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Rooted WFS Best way to remove bloat

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Davdi, Aug 20, 2012.

  1. Davdi

    Davdi Android Expert
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    It's a rooted WFS A510e. Would I be better off removing the Carrier's bloatware and other stuff I don't want via Titanium Backup. Is it as simple as backing up the lot, then deleting what I don't want from the backup, and restoring?

    Or, which is the most functional ROM to use (I need reliable WiFi, & bluetooth connectivity and Music/Video playback. Oh, I need the phone to make/receive calls & texts! Basically full functionality without the bloat.
     



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  2. Caro332

    Caro332 Android Expert

    Titanium backup is actually in my opinion the best. Backup the whole thing and delete whatever you don't want. And if by any chance you remove something you were not supposed to, you can restore it.
     
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  3. senthamil

    senthamil Well-Known Member

    Tigger31337 has just released WildChild 3 ROM yesterday. If you want full functionality you can try with it.

    [ROM] ★ WildChild v3.0 ★ [August 21st] - xda-developers
     
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  4. Caro332

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  5. senthamil

    senthamil Well-Known Member

    No, I didn't try.
    But I read that it has many more features....
     
  6. Caro332

    Caro332 Android Expert

    Tried the Deodexed one. But removed it as there was not enough internal memory for me (Even with Link2SD!!!) as I have some 30+ apps and one of them is roughly 30MB. If I'm not wrong the odexed one should have more memory.
     
  7. Davdi

    Davdi Android Expert
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    Just installed WildChild3(Odex), phone feels faster, ALL features work. Very happy.

    Can anyone advise which governor is best? and what benefits/differences there are. Currently running default one.
     

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