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blackberry-curve

If you are deleting multiple items on your BlackBerry Curve series smartphone, it can get irritating when you have to confirm the deletion on everything you try to delete. Here’s how to disable the Confirm Delete prompt.

1. Open an application.

2. Press Menu.

3. Select Options.

4. Select General Options.

5. Change the Confirm Delete to No.

6. Press Menu.

7. Select Save.

This should turn the prompt off.

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“BlackBerry Curve: Turn Off Delete Confirmation Prompt”
  1. john
    May 12th, 2010  at  9:59 pm

    I would like to remove twitter from my bb8330. An icon appered on my apps page. I have never twittered before and I really don’t want to start. Can you help me get rid of it?

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