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Topic # 86228 4-Jul-2011 11:35
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Dear All 
My GT I 9000T i bought in australia has to many apps for telstra
i asked telecom here to load there softwear , say cannot do it
Call samsung : Called Samsung said phone was purchased in Australia
they wont support it   this is crap    
does any know who could load softwear that allows me
just to have android Apps Please ????????????
happy to pay !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Steve 

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  Reply # 489097 4-Jul-2011 11:52
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You can easy enough bin them by press-holding the icon and dragging to the trash. (from main screen - shortcuts) or menu button - edit in the applications view and clicking them with the minus sign active

But to completely fizz them you will need to break warranty and apply a stock ROM onto the unit.

See the I9000 thread for guys that activly do this.

Chances are it will be locked to them too, does it actually work here with the various sims? This is the reason I got mine from australia as an unlocked unit (optus supplied, non customised)

Sure, still no 2.3 update. But its more or less stock



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 489101 4-Jul-2011 12:02
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Greetings
thanks for that tried as you suggested to delete them but they  reappear

  i have iphone 3 g  but love my 9000 better  is just nuisance  
cant delete the icons  
am i doing something wrong to delete them

Steve 

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