I'm rooted. Saw a brief video on how to remove unwanted factory apps. I'm so damn retarded that I failed even after watching the video! The video showed this being done on a Tmobile G1. Maybe it's different on the Droid? I opened up Terminal Emulator and here is how my session went: $ su # mount -o rw.remount /system (enter) Usage: mount [-r] [-w] [-o options] [-t type] device directory # rm -r /system/app/Twitter.apk rm failed for /system/app/Twitter.apk, read-only file system I don't know anything about Linux, but I do know enough about windows that it appears the first line of the above statement is trying to make the file re-writeable (hence the rw) but it's failing. That's why line 2 can't remove (rm?) the app. So, can anyone correct me in my line 1 above? Thanks! I know, I need to pick up a linux book.