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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by rtm0004, Oct 27, 2010.

  1. rtm0004

    rtm0004 Well-Known Member
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    I turned on Chuck Norris mode the other day and *poof* bloatware disappeared.

    But now it's back. I checked, and chuck norris mode is still on. So I turned it off, then turned it back on. Nothing.

    Any ideas?
     



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  2. dscribe

    dscribe Android Expert

    I'm not sure I'm understanding. Chuck Norris mode is not supposed to make bloatware just disappear automatically. You are supposed to turn it on and then use Titanium to uninstall programs (bloatware) that you would not otherwise be able to uninstall.
     
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  3. rtm0004

    rtm0004 Well-Known Member
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    interesting, well it did go away for a short time

    I tried freezing them before but it made my phone act 'funny', rebooting and just random instability so I unfroze everything

    that sorta makes me hesitant to try again
     
  4. Terabethia

    Terabethia Android Expert

    Since you're rooted and you have Titanium, just use it to remove the bloatware you don't want...
     
  5. bobthebob

    bobthebob Newbie

    I'm having a strange issue - I've been using TP for about 6 weeks with no problems. then all of a sudden today I go to open it up and... it's missing!

    App Manager says it's installed - Android Market says it's installed, but it's gone! and even the shortcut icon I put in a folder on my home screen is gone!

    WTF?!?

    anyone else ever had this problem?

    I'm running a rooted Droid X with OTA Froyo.
     
  6. wayrad

    wayrad Android Expert

    If freezing an app causes problems, removing said app entirely would definitely not be a good idea...
     

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