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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by notaguru, Apr 16, 2011.

  1. notaguru

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    Rooted, GSB 2.8 (for the moment). Working perfectly, except that I often run out of memory and must shift apps to the SD card.

    I'd like to do what others apparently do - clean out unwanted things that HTC stuck into the phone on delivery. However, I haven't found a simple guide.

    Is there help out there that's simple enough for someone who is not a guru?

    Thanks!
     

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    With GSB, all of the htc and verizon bloatware has already been removed. I've found cache2cache to be the most helpful in making more room for apps. One thing you can do is move Google Maps updates and things like that from data/app to system/app. Also, from system/app, I always delete Rom Manger, the stock email (I only use gmail), and the file manager that comes with the ROM.

    Also, this thread was helpful to me when I ran stock rooted: http://androidforums.com/droid-x-all-things-root/129953-remove-bloatware.html
     
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    Seems that GSB covers it all. I'm getting used to the tinkering, but apparently can ignore the question of bloatware.

    Sure runs nice.

    Thanks!
     

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