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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by sc2dave, Dec 24, 2011.

  1. sc2dave

    sc2dave Member
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    bluetooth share,appstorecertificate installer,com.android.hiddenmenu.com.samsung.inputeventapp,devicemanager,dun,google partner setup.mail@metro,Metropcs easy wifi.

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  2. SpawnHyuuga

    SpawnHyuuga Well-Known Member

    You may remove Mail@Metro and MetroPCS Easy WiFi, delete the other things and you may as well kiss your phone goodbye. In other words, DO NOT.
  3. yahhboy

    yahhboy Android Expert

    No to apps store certificates, Google partner setup, device manager,and hiddenmenu, Bluetooth share is a bt sketchy anyone else know about that one? Inputevent apps is part of the calendar so if you get rid of it your calendar wont work.
    The last two mail@ metro and easy wifi you can delete :)
  4. sc2dave

    sc2dave Member
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    so this won't affect my wifi and/or internet access?
  5. yahhboy

    yahhboy Android Expert

    Nope you can still connect to wifi :)
  6. Tokenpoke

    Tokenpoke Android Expert

    Only metro mail, not the rest, freezing them almost bricked me just now.
  7. gelige

    gelige Well-Known Member

    You can delete easy wifi.

    As similar, and better program from market is called wifi manager by Kostya vasilyev
  8. sc2dave

    sc2dave Member
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    do i have to d/l something else first,or can i delete this and still be able to use wifi?
  9. SpawnHyuuga

    SpawnHyuuga Well-Known Member

    WiFi is built into the phone code. Metro's app just tries harder to keep you connected to known public hotspots.
  10. DreamRaider

    DreamRaider Member

    Only really most of the metro apps you can remove safely tbh. Btw are you dave from wc3, nwu/dota, clan glry?
  11. sc2dave

    sc2dave Member
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  12. sc2dave

    sc2dave Member
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    Will this start to work automatically, or do i have to manually run it?
  13. sc2dave

    sc2dave Member
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  14. Chris2388

    Chris2388 Newbie

    It means to be honest
  15. Country Dad

    Country Dad Well-Known Member

    I have took so much shit off my phone, the trick is, that have a full back up for it. I didnt save anything when I started this, but I have everything save on my laptop, if I remove something I need, I just go back and send it to the phone, set it up in the right location, Restart and its back. Of course I have not figured this all out on my own. I give a huge thanks to TokenPoke, He is the man, also alot of trial by error. Do not remove something if you do not know how to re-install it, Also get rid of the metro internet, get dolphin, works better, also if you want to know how to get rid of the Hello, Hello, Hello, let me know. Thanks
  16. Tokenpoke

    Tokenpoke Android Expert

    Oh... check out claystone launcher ;)

    And idk if I mentioned this but you don't need a wifi managing app. They actually suck battery too...
    Just use the power control widget to turn wifi off when not in use. Your phone automatically alerts you to open networks. No app necessary.

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