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Support can i remove installed apps on an orange desire s

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  1. groggy

    groggy Well-Known Member
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    i got a desire s on orange today and it full of apps i dont want or need but i cant delete them the normal way or through an unistaller.
    is there any way round this apart from rooting as im not sure what im doing?
    i did a search but there was nothing specific to this phone so im hoping there is a way.
    cheers
     

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    To remove those applications you have definitely to root your phone, then you can uninstall the applications for example with Titanium, you can make system apps to user apps and then remove them.
     
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    does it void the warranty and is it easy?
     
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    that wont let me delete stuff like amazon mp3 and sims 3 though only the one i have installed myself :mad:
     
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    Yes it will void warranty, and if you dont do it correctly you may have problems, ranging from minor ones to turning your phone to a paperweight.
     
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    ok mate.
    probably best off leaving it for a while then as its a brand new phone.
     
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    I would recommend rooting to anyone. The roms are so much better and you can use all the services that your service provider is currently blocking. Legally.
     
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    but i dont want to void the warrenty on a brand new phone mate or i would
     
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