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  1. markdmac

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    Anyone know of a way to remove the Amazon MP3 Store application from an Eris? I have root access thanks to Universal 1 Click, but I don't see a way to remove this application. It keeps starting itself and I don't ever use it. While I do use apps on my phone I don't even play music on it.

    Using AndExplorer I can navigate to my App folder and see that I can reinstall by clicking on the Amazommp3.apk file, but it won't let me delete that file and there is no uninstall option.
     

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    If you have Titanium Backup installed then you can use that to remove any app. Just click on the app and 'uninstall'.
     
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    Oh that is awesome. Worked great, thanks!
     
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    you can always use DroidExplorer as well. Makes doing phone edits pretty easy also. via PC.
     
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    This.


    Or, you can use the Terminal Emulator app to run scripts that will remove apps and do a whole lot more.

    TI Backup is the easiest way, though.
     
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    Yep, TI makes it super easy.
     

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