This is a list of pre-installed apps (crapware, bloatware, junk...) on the LG Optimus V (LG VM670). These apps are not part of the "standard" Android 2.2.1 software stack and were added to the phone by Virgin Mobile or LG. In a standard, off-the-shelf phone, these applications can not be uninstalled. (In Settings>Applications>Manage Applications the "Uninstall" button is dark grey and does not respond to a finger press.) In order to uninstall these apps, you must first "root" the phone. However, these apps are (according to this post) stored in the system partition of the memory, not the user accessible memory partition, so even if you did delete these apps, that would not increase the available user accessible memory. (So, if you are getting a low memory warning, removing these apps won't help.) Because these apps are loaded in the system partition, you can not move these apps to the SD card. irha73 points out in a reply below that if you do want to keep/use these apps and have a rooted phone, uninstalling the pre-installed apps from the system partition, then re-installing them via the Android Market will put the apps in the user partition, enabling you to move the apps to the SD card after installation. Pre-installed apps clutter up the main applications menu and the widgets menu. Where, for example, has seven widgets that I'll never use listed in the widgets menu and I have to scroll through them every time I get near the end of that menu. If I could uninstall Where, I wouldn't have to deal with that. __520 KB Activate (aka SSA in Settings>Applications>Manage Applications) ____4 KB airG Chat (not really an app, just a URL shortcut) __220 KB Downloads _____ __ My Account (not really an app, just a URL shortcut) _1.67 MB Poynt _1.00 MB SCVNGR _5.93 MB Twidroyd ___28 KB Virgin Mobile Live _1.48 MB Where 10.83 MB Total I'm not an expert and therefore could be in error on some point. If this initial post does contain factual errors, please post a reply and I'll amend the above.