If I could sit down with the execs and voice one concern, bloatware is not the battle I'd choose to fight.
It's more about control over your phone than bloatware. So implicit in saying "fight for what you believe in" is a willingness to make a pretty lousy compromise before the first shot is even fired. LOL
On my PC, I have the option to clean install Windows. If they gave the option to clean install Android, we wouldn't have this problem.
That's why you can't compare phones to PC's.
Well it it dont bother you that much than cool. But it is bugging the heck out of me..I am waiting for my email so I can join the motorola forum..... I am am wound up and am going ahead. In the end you are correct I probably will root my phone and have the option to remove it later. But this is not just for root users in fact their are a lot of members on our forum who dont want to root and dont want bloatware. In the end no matter what happens I can say I did what I could.
Great topic, we may be a small portion of all android users, but the rule of thumb in big business is for every 1 complaint there are 100,000 more people with the same complaint who aren't willing to call and voice it. Moto knows this. 150 complaints on the same day on the same thing is like 15 million complaints.
Kind of, I think you get my point, although my numbers are clearly made up, save the lectures.
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