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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Vasichko, Oct 7, 2010.

  1. Vasichko

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    Im trying to get rid of as much stuff as possible that i wont use.

    cant find the pacakges for:

    emergency
    navigation
    news
    nfs shift
    voice command
    3g hotspot

    also can i remove messaging and still have my email and text work fine? thanks.
     

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    Get titanium backup...it lists all the apps just as they are listed in your app list
     
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    1. Cmas.apk
    2. Com.vznavigator.droidx.apk
    3. Newswidget.apk
    4. ?
    5. Voicecommand.apk
    6. Mynet.apk

    Renaming or deleting voicecommands.apk will result in a force close loop. Just pull the battery to power down the phone, restart and it won't happen again.
     
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    You don't even have to be rooted to uninstall NFS Shift, I did that before I was rooted so you should be fine on that one.
     

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