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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by calibertto, Sep 24, 2010.

  1. calibertto

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    Hi everyone,

    I've just root my Desire using the unrevoked v3.21, and i intend to remove the bloatware like teeter, stock, talk and plurk once and for all.

    so i went to the market and download the root explorer and titanium backup.

    When i try to uninstall using the titanium backup, it freeze and reboot my phone, and the bloatware are still there.

    so i tried using root explorer to delete the apk and the odex in the system/app folder, but after i've deleted them, i reboot my phone and see they are still there.

    Is there any ways to remove the bloatware for good?

    I've search around and came across this "adb shell" that can be use to remove the bloatware. May i know how it works?

    Thanks!
     

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    When it froze did it go to a black screen with just a white triangle and a blue android mascot? Right now i'm frozen on that and I don't know how to get out.
     
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    Pulling the battery?
     
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