Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Rafael, Sep 5, 2011.
Now I wish I could get rid of the Verizon links in the browsr menu.
The silent boot file was maintained by the 2.3.3 update.
FWIW....the modified Browser database remained as well.
No need to do this again if you get the 2.3.3 update.
Does deleting "[Bookmarks] Browser 2.3.3" remove this database file?
Don't know. Never tried it.
that removes the stock browser. everything works fine after you do that, except some apps actually require the stock browser - google voice search.
This link does not work anymore.
I tried deleting everything in the database but the bookmarks repopulated themselves, ideas?
Try again but clear cache and data first?
I remember doing this. if you read the tables, the reason they are 'on the top' is that Verizon has set the visit count to something like 10000000. if you use a sql tool you can do something to the effect of update tablex set veiwcount = '0';
thats what I did when I was pissed about those 'bookmarks'.
These methods wouldn't work for me, possibly just a flaw in my execution. I found another thread where I just downloaded an app (bookmark manager) and it was able to delete them, easier lol.