Sunday, October 17, 2010

Disabling of Droid 2 and Droid X phones

Verizon has been disable the function of uninstall on Droid 2 and X phones, preventing the user from remove the factory-installed Blockbuster app. But the wireless provider had, in fact, blocked users from removing those applications, recently that Verizon was reconsidering this put into practice.
Disabling of Droid 2 and Droid X phonesThe blockbuster application takes up a reasonably small proportion of the Droid 2's 16GB of built-in memory, and you can take out its shortcut from your home screen. But it's still irritating, to say the least, that any Droid 2 owner should be forced to total around an application not needed for the phone's essential functions and that they may never use. If you think I'm overreact, imagine how annoyed you'd be if, say, Dell or HP had disabled Windows 7's ability to remove some third-party apps that it had reinstalled on its computers.


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