Remove apps from the Motorola Droid X if you don’t intend to ever use them again. It’s quite easy to go on a download spree and end up with more apps than you need. We will show you how to uninstall apps you’ve installed as well as pre-installed apps from the device like Blockbuster or Need For Speed. Doing these steps regularly keeps the device free from unnecessary items and makes things easier to find. It also can make a tremendous difference in the performance of the device.
1. From the Home screen, press Menu.
2. Tap Settings.
3. Tap Applications.
4. Tap Manage applications.
5. Select the app you wish to delete.
6. Select Uninstall.
7. Tap the OK button to confirm your selection.
Remove Pre-installed Apps
If you just can’t stand having pre-installed “bloat-ware” apps on your Droid X, there’s a way to remove them, but it is a little complicated for the average user. First, you will have to gain root access on the device. After rooting, you still won’t be able to remove pre-installed apps using the method listed above. Instead, it requires a third-party app like System app Freezer & Remover or Titanium Backup. Both can be downloaded and installed from the Android Market. Be sure not to remove anything critical though. You can seriously damage your device if you remove the wrong thing.
That covers the two main ways to remove apps from Droid X. Please leave any experiences you have in the comments section below.