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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by TheFictioneer, Dec 18, 2012.

  1. TheFictioneer

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    So i am ready to root this thing. Should i do a standard root or root/flash cyanogenmod 10? As of now i havent done anything. My goal is to remove bloatware and overclock...also want ps3 controller working. I have a rooted ics phone but i dont do anything crazy. Just like the ability to control everything! & also want it to run as smooth as possible. Any advice is appreciated.
     

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    Used that method, can't figure out how to do more than delete the updates to bloatware, and, of course, next time you boot it'll try to update them again. Am I missing a step?
     
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    You need an app like titanium backup or android tuner to freeze the app.
     
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    I use an app called no bloat free which allows you to freeze, blacklist, or remove system apps outright.

    Most apps recommend you first freeze an app - to make sure there are no adverse effects to the tablet, you can then remove if you need additional memory space

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    +1 on Titanium
     
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    I have rooted a phone before but rooting an updated galaxy tab2 scares me. Since it is completely updated which rooting method should I use especially since its on jb 4.2.2. I saw this youtube video and i was considering it but I need someone else input How To - Root Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7" + Add CWM - Easy! - YouTube

    if someone can guide me or look at the video and indicate if it would be okay to use then I will go ahead and root my tab. Only thing reason I want to root it for is to use my six axis controller app that I currently have on my rooted LG phone

    :D:):eek::smokingsomb:
     
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    I just rooted my wife's, installed CWM, and CM10.1 with no issues using the same method. Follow those directions and you won't have any issues.
     

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