With both App World and the BBGeeks Superstore on my BlackBerry device, I blow through a lot of applications. Whether it’s something I’m trying for personal use, or an application we’re featuring on BBGeeks. I tend to uninstall plenty of applications. App World makes this nice and easy, allowing you to do it right from the My World section of the storefront. When I uninstall an app from App World, I tend to archive it rather than fully uninstalling. That way I can get it back quickly if need be. With some free apps, though, I go right for the uninstall. Problem is, the uninstalled apps still show up in My World. Thankfully, you can remove those icons pretty easily. The process couldn’t be easier. Once you have App World running and are in My World, hold down ALT and press the letters RST. Seriously, that’s it. App World will automatically exit. When you restart it, you won’t see any more of those uninstalled apps in My World. You can then go and fill it up with all new apps that you’ll eventually re-install. At least I will. Storm users have a bit different of a process to do this. When in My World hold the device in landscape mode and press the menu key. Then select show keyboard. You’ll hold down the !?123 button on the lower left corner for three seconds. Once you see the 123 indicator in the top right corner, press 34( . Apparently this will not work for a 9550 running OS 184.108.40.2067. I’m not sure why, but that’s what I’m reading. Via BerryReview.
Remove uninstalled apps from BlackBerry App World
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