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Support Anyway to delete apps like Amazon, etc?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by nicolas, Nov 21, 2008.

  1. nicolas

    nicolas Member
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    Is there anyway to delete apps I know I'll never use that came preinstalled? I'll never use the Amazon mp3 shop :thinking:
     

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  2. STORM3333

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    Omg ditto!
     
  3. HTC

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  4. sluggerjd

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    simple guide... go to setting, applications, manage applications then delete your unwanted apps.
     
  5. Mi|enko

    Mi|enko Well-Known Member
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    If I'm not mistaken, you can't do that with the preinstalled stuff.
     
  6. HTC

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    wrong.


    word.
     
  7. ericsscion

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    i think if you use the Bender file app and navigate to the file you might be able to delete it from there. I haven't tried it with pre-installed apps, but thats the way I uninstalled a file i couldn't remove otherwise.
     
  8. nicolas

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    This is like getting a AOL pre installed on your computer and not being able to remove it. There has to be a way!
     
  9. ridli

    ridli New Member
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    i cant remember but for delete Amazon mp3 you need to delete a file named com.amazon.....apk in /data/app/
     
  10. Fenrir121

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    ...which is impossible to navigate to on the phone (with ASTRO) because you don't have the proper privledges to mess with /data/app. Any other ideas?
     
  11. Downgrade to RC29 this will give you root access and will allow you to delete the apps...
     
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