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This should clear it all out for you. There isn't a way to delete them one by one, but you can delete all of them at once.
Unfortunately if you only want to delete a few select ones, there just isn't an option for it.
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Thats very odd, but it seems your system apps may have been locked down, let me see if I can find another way for you to clear the data. I will post again as soon as I find something.
Ok, this is a direct quote/statement from a Google Developer about the problem you have, and his solution:
"Hi folks, You are correct. Currently, if you've downloaded Google Maps from Market and want to clear things like history you'll need to uninstall the app and reinstall it again.
We've definitely heard you on this issue so thanks for your patience while we investigate this.
So there we go, thats why you couldn't do it as we could before. The app was updated and this happened, you can expect it to be fixed in an upcoming release/update but for now you will need to uninstall and reinstall the app via the Android Market.
OK- I found "google maps" under "downloaded" and followed the directions in your first answer, but can't find Navigation app anywhere- under downloaded, all, media area, or running. I tried throwing it in the trash and then bringing it back to my home page, but it's an app I didn't have to download, it came on my phone already. Ideas?
The Navigate app isn't actually its own app. Its a part of Google Maps. If you were to uninstall Google Maps you would also uninstall Navigate, and the same goes with installing it. Google Maps installed, also gives you Navigate.
So your best option is uninstalling Google Maps through the Market and then install it again.