Originally Posted by elicec89
I have an HTC Droid Eris with Verizon. It came installed with several apps that not only do I not use, but that in some cases start automatically. These include Amazon MP3, Footprints, Google Talk, Teeter, and YouTube. I would like to uninstall them, but I am not given that option (like I am for third-party apps) when I go into "Manage applications" in Settings. Is there another way of removing them from my phone?
Sorry to burst your bubble, but there is, as far as I know, no way to remove any of the preinstalled apps. I had the same question when I first got my G1. The only way that I could do that is to root (jail break) my phone.