The whole situation with Carrier IQ has gotten carriers and handset manufacturers denying the software’s existence left and right. RIM has also been denying that they install Carrier IQ’s software on their phones but admitted that carriers could have installed the software after receiving phone shipments from RIM, but the good news is that RIM is now teaching Blackberry owners how to remove the software from their phones if they chose to.
Luckily for Blackberry owners, the process of removal of Carrier IQ’s software on Blackberry devices appears rather straightforward, similar to that of removing your run of the mill third party applications. If you’d like a breakdown on Carrier IQ and what it actually does before removing it, head on down to MobileBurn, but if you’ve already made up your mind regardless what Carrier IQ’s explanation is, you will be able to find removal instructions from RIM’s website.
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