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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Ferret, Jun 24, 2010.

  1. Ferret

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    Hey, Group...
    Okay...i've got almost everything streamlined for DE03...but i keep seeing two Apps that always reload in Advanced Task Manager:
    com.samsung.internal, and
    System Updates
    First question...since I'm not using Sprint's version of software, do I *need* either of these?
    And, if *not*...what are the names of the files, so i can rip 'em out?

    Thanks in advance!
     

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  2. dntesinfrno

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    Im fairly certain that com.samsung.internal is a critical OS process and the system updater causes the phone to work improperly when rm'ed. I used this guide for removing bloat, its the most thorough i've seen.

    Ultimate Guide to Removing Apk's and Odex's and Replacement Application Options

    I've rm'ed 95% of anything thats listed as safe with the expection of the bluetooth stuff and nfl live which im considering dumping as well. My only issue is the market force closes everytime i download something, havent figured out what is causing it....any ideas?

    P.S. If u havent already be warned your phone will go nuts if you delete the keyboard without having another installed, learned that one the hard way.
     
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    I narrowed down last night two apps that were causing my FC errors

    UserDictionaryProvider.apk and
    GoogleCheckin.apk
     

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