Hello, Since I've had my Droid I have forwarded my school email address to my gmail address so that it pops up on my phone. A couple weeks ago, my school email system took on Google Apps and my school email became a gmail address on its own. Now, I have two gmail accounts and I would like to remove the original one (since it takes longer to forward the phone). When I tried to do so it said that I have to reset the phone to "factory defaults" by going to Settings and then Privacy. When I went to do such a thing it gave me the following message: This will erase all data from your phone, including: -Your Google Account -System and application data and settings -Downloaded applications It will not erase: -Current system software and bundled applications -SD card files, such as music or photos I guess what I'm asking is, will resetting the phone to "factory defaults" erase all the apps I got off the market? What is the difference between downloaded and bundled apps?