I want to get rid of some of the applications that came with the phone because I cannot install the applications that I will actually use. The phone is a Gravity Smart.
The only way to get rid of the apps that came with the phone is to root or install a
custom rom on your phone.
As gramps said, the only way to remove pre-installed apps is to root your phone. Once the phone is rooted, T-Mobile does not support it, and your warranty is no longer valid.
What is rooted mean? Can I find out over at the store if I have it installed which I never had it in the first place and I have tried to install it and it tells me I need more memory or some type of card? I have already been paying for it that was never there for the last seven months. I see it in apps and it says uninstallled, I went ahead and trashed it because the phone custormer service representatives couldn't help me and we were cut off every single time, therefore I have no service in my home. I was and have been cut off all the time only at home. The only times I used it is when I am 1/2 mile away from my house, then I don't have access to my computer because I am DEAF. I read "the conversations" on the computer with WebCaptel. So I am wondering how do I know if it's pre-installed apps and why have I been paying for something I never had and both the store employees and phone customer service representatives don't want to help me "fix the problem." I do have a warranty, but I see that I've been taken advantage by T-Mobile all this time.
Mad & Ungrateful
Rooting is when you put a custom rom on your phone.
Here's a wiki link that will help explain the process.
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