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Old March 11th, 2013, 08:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry Root successful!!! NOW WHAT!!!!

does n e one know how and what to delete on the avatior to make it use less RAM. I know alot of the crap they put on it from the factory uses ALOT of the RAM... can n e one please help?????!!!!! ive been googling myself to death!!!! please help me before i pull out the lil bit of hair i have......LOL PLEASE!!!!

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Hi Ted Welcome to the forums and congrats on rooting.

I moved your thread to the All Things Root forum for you.

I've looked some but can't find a list of what you can delete. I would suggest getting Titanium Backup from the Play Store. You can use it to freeze apps to see if there will be any problem before you delete. I wouldn't touch anything that says Google.

Make sure you do a nandroid backup in recovery before you start. If you get in trouble later you can restore it.
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