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Old January 14th, 2012, 03:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is it possible to remove Motoblur from a defy+? If it is, how would I go about it? Ive just bought a defy+ and as there are no roms out for it yet, I will make do with removing the annoying Motoblur if possible. Thanks in advance guys

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You have to install a cooked ROM, like CyanogenMod or a custom firmware.
My advice is to install a cooked ROM. You can learn how to do that at forums.xda-developers.com
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The Motorola DEFY+ is a follow-up to the original phone that Motorola dubbed "life proof". A rugged mid-range contender that can stand up to a beating, the DEFY+ looks to build on those same values with a bit more beef inside. You'll ... Read More

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