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  1. vmrchitect

    vmrchitect Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Ok I have this weird thing going on and I need your help. Specifically, when ever I delete something using Root Explorer or Titanium B.U. it returns! No matter what I delete, it comes back even after I reboot. What is gong on? Is there a auto back up feature I am not aware of? Thanks
     

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  2. goodboy

    goodboy Well-Known Member

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    Have you tried other file explorers like Astro?
     
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    vmrchitect Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Yes but Astro, File manager etc cannot do root stuff. Can you tell me where to delete programs that are "system Apps"? I mean delete a program that is base installed? Thanks
     
  4. pastafarian

    pastafarian Pâtes avec votre foie Moderator

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    You are rooted, right? Also, in root explorer, you need to tap the R/W button to alter protected apps. I'm not up to snuff on Titanium.
     
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    vmrchitect Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    YEs rooted and I do the RW thing.. Where or what directory do I delete the stock apps from? Where are the programs installed? Thx
     
  6. Evoixmrftw

    Evoixmrftw Well-Known Member

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    Default apps can be found in /system/app. I probably don't need to remind you, but be careful what you delete in there!
     
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    pastafarian Pâtes avec votre foie Moderator

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    Better yet, move them to a dir in your sd card. That way you can always move one back (and fix its permissions) if you make a mistake.
     
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