rid of excess AT&T service books?

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    I noticed there are a lot of service books for AT&T mall, AT& music etc., for stuff that I'm never going to use. Is there a way to get rid of that crap permanently? If I delete the service books, will that get rid of it until I have to resend service books because of another issue one day? Or will they just come back next time I restart my blackberry?

    Only had a blackberry 1 week, so I don't know very much about how the service book deal works, and it kind of baffles me that you can't get rid of stuff that you're never going to use. Although I can certainly understand AT&T not wanting you to get rid of their $$$ add-ons.

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    You can certainly delete the service books and that will solve the problem, but only temporarily. Each time you resend service books or bounce your device, they'll be back.

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    No way to delete them permanently. Just temporarily as Rogro suggested until your next resend of service books.

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    Why would att EVER let you remove support for their dollar generating, lackluster crap. Lol.

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    Sadly, no. I just hid them.

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    Cool, thanks for the replies guys. Ya, I didn't think there was a way to do exactly what I wanted to do. I did hide them as well. But I just like having my device as lean and mean as possible. The first thing I do when I buy (or did before I went mac) a new computer is delete all the trial software bs and hp/compaq/acer/whoever computer management/monitoring software. No biggie though. Thanks again!

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