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Root Deleting Sprint Apps WITHOUT Rooting

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by JCP281, Nov 16, 2010.

  1. JCP281

    JCP281 Lurker
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    I have searched and searched but havnt seen this answered. Im am wanting to delete all the sprint apps without rooting(I dont think I can root my phone yet because I just bought it).

    I have read that Root Explorer can take the apps off, but I havnt seen anything definite about deleting the apps if im NOT rooted.

    Thanks for any help.
     

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  2. wrapkgb

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    No can do without root... if your phone has software version 3.29 you can root. If its 3.30 your gonna have to wait.
     
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  3. JCP281

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    Dang, thats what I figured. I checked my software version and I am in fact running 3.3

    Lame.
     
  4. wrapkgb

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    Sucks man... I'm sure it wont be too much longer till you'll be able to root!
     
  5. TBon350

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    Not entirely true.

    [TOOL][ROOT][GUIDE] HBoot 2.02 S-OFF - Updated - xda-developers

    Although it doesn't look like a one-click solution.

    Root explorer requires root unfortunately.
     
  6. wrapkgb

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    I thought the same thing but half the people who have tried to root using that method no longer have working cameras. So until that gets resolved I no longer point people in that direction.
     
  7. TBon350

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    Oh crap! I never read the rest of the thread since it didn't apply to me.
     
  8. Evo

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    Check the link again, looks like on page 52 the op says that he thinks they got it.
     
  9. HTCRALEIGHFAN

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    u cannot physically delete a unwanted app if u do u will not be able to update


    it will be best to freeze it! if u root


    sorry not gonna read the thread
     
  10. Mr. Ed

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    lol you prolly should....your post, though slightly correct information, really had no relevance here hahah
     
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