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Root Removing the Voice Commands app

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by p_025, Dec 4, 2010.

  1. p_025

    p_025 Well-Known Member
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    So I finally got sick of the voice commands app interrupting whatever I was doing because I kept accidentally hitting the stupid button for it. I had just rooted my Devour and wanted to see what I could do. I looked in the "about" section of the voice commands app and saw it was a "vsuite" something or other. So I found it in Root Explorer and deleted it.

    Now whenever I hit the button, it force closes whatever app I have up. While I think this shows progress, this isn't necessarily better. Does anyone know how to shut up the Voice Commands thing properly? It's a feature I never use, my girlfriend never uses, and we both have trouble with accidentally hitting the button when trying to turn the volume down.
     

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  2. kookmasteraj

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    "If you are rooted you could rename the voicecommand.apk to "voicecommand.bak" and that should do it."

    Try that
     
  3. p_025

    p_025 Well-Known Member
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    I think you misunderstood me. I already removed it, now I have a small force closing problem. I'd hoped to make the button do nothing. Also it wasn't a "voicecommands.apk" is was something with "vsuite" in its name.

    Could perhaps replacing it with an app that does nothing work? In which case I need to know what exactly the app's path is since I *kind of* deleted it.

    by "kind of" I mean completely
     
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