Blackberry: Removing applications/Setting Permissions

   Posted November 21, 2006 by Jimmy Selix in Blackberry

This is another quickie blackberry recipe that will show how to remove applications from your blackberry and also how you can resetup permissions for applications (i know i’ve deny’d access to applications and realized i needed them to have those permissions!).


Removing Applications:
On your blackberry, go to Options > Advanced Options > Applications.

Scroll through the list and highlight the one you want to remove.
Click on it, choose Delete.
It will ask you if you are sure, choose Delete. It may ask you to reset your device after removing the program

Changing Permissions on Applications
On your blackberry, go to Options > Advanced Options > Applications.

Scrolll through the list and highlight the application whose permissions we want to modify.
Click on it, choose Edit Permissions.
This will let you modify the Connections, Interactions, and User Data permissions. Click on the expand option for each to show all of the subcategories of permissions.

Also, you can also edit your Default Permissions too if you want from here too, just click on any application in the list and choose Edit Default Permissions. These permissions are used whenever you install a new application, also you can apply these permissions to all of your current applications if you need to.

 

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