Uninstall Sprint Apps?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by aptmx, Nov 1, 2009.

  1. aptmx

    aptmx Well-Known Member
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    Hello,

    How do you uninstall the apps from sprint? I did not see an easy way to do this under applications in settings? A lot of these apps I do not want, but certain ones do not want to uninstall. Any ideas?

    Thanks
     

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  2. pdragon

    pdragon Well-Known Member
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    There is currently no way to do so. HTC said that was actually unintended and they are working on a way to allow them to be removed.
     
  3. Groovehog

    Groovehog Member
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    Also, as soon as someone figures out a way to root this phone it won't be a problem either.
     
  4. apollomaker

    apollomaker Well-Known Member
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    Retired EE, High Tech Marketing
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    Howdy All --- applications downloaded from MARKET can be uninstalled.

    Tap: Settings --> Applications --> Manage Applications

    The application list comes up, but you will find that only apps you downloaded from MARKET and maybe some apps you loaded on your own (*.apk files) can be removed. As noted, I am sure we will see this issue fixed in the upcoming release(s).

    Cheers -- :D
     
  5. SDscorch

    SDscorch Well-Known Member
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    oh wow - that's really cool

    where did you hear about that??
     
  6. imb951

    imb951 Well-Known Member
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    I really want to get rid of quite a few stock apps. Nascar and nfl and amazon mp3
     
  7. SDscorch

    SDscorch Well-Known Member
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    i would keep nfl and amazon



    never really had an interest in nascar
     
  8. deviouskoopa

    deviouskoopa Active Member
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    i can't wait until they allow this...
     
  9. Archon810

    Archon810 Well-Known Member
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    Yes, yes you can. People really do overuse this phrase a lot.
     
  10. deryn

    deryn Well-Known Member
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    fantastic hahaha
     
  11. frcwrx

    frcwrx New Member
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    amazon, peeps, youtube and stocks could all be removed without me ever looking back and asking myself why i would have ever done that. this from an eris user. great phone, but can live without the above listed apps.
     
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