I know this is obvious but ... ***Please proceed at your own risk*** I am new to this (less than a week) and I removed everything with root explorer (and it was so simple). You can get it from the market. I would recommend it if you are not used to linux commands. It was well worth the two dollars for me. The main thing to know is r/w (read/write) vs. r/o (read only). It is just as it says - r/o will only let you read files, while r/w will let you read AND write files (which includes move and delete). Your phone needs to be rooted for this to work! After all, we are in the "All things root section". Here's what I did: remove sd card from phone and use pc to create new folder on sd card - "deleted" or you can use Astro to do this put sd card back in phone open root explorer It works like windows - the apps are in system>app find the app you want to remove (start with bejeweled) make sure the top text says "Mounted as r/w" (press the grey rectangle if it doesn't) long press the app and select "move" select menu>home now go to sd card>deleted instead of system>app you will see "paste" on the bottom - press it repeat as necessary I did it this way because I wanted to maintain copies. You could just delete rather than move. You can also remove any .odex files of the same name. Please do a search if you want to know which apps to remove or what their names are. I hope this helps!