Root Bloatware help

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by icrazy2u, Sep 16, 2010.

  1. icrazy2u

    icrazy2u Well-Known Member
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    So I've seen a couple ways to remove bloatware, just wondering has anyone used the Titanium Backup way to remove the bloatware?
     

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  2. andrizoid

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    thats one of the easiest ways to do it.
     
  3. Roceskt

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    i did it that way, no problems here. took two minutes literally to remove the 7-8 apps i did not want on my phone. :)
     
  4. icrazy2u

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    May you tell me the ones that you removed. I'm scared I might delete one I need even though I already a nandroid backup.
     
  5. DroInc

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    Just downloaded Titanium Backup..... how does one use this method to get rid of bloatware?

    When I select an app from the list, lets say Amazon MP3, I get a box that pops up that gives me an option to un-install and then a bit under that an option to delete. Which one do I select?
     
  6. Terabethia

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  7. Terabethia

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    Uninstall.

    FYI... Amazon MP3 is the one app that Titanium seems to have a problem with removing, and it seems to be pretty 50-50 on it working. For instance, it wouldn't remove on mine but it removed on my fianc
     
  8. icrazy2u

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  11. icrazy2u

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    One last question, if I deleted a app that I needed and can't find it, couldn't I just recover the whole Rom using nandroid and have them again? I'm just going to delete the ones I don't want and hope I don't need them again.
     
  12. iowabowtech

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    Yes.
     
  13. icrazy2u

    icrazy2u Well-Known Member
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    Thanks.
     
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  15. DroInc

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    That link has one to many "http://'s" in front of it. here it is:

    Remove bloatware from HTC Droid Incredible 2.2 - Technology - Jonamerica.com
     
  16. SynisterWolf

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    If you don't want to delete you can just move them to a diffrent folder. I used root explorer just in case if I ever want to go back and use one.
     

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