I got my LG Lucid a few days ago and one of the first things I noticed were the unnecessary apps that came preinstalled. I looked up how to remove those unnecessary apps and everything went fine and dandy. I had backed them up to my SD card so I could restore them. My problems arose when my SD card was having issues with reading and writing. I have been trying to find a way to fix it for the past couple days and the first thing I tried was a hard reset. That just made things worse, as now every time I reboot it resets it again and I lose all my personal data. I figure putting those apps that I removed back would make it stop resetting every time I reboot, but I have no idea where I could get them. The files I pulled out of the root/system/apps/ are appsetupwizard.apk Kindle.apk LGolf3.apk LGSetupWizard.apk PlantsVsZombies.apk VZNavigator.apk WeatherWidget.apk WhatsNew.apk I believe those are all of them, although I was only able to comprise this list by comparing my existing .odex files to the .apk files I had and finding those .odex files that didn't have a .apk to go with it. Today is only my fifth day having the phone, and it is my first android phone, so if any of my assumptions are incorrect please let me know.