Originally Posted by Oregon2
Nope just Gmail, my bad didn't realize you checked other emails. I just transferred all my contacts to Gmail and and have switched all things to that email as well to keep things in one email account. I like simple and quick plus that's what I thought the whole android thing was all about. No need for the backup assistant anymore. I know you had already gotten rid of it but i hadn't and importing my contacts to gmail gives me the backup I need.
I uninstalled both the car modes now as well. I have a list of other things that i would like to uninstall as well. I have had these frozen for a while now with no problems.
Voice Dialer (don't use it plus it works like crap)
TTS Service (don't care to have a robot woman read to me)
Pico TTS 1.0
InnoPath ActiveCare 1.0 (I know you've uninstalled it but what does it do, and do we have to update if something new comes out. I'd rather just keep mine how it is instead of updating.)
I don't know if it helps a ton moving them to sd. It just frees up more internal memory.
InnopathActivecare is the program used to check for and deliver phone OS updates. You will not get updates without it.....the updates on this phone, as I understand it, were farmed out to Innopath instead of coming directly from Verizon. I left it removed, and will re-install if an update actually comes out....am sure I will read about it here.
I seriously doubt updates will be often with this obscure device.
I think you will find that removing Talk will cause some problems.
I don;t recall the exact problems, but I had to rreinstall in after removing it on my Droid-1......some Google-apps stopped working I think.
Give it a try....it can't hurt anything to try.
I dumped the car modes as well.
I don't understand why your boot speed is so greatly improved.
Our setups are fairly similar.