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How to delete a third party application from your BlackBerry Curve 8300, 8310, 8320 or 8330.

1. Under Settings > Options, select Advanced Options.

2. Select Applications.

3. Highlight the application you wish to delete.

4. Press the Menu key.

5. Select Delete.

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“BlackBerry Curve: Delete Third-party Application”
  1. shaunna kunz
    October 25th, 2009  at  9:54 pm

    How do u change the color on the track ball of the blkberry curve?? And was told u can change the background color for texting and other things. How do u do that

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