01-16-2009 5:58 AM
01-16-2009 8:06 AM
01-16-2009 2:47 PM
01-19-2009 12:52 AM
I'm sure its a hidden code to unlock and delete these.
You are probably on to your own answer there.
Might be worth buying or finding the unlock code for the phone then trying to delete them.
01-25-2009 8:26 AM
01-27-2009 5:16 PM
01-29-2009 4:46 AM
I just got a Tundra and have the same issue. Quite frankly, I'm pis_ed that they would do this! They already put enough junk on the phones to begin with and now they forcing us keep these "contacts" that I will NEVER use.
As Vampredator has said above, if you are familiar with modding or doing seem edits, you can probably remove these contacts from your phone. However, doing so will also void your warranty, so make sure that you really can't just live with them before doing a removal.
02-04-2009 2:59 AM
02-04-2009 1:24 PM
06-26-2009 2:59 PM
Hello all. Looks like this is an issue w/a lot of co's. As to the contact issue, you can't delete or rename them. Secondly, I tried creating a contact list & dumping them in there but not only are they there in the contact list but also individually. So unless I am doing something wrong, neither method works.
07-07-2009 12:29 AM
I the consumer and many others I see think that its should be the consumers choice to add names and and phone numbers to a phone that we purchased. Also if we so choose we should be able to delete the unwanted ring tones and wallpapers and game demos. An idea is that they should be on the motorola or the carriers website and should be added with free downloads if wanted. I hear the tundra can do firmware upgrades this is a could way ATT could solve this problem and it would be greatly appreciated.
07-07-2009 10:15 AM
09-01-2009 3:28 PM
also having the same frustrating problem. went to the att.com web site, to the contact us page, and called 1-800-331-0500 to report this as a customer complaint and sent email with the same complaint.
and am now trying to decide whether i return the phone or not...