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  1. d1reyad

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    so i flash the new fresh 3.2 rom and it remove some of the sprint stock app is their any way to remove app like peep,flicker and some other app it wont let me uninstall it any way to do this?
     

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    Titanium Backup from the market
     
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    Fresh Kitchen 3.0, currently available to donors only, public release coming soon.
     
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    yea just give a donation and you can get it instantly , so how to use Titanium Backupto remove these app is their a thread on this?
     
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    Start Titanium, tap the Backup/Restore tab.
    Tap Click to edit filters.
    Clear the text box.
    Type Peep (or whatever), tap Apply.
    Back it up, then tap Un-install.
     
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    ive used this in the past. most of the apps i dont want, fresh already removes. i found it over on xda a month or so ago on someone else's ROM release. this is not mine, i do not take credit.

    remember to do a nandroid before flashing this


    View attachment 10472
     
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    I use titanium as well, but since i am a donor, i will try fresh kitchen
     
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    if you're fully rooted you can do it with ADB (which you have already if you aren't lazy)

    There have been threads about doing this since this subforum started.
     
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    i have downloaded fresh kitchen, but will not have time to mess with it till next week, but seems pretty straightforward, will keep posted as to how it works.


    p.s. if you like fresh's stuff donating is worth it
     
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    C:\android-sdk-windows\tools>adb devices
    List of devices attached
    HT05FHL00377 device


    C:\android-sdk-windows\tools>adb reboot recovry

    one in recovery:
    C:\android-sdk-windows\tools>adb shell
    # mount /dev/block/mtdblock4 /system
    # cd /system/app
    # ls

    then pick the apk you want to remove
    example: Flickr.apk

    to remove:
    # rm Flickr.apk

    ALWAYS do a nand backup before removing apks in adb.
     
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    Thanks for typing that out. I'm lazy (and at work so I can't actually run these commands to make it easier to lay it out like that)
     
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    ^^no problem!^^
     
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    Even better, open Titanium, tap menu. tap batch. Scroll down and tap "Un-install all user & system apps". VERY IMPORTANT TAP DESELECT ALL!!!. Tap only the apps you need to un-install. Un-installing certain apps will ruin your phone.
     
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    Root explorer from the market will let you do this pretty easily. But it costs a little money.
     
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