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    I find staring at the AT&T apps on my phone to just be annoying since I know I will never used YPmobile and AT&T Navigator. Of course, it seems as though you can't delete them. It doesn't give you that option. Is there any way to do this with a doctor or something? Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DinahMarie View Post
    I find staring at the AT&T apps on my phone to just be annoying since I know I will never used YPmobile and AT&T Navigator. Of course, it seems as though you can't delete them. It doesn't give you that option. Is there any way to do this with a doctor or something? Thanks.
    This was posted in other threads/posts to remove stock apps one needs to use the command line (novaterm, wterm, wosqi, etc...).

    ipkg remove (module name)

    to list use ipkg list find the app you wish to remove...

    Fyi The apps are contained in the carrier.tar in the doctor, also ipkg will remove the files but not the directory structure, use rm -rf path to remove the directory...
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    I knew John Steffes was the guy to answer that one.
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