Download the LG USB drivers from this link. Linux and OSX users don't need a driver (lucky you!).
How to install the LG USB and ADB USB drivers on Windows.
This is the part that I had the most problems with, but that's mainly because I read the instructions wrong! First, install the LG USB drivers from the link above.
Then, on the phone you need to enable USB debugging mode
Settings ---> Applications ---> Development ---> USB debugging (put a check mark here) Connect the phone to your PC with the USB cable.
In Windows, you should hear the beep on a connected device and the LG drivers should find it OK. In Windows, open up Device Manager and you should see 2 devices with yellow exclamation marks beside it and the description "LG USB Modem" (I'm going from memory here, so that may not be 100% accurate).
Right click on the 2nd one, click "Update driver software", click "Browse my computer for driver software" then click "Let me pick from a list..." You should see "Android Phone" listed. Double click this and you should see a list of 3 options. Click on "Android ADB Interface" and click "Next". You'll probably see an "Update driver warning" box, so just click "Yes" to install it anyway.
If you don't see 3 options, click "Have Disk..." and select the Android USB driver (android_winusb.inf) you downloaded earlier.
After all this, you should now be able to get ADB shell access to your Eve. To check you have access follow these steps: If you're on Windows, open a Command Prompt window but make sure you "Run as administrator" to get the privilegies needed. Linux users can use Terminal.
Navigate to your installed Android SDK (ie: "cd c:\SDK\tools\" if that's where you installed it). Now type "adb devices" to see if your Eve is detected. If it is, you're good to go on.
You're done. Stay in the ADB shell for the next part.
Enable deleting of pre-installed bookmarks
In ADB shell, type:
sqlite3 browser.db "update bookmarks set readonly=0;"
This will allow you to delete the Rogers bookmarks. Type "exit" in the ADB shell to return you to the Command Prompt.
Hopefully this should help out a few people that want to root and remove the Rogers apps. You may have problems with the Windows USB driver getting recognized as I do all the time. I have to keep re-installing the ADB driver for some reason, but it get's there eventually. Good luck!