I've got a Samsung Galaxy S, with Android 2.3.3, unrooted. I've got a mobile internet subscription, so I can browse the web everywhere, at EDGE speeds I think. I've disabled my WiFi, but I can still browse the internet/download apps. I'm pretty sure it's because of my mobile internet thingy, which costs a lot. How do I turn that off? I've got JuiceDefender btw, maybe that'll help? Next to my connection rating there's an E-with-up-down-arrows symbol, what's that? What does it represent? How can I uninstall apps, particularly the apps that are in the factory reset phone? Things like Mini Diary, Memo, Samsung apps, Voice Dialer, .... (Will try Titanium Backup, tnx) Is there some way to give me an AZERTY keyboard, with the English UK language? (Working on it) How can I create folders in the applications section? I really like the iOS take on this, with little symbols that show which apps are in that folder. (Working on it) Where can I find the Google Calendar app? Best music player? (Working on it) How can I install .apk files on my phone? I've downloaded some full paid apps for free, with my PC. They are in the .apk form, which I think are the .exe files for Android ? (Astro File Manager doesn't show my .apk files, same with 'appinstaller', they just won't show it. I've placed them in the root of my microSD card in a folder called 'apk', but just won't show the contents of that folder.) Thanks for any answers you can give me, I've already learned a ton here.