Ill root the phone, would prefer to take my chances with that then suffer with all this garbage they are ramming down my throat that I will never, ever use.
Yes, count me in. If they hadn't wasted time with getting these
apps to work in ICS we'd probably have it already.
lancelot9201 wrote: Yes, count me in. If they hadn't wasted time with getting theseapps to work in ICS we'd probably have it already.
If all developers don't waste their time getting apps to work on ICS, we wouldn't have anything.
I think he was referring to the bloatware.
well even to the developers on XDA just trying to get the OS running on the hardware and nothing else they are having trouble getting everything to work.
Just because google releases it, that is only just a base to start with.
That would be like Microsoft releasing windows 8 with no drivers at all.
Takes time to get everything working correctly, let alone stably.
Yes, I meant "Bloatware". sorry about that.
I was in a hurry & didn't realize I had used
the wrong wording.
I agree, we dont need them all. We should be able to get rid of the ones we dont want.
It would be nice.
Here Here! Most are a complete waste of space.
PLEASE let me remove these apps that I have absolutely no use for..I mean whose phone is it anyway?
Yes! Please! Maybe the service will improve!
It is a monopoly by Tmobile. I should have a right to remove these applications. It is not only occupying space in my phone but also consuming from my data plan not to mention if you mistakenly push 411 you get charged $ 1.99 for the call. It is ridiculous.
bilocan wrote: It is a monopoly by Tmobile. I should have a right to remove these applications. It is not only occupying space in my phone but also consuming from my data plan not to mention if you mistakenly push 411 you get charged $ 1.99 for the call. It is ridiculous.
You've got the same with other carriers.
It is ridiculous. I understand T-mobile wants to offer applications that help customers as well as their own profits, however users should have the option to uninstall the app if they don't want it on their phone, like AT ALL.
Adding my name to this petition. I find it ridiculous that a company thinks it's okay to dictate what apps are on your phone by not permitting you to uninstall pre-installed applications that you don't want. From my perspective when I purchased the phone I purchased the right to determine which apps I want and don't want on the phone and no one has the right to make that decision for me, including Tmobile. I seriously doubt that this practice (installing unnecessary software on phones that can't be uninstalled) is legal, I don't see how it can be because Tmobile isn't the owner of the phones.. I think they've gotten away with his practice because no one has ever challenged it in a court of law.
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