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  1. ashley82303

    ashley82303 Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Okay, so I rooted my phone and my husbands phone about 2 months ago. We LOVE it.. now I'm having a major blonde (no offense) moment.. I can't figure out how to remove apps we don't want.. I've read the tutorials on how to remove apps thru command prompt and nothing I try seems to make it communicate it w/the phone.. can someone dumb it down for me?

    I feel SO lost.. thanks in advance

    maybe there's an app I can download instead? LOL Things we are wanting gone are:

    amazon MP3, some car thing, chrome to phone, etc..
     

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  2. Kelmar

    Kelmar Done by choice VIP Member

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    I personally feel the easiest way is to use "Root Explorer" from the market.

    Open the app, go to system/app, change R/O to R/W and delete what you don't want.
     
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    ashley82303 Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    ok thanks I'll try that..
     
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    Kelmar Done by choice VIP Member

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    Just be VERY careful. As always, you can mess things up VERY quickly if you accidentally delete the wrong thing.

    If you aren't sure what it does, don't touch it :)
     
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    ashley82303 Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks! Worked like a charm, sooo much easier than hacking into the phone yet again :)
     
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    ck4794 Well-Known Member

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    another option is a program on the market called titanium backup. it has the uninstaller feature, and also can back up all your apps and system settings. it can do so individually or in batches. i've gotten a lot of good use out of it.
     
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