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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2' started by nemisis9, Dec 19, 2010.

  1. nemisis9
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    Is there ne way to get rid of the factory installed apps without rooting..

    Sent from my DROID2
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    Root is required as they are system apps and, without rooting, permission is denied to system files. Rooting is a breeze though so, if you choose to go that route, I'd be happy to help! :)

    DroidForums junkie!!
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    You can't get rid of them, but you can hide them with "LauncherPro".
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    doesnt rooting void warranty?
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    We'll say "yes" for the sake of saving an argument.
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    Yes it voids your warranty but 90% of the time there's a way to unroot if you have to return it.

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