1. o2bnclemson's Avatar
    My phone was brand new - back in November! - so now it's antiquated (Droid Eris) and space is running low on internal memory because apps are getting geared more for the higher powered phones. As a result, I'd like to get rid of some of the many stock apps that I don't use, but I've been unable to do so. I've tried with Astro and through the Applications Manager and no joy on either.

    Any tips?

    Also, I've noticed with my ATK that I have dozens of apps that, for no real reason, load up when I start up (like Amazon MP3???). Is there a way, other than just using ATK, to control which ones start up when the phone starts up?
    08-14-2010 01:07 PM
  2. Groucho's Avatar
    Stock aps cannot be removed unless you Root. There are numerous threads on this topic. Try the search function.
    08-14-2010 01:46 PM
  3. simulator's Avatar
    But you can hide them with Launcher Pro.
    08-14-2010 04:36 PM
  4. posguy99's Avatar
    space is running low on internal memory because apps are getting geared more for the higher powered phones. As a result, I'd like to get rid of some of the many stock apps that I don't use...
    That's as may be, but removing system applications won't do anything for your space issue. They're not stored in the same filesystem as user applications are.
    08-14-2010 05:46 PM
  5. rpk717's Avatar
    I find it very funny that the BallCoach is giving a Clemson fan advise. Anybody else see the irony here?
    08-14-2010 08:41 PM
  6. o2bnclemson's Avatar
    I find it very funny that the BallCoach is giving a Clemson fan advise. Anybody else see the irony here?
    I noticed that, but I'm not sure that he's the OLD BallCoach - I think he's just a BallCoach. Besides, we Clemson fans have a somewhat different name for the Ol' Ball Coach!
    08-14-2010 11:44 PM
  7. bjordan's Avatar
    But you can hide them with Launcher Pro.
    This is a great feature but its not going to help him with his space issues.
    08-15-2010 09:30 AM
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