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Old April 20th, 2012, 09:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Rooted phone - no longer need root

I rooted the Nexus S when I first got it. I used the root method that did not unlock the bootloader. I got the upgrade to ICS, and since ICS froze the stuff I didn't want, I no longer need Titanium Backup on the Nexus. However, I did freeze some apps like messenger that wouldn't let me use Chomp or Go.

Can I uninstall TB and what will happen if I do?

If that root method with not unlocking the bootloader would be updated, I would root again. I'm content with the standard ROM.

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