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Thread: Has anyone actually had a problem deleting programs?

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    Has anyone actually had a problem deleting programs?

    Just curious if anyone has actually had any issues after deleting (not renaming) things like corporate calendar, EMail, CarDock or any other apps they absolutely never use...
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    Nope, deleted with no problems here. BB 0.7.5 is running smooth as glass. What issues are you seeing?
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    Nothing, just was wondering if I start getting close to my memory limit, deleting things like the above that come with the phone might free up some space. I'm a long way away I think, but just curious.
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    I do remember there was talk of problems when users first rooted then updated.
    IIRC the update choked when trying to update apps that were no longer there...
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