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Removal could vary depending on the phone you are using and the version of android you have, and which screen the icons are on.
If the icons have been added to the home screen, on my S4 just press and hold the icon that you want to remove (just a couple of seconds), then drag the icon to the bin at the top of the screen.
If you want to prevent icons being added to the home screen when you install new apps, goto the google play store on your phone, and click on 'Play Store' at the top of the screen. Then goto 'Settings' and untick 'Add icon to Home screen'. Any new installs will be in you applications folder but will not be added to the home screen.
Place your cell phone face-down, remove the back cover, remove the battery from its compartment and set it aside.
Remove the Phillips-head screws securing the back panel of the phone. This portion of disassembly varies from phone to phone. Some cell phones require that you pry off the back panel with a thin plastic object such as a guitar pick or credit card. Remove the back panel and set it aside.
Remove the circuit board. This part of the disassembly process varies from cell phone to cell phone. Most cell phones require that you remove the screws securing the circuit board in place. After the screws are removed, you may be able to completely remove the circuit board, but many phone require that you disconnect one or several ribbon cables connecting the circuit board to the keypad, LCD screen and camera. Lift the circuit board out of the phone and set it aside.
Remove the now-exposed LCD screen. You may need to remove a few small Phillips-head screws. Lift the LCD screen out of the cell phone casing and set it aside.
Follow this procedure in reverse to install the new LCD screen into your cell phone and re-assemble the cell phone casing.
You could try, but getting the intake out of the way usually helps. I don't know how many studs they have there, But I know you won't be able to move either the head or the intake either direction to slide it out. So, you might as well take it off. Hope this helps.
its the symbol for the 3g signal to turn it off go into menu then to settings, scroll across to connectivity then to mobile networks and then to gsm/3g network and select gsm only, it should then go away