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    Hi,
    This might be a stupid question but im really paranoid. Can i remove the bbupdater after i have used to check my BL version? How?Also, i followed the directions word for word to disable/enable commcenter. If my phone is working like before, that means i did everything correctly? right?



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    do you have a reason to remove it?
    Why mess with it?
    "If its not broken, don't fix it!"

    you disable the commcenter so you can check the BL version!
    If you re-enabled it, there shouldn't be any problem!
    If you face any problems, then post here and someone will help you!

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    maybe you are confusing BBupdater with Bootloader, bbupdater is a command shell that modifis checks and programs the BOOTLOADER, so if you are not using bbupdater , yes you can remove it out of your filesystem

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    Quote Originally Posted by car__34 View Post
    maybe you are confusing BBupdater with Bootloader, bbupdater is a command shell that modifis checks and programs the BOOTLOADER, so if you are not using bbupdater , yes you can remove it out of your filesystem
    i just thought i'd remove it if dont need it..since we dont have unlock didnt want to keep unnecessary files on the phone..would i remove it using the same process..simply deleting it from the usr/bin folder using winscp.
    Thanks for your response
    Last edited by nassir; 12-10-2007 at 09:18 PM.

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    I think you have to have a rmfile, and rmdir in your usr/bin/ directory...
    those files allow you to remove files out of your phone.


 

 

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