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  1. ariaT

    ariaT New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I keep seeing the ATT Navigator pop up in my Advanced Task Killer, without my having opened the App. This also seems to happen with a few other things, such as the FM Radio, YouTune, and so on.

    2 Questions -

    Will this cause me to incur a ATT Navigator fee on my bill? I have friends that have Backflips, and one of them accidentally opened the Navigator and it charged them. They've had the hardest time getting them to get it off.

    2nd, can I keep them from running themselves? Or is it just an Android quirk? New to the OS ( Ditched the iPhone!!)

    Hope this hasn't been covered already. Any input would be appreciated!

    Thanks!
     

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  2. Graceflanger

    Graceflanger Well-Known Member

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    If you opened it, check your account and remove the charge if its on there. Use any of the pre-installed programs like Maps, Navigation, or Navigator. I think they only way a program can run is if you actually start it, so just don't click it. I removed all the pre-installed ATT apps from my home screen so I can't see them.
     
  3. kartwright49

    kartwright49 New Member

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    AT&T Navigator is also always running on mine. I kill it over and over, but it keeps starting itself. I also just ditched my iPhone for this. Can we reinstall the OS without the AT&T apps included?

    My phone is also going through data like mad. In the chart on AT&Ts website about data usage, the most I used in the past six months with my iPhone was 90 MB. In just three days on my Aria I have used nearly 30 MB. I am wondering if this is at all connected to the AT&T Navigator app? I downgraded to the 200 MB plan since 90 MB was my record and now I'm really getting scared.
     
  4. arcticXpanda

    arcticXpanda Active Member

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    This (taken from the htc aria useful links sticky) is a custom rom without the att apps. You first need to root it (not tough). If you need to know more just check out the sticky. Hope it helps!

    ROM: Liberated_Aria (beta) - xda-developers
     

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