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as mentioned in the following thread http://forums.pinstack.com/f64/game_...rogers-116612/ Rogers have pushed games to their customers' BBs. ... General Blackberry forum

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    how do you uninstall apps that don't appear in any aps list?

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    as mentioned in the following thread

    http://forums.pinstack.com/f64/game_...rogers-116612/

    Rogers have pushed games to their customers' BBs. Unfortunately, the games don't show up in the options > advanced >applications list. they also don't show up in the applications list in DM.

    so the question is...how do I get rid of them??

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    Only advice I have is to delete the service books for them. This is only temporary becuase once you restart your phone or push your service books they'll be back. Personally tmo pushes buncha demos to my phone I just hide them go to optionsn advanced options, service books to delete.

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    That is the only way so far!

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    Yep. Stuff that's pushed to your phone gets re-pushed every time you reboot. It can be annoying but it's part of your "service" from your carrier.
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    Also, they are usually just launchers giving you the option to install the app/game when you click them, not the actual app/game themselves. That's why they don't show up in applications lists. The launchers do not take up much memory, but they are a nuisance...stuffing them in a folder then hiding the folder is the way to go.
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    ok, that is a relief.

    I did notice that when I launched them all it did was open a browser. if the APP is not there, then I guess it is no issue to just hide the icon.

    man oh man this is annoying.

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