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I have just got the Galaxy S and am pretty impressed with it, however i have noticed that there are a lot of apps on there that i have zero need for, these are ones that are pre-installed, for example there is a demo version of Sims and a mini diary, both of them are taking up memory that i would like to use more effectively

Is there anyway that i can remove them?

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I have just got the Galaxy S and am pretty impressed with it, however i have noticed that there are a lot of apps on there that i have zero need for, these are ones that are pre-installed, for example there is a demo version of Sims and a mini diary, both of them are taking up memory that i would like to use more effectively

Is there anyway that i can remove them?

Thanks


read my post here

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I have just got the Galaxy S and am pretty impressed with it, however i have noticed that there are a lot of apps on there that i have zero need for, these are ones that are pre-installed, for example there is a demo version of Sims and a mini diary, both of them are taking up memory that i would like to use more effectively

Is there anyway that i can remove them?

Thanks


If you root the phone, go and install Titanium Backup from the marketplace. with that application, you can z
freeze boatware applications and when you want, unfreeze them.

By freezing you aren't removing the files, only making them invisible to the system.

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