I'm wondering whether I'll be able to remove facebook, twitter etc. from the phone since I will never use them. They'll probably get in the way, and seeing them and knowing that I can't get rid of them will irritate me greatly.
The phone isn't released yet, but it's going to use S40 so my question should be answer-able.
29-10-2011 16:48 - edited 29-10-2011 16:49
Is there a place where I could complain about it? I don't think it should be too hard to allow users to remove applications.
Anyway, you would be surprised how much it's going to annoy me if the phone has dedicated physical or nonphysical keys that I don't need or want to see in important easy to reach places.
I've been on the lookout for a new phone for years now (still using Nokia 2255), and this phone might be it.
I was more or less stating my personal stance towards android phones. There are multiple reasons why I wouldn't use an android phone, and most of them are fundamental reasons which manufacturers have no part in. Even if someone made an android phone with perfect out of the box functionality, which I'm seeking btw, it would still fail in the user experience department.
I need menu's. Having trivial things such as the calculator etc. on the main page feels wrong. They need to be categorized properly like Nokia has done, and all of them have to exist on the phone the first time I need them, otherwise the phone will be fighting against me.
Another huge issue is that I don't want to combine entertainment with phones. A phone is like a swiss army knife. A multi-purpose tool with the primary purpose of helping you get things done. Draining the battery life or doing something that might make the device more unreliable is something I don't want to do.
I'm mainly just trying to make the situation easier to understand. Even though I didn't warm up to the ideas, I appreciate the replies you've given me.
its ok you can remove the Unwanted App from (Nokia 303) :
- open the app that you want to delete
- close it
- press the( Backspace X) from the keyboard