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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by johnrigu, Sep 12, 2011.

  1. johnrigu

    johnrigu Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    How do I dolt.
     



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  2. bbtkd

    bbtkd Newbie

    First of all you must root, then there are a number of apps such as Titanium that will do it.
     
  3. OutOfPhase

    OutOfPhase Premium Member

    You can't unless you are rooted.
     
  4. johnrigu

    johnrigu Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    WHAT??? that's bull$hit. You mean I have to look at the blockbuster app all the time. I hate communism.
     
  5. DanDroide

    DanDroide Android Enthusiast

    I believe that the SGS2 lets you create a folder in the programs. Than programs can be moved into folders. You could than move all the bloatware to 1 folder.

    It would be nice if we could do that on the Bionic.
     
  6. HotDawg

    HotDawg Android Enthusiast

    You can. You can create folders in the app drawer.I have one aptly named "Bloat" so I don't have to look at it.
    And one called "everyday" for the stuff I do.
    And, not communism, free market. :)
     
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  7. DanDroide

    DanDroide Android Enthusiast

    Can someone tell me HOW to do it PLEASE? :)
     
  8. Tosa90

    Tosa90 Well-Known Member

    Open your app drawer and click the little icon in the top left. Select the option to make a new app group.
     
  9. DanDroide

    DanDroide Android Enthusiast


    Worked like a charm. I went from 5 pages of apps to 2.

    Thanks buddy!
     
  10. bbtkd

    bbtkd Newbie

    Communism? This is capitalism!
     
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  11. HotDawg

    HotDawg Android Enthusiast

    Good! Dont be afraid to just poke around and try things, too.
     
  12. thevaliantx

    thevaliantx Member

    I had to chuckle when I read that comment. At 3am, with little sleep and on pain medication, things can get weird. Anyway, I read, at a quick glance:

    Open drawer.
    Click the little icon at the top. :D
     
  13. HotDawg

    HotDawg Android Enthusiast

    valiant - no icon clicking here - family forum. ;)
     
  14. tehsusenoh

    tehsusenoh Android Expert

    I would have said that, but you already did.

    I would, personally, root, then install either AntTek App Manager (free) or Titanium PRO (not free to freeze), and just freeze the apps and make them GO AWAY.

    Or, do what I did, and just get GO Launcher EX, and hide the apps from the tray.
     
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  15. d6racer

    d6racer Newbie

    It is great that you can create a folder, but it still sucks that you have to root the phone basically voiding your warranty to get rid of apps that take up valuable space on the phone.

    I didn't have any immediate plans to root the phone the phone as having a free wifi hot spot was the only thing I really cared about and it was not that big of a deal. However, now, I will be looking in to it and if something bad happens, the phone will just have to magically disappear.
     
  16. Lee Majors

    Lee Majors Newbie

    Can a rooted phone be un-rooted?........and is it correct that once rooted that you will not receive software updates?
     
  17. p8ntballah21

    p8ntballah21 Android Enthusiast


    Thats incorrect, you will still recieve updates if your rooted, however you do not want to accept them, most likely they will break root, the updates usally get patched by devs soon after release so that they wont break root.


    And yes, phones can be un rooted.
     
  18. Lars

    Lars Android Expert

    And for god's sake don't DELETE the bloat! DELETE the wrong file and you've bricked it. Rename or Freeze it.
     

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