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Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: An island of reality in an ocean of diarrhea.
If you're running FroYo, I'm assuming that means you have root? Unless Big Red pushed out an OTA.. but I'm going to assume you have root, otherwise you're screwed 8D
So again, rooted phone: download Terminal Emulator from the market, and in it, type these commands (hit enter after each line)
Now look through that list for what will probably be named Twitter.apk. Take note of its exact name, then
rm (whatever the exact name is).apk
And that should
get rid of it. There may be extra steps to get rid of its entire footprint, but that will at least remove the app from your device.
Nexus S on T-Mobile, upgrading to the new Nexus as soon as it's on T-Mobile.
This is why you should proof-read, as pointed out by Binary100100:
There are so many Cocks for WM.