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Old August 7th, 2012, 01:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default List of bloatware files or apps I can delete?

Ive got rid of a few obvious apps I dont need. I just dont want to delete something important Any actual lists of there for the Rezound?

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There are a few all over the place. You'll have to do some searching. Look over on XDA. A quick search came up with this thread:

Comprehensive Rezound apk List [Updated: 4/25/2012] - xda-developers
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Old August 7th, 2012, 09:34 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I find that I don't need to remove them anymore. In the manage apps section you can disable them. Works the same as freezing them. They no longer show in apps list and no longer run until enabled again. Works for me.
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Old August 8th, 2012, 10:33 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Yeah, with ICS, you can disable apps without being root even. I think that is essentially what Titanium Backup is doing when it "freezes" apps. The one advantage of doing it through Titanium Backup is that you can set up filters to freeze/defrost multiple apps at once. So for example, I have a filter set up for any packages that have the words "verizon" or "HTC" in them that I can quickly review what needs to be frozen.

The big ones to freeze, in my opinion, are My Verizon, Backup Assistant, Tell HTC, Verizon Media Manager. These tend to run in the background a lot if you don't freeze them.

Then if you don't use them, you may want to consider freezing HTC apps like Car Panel, Footprints, Friendstream, Twitter trends widget, Stocks app and widget, etc.

Polaris Office, Need for Speed, Let's Golf are also good apps to freeze. Google Talk, if you don't use it.
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Tell HTC would not let me disable it. S had to use mybackup pro to freeze it.
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