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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by rnj79, Jul 29, 2010.

  1. rnj79

    rnj79 Active Member
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    Alright, got my Captive rooted & enabled side loading. I have not messed with any ROMs yet though... probably for the best for now, right? I wanted to root so I could get all AT&T's crap off my phone but don't know what to do.

    I will gladly take any advice or suggestions.
     

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  2. ronaldramsayii

    ronaldramsayii Well-Known Member
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    The easiest way to remove AT&T stuff is by dloading "Root Explorer." You can go into system/apps/ folder and delete all of the AT&T "crapware". After that restart your phone and everything should be gone. You may want to back up the AT&T stuff just in case you may want some stuff back.....maybe. I use root explorer. You can even add ringtones to your phone, and actually put it on your phone like it comes preinstalled. I have my blackberry notifications on here lol.
     
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  3. rnj79

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    Thank you. I ended up figuring it out last night. I used Titanium Backup, which was much easier than I thought it would be.
     
  4. blackhemi

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    i dont know if i missed something, but with titanium backup, i see where i can schedule a back up, is there a way to just say back up now. I dont like to schedule them.
     
  5. rnj79

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    IDK. The only thing I did with Titanium was delete bloatware. I didn't make a backup. Backing up wasn't a big deal to me. If I need to put the AT&T apps back on, I can find their APKs.
     
  6. Karl_Tx

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    Just dl'd titanium backup and it says I need to check unknown developer in my applications settings.....I don't have that tick off box. Also....how did you use it to remove the bloatware? Thanks:)
     
  7. fxstsb

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    How do you get Root Explorer without a Google Checkout account? I have no problem paying but I don't want to authorize Google. All I want to do is allow 3rd party apps. Super user will see the settings.db but wants a chmod. I cannot copy the file or rename it. So maybe I am just a light weight.
    How can I get Root Explorer with Paypal or ?
     

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