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Remove this junk

Miembro

How can I remove all the stupid apps I don't want?  My phone is loaded with stuff I don't want but will not let me remove like NSF Shift, Let's Golf2, NFL Mobile.  Come on man!  This is BS!  My phone is 70% full of junk.

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Líder Sénior

If your phone has ICS, you should be able to disable them.

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non removable preisntalled apps have been part of Android phones for years now. This isn't new. Anyways as tiki said you can disable them but you can't remove them.

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Sr. Member

I agree with you. The bloatware is unbearable. However, there isn't a thing we can do about it. It is undeletable. This argument goes back to the very first Android Smart Phone. 

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Sr. Member

I should have added, all the servers, AT&T, Sprint, etc. have bloatware on their phones, so jumping from Verizon to, say, Sprint is like jumping from one puddle to the next.

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I would suggest offering a version of the phone without bloatware for $20 more but people would gripe about that so it's pointless.

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Sr. Member

Not all the bloatware comes from Verizon. Yes, they have quite a few bloatware apps, but Motorola added some, and don't forget about the Google bloatware. So, you can't just blame Verizon.

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Novice

there are way to remove the junk that verizon puts on thephone.  google is your friend

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I didn't blame anyone. I'm saying if a bloatware free phone was offered at a slightly higher price those customers that can't stand bloatware would complain about having to pay extra for such a phone.

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and you void your warranty and most people are not that technical so they stand a good chance at bricking their phones in the process and like I said with a voided warranty they'll be stuck having to buy a new phone at full price. Sounds like a plan. NOT.

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