How can I delete some apps that come with Droid X?

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    I want to delete some apps that come with Droid X such as 3G Mobile Hotspot, blockbuster, City ID, DLNA, Media Share, Voice Mail (<-I don't need this to check my voice mail, don't i? It charges $2.99 :(

    And later, if I decided to have them back again, is it possible? I think I just go to Market and download them again, right?

    Thank you for your help!!
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    You will more than likely have to wait for root to be able to delete stock apps from the OS.
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    ChugIT is right those apps are most likley the same as the amazon mp3 app on the droid 1 and that cant be removed with out rootdancedroidthis is why a phone that makes root hard or not possible SUCK
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    If you go to your settings/applications/show all you should be able to uninstall from there. If you can't then I'm afraid it's like ChugIt.

    BTW the way of getting to your applications is how I do it on the Droid. I'm thinking because it's the same OS it's either the same or close to how I describe.
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    why don't you post in the X forums and you'll find out.
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    ohhhh okaayyyy.... that sucks.

    Thank you guys!
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    Ops! I didn't noticed that I was at Droid Incredible Forum.. Sorry!
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    its ok, there are a lot of new X owners that probably have answers or are wondering the same thing.
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    using Z4root and titanium backup worked flawlessly, thanks for all the info
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    The blockbuster, Madden apps are getting on my nerves

    Is there a way to subscribe to a thread without replying to it, I didn't see one.
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    ^^ Thread Tools ^^
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    wow, thanks
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    I really think I'm want to root using this method. It looks very easy. The question I have is how anoying will it be when Honeycomb comes out? If I root and remove the bloatware is it going to a problem and or difficult to update to honeycomb once the OTA comes around.
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    You don't have to remove it, you can simply freeze it.

    From a D2.
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