Motorola Droid X :: Remove Bloatware

Jul 22, 2010

Ill make this quick since i have to run out the door

get your hands on root manager apk

install>launch> APP REMOVER>choose APPS> find bloatware.


launch root manager>APP REMOVER>DATA>remove bloatware.

REBOOT when youre done.

Motorola Droid X :: Remove bloatware

Motorola Droid :: Remove Bloatware From Froyo

Aug 28, 2010

When I originally rooted my phone (I had 2.1 at the time), I was able to remove all the bloatware i didnt want by going into Root Explorer and changing each application's file extension from .apk to .bak.

Now, with Froyo, I tried to do the same thing, but the only apps that show up in /data/app are the ones that I have installed off the market.

Am I looking in the correct directory? How do I go about removing all this crap in Froyo?

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Motorola Droid X :: Rooted - Remove Bloatware

Jul 24, 2010

Just got my new Droid X. It's freakin' sweet Already rooted it but I have a question. How do you install apps that require root? Also, I heard with root it's possible to delete the bloatware that comes with Droids? How can I do that?

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Motorola Droid X : Looking For Some Info From Pros / Remove Bloatware After Root

Oct 1, 2010

i would like ot root my X so i can get rid of bloatware, and maybe increase my battery life, change fots etc. i had a couple questions, adn i cant seem to find a straight answer. could you call help me? here a goes.

what is the Easiest way for me to root my X? so i have to install a recovery first? How do i remove the bloatware after i root?

where is is there a list of Great working ROMS for my rooted X? is there a Stock Rom on here somewhere ot DL also? so i can have a clean slate. i read that my X bootloader is locked. what does that prevent me from doing?

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Samsung Captivate :: Tool - Droid Explorer - Remove AT&T Bloatware W/Ease

Sep 27, 2010

Droid Explorer
Check This Tool Out I Found! Android is Getting Convenient

Droid Explorer is a tool to manage your rooted android device with the simplicity of Windows Explorer. You can browse every file on your Android device, much like the infamous app "Root Explorer" does. I think this is very much so a handy tool for those that are in need of removing some the bloatware that comes preintalled. Some of you may even want to add stuff, like Google Maps and so on. Try it out!!

I highly recommend standalone for Windows users.....

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Sep 15, 2010

Does anyone have a list of whats safe to remove from a sprint htc evo?

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Jun 3, 2010

I'm new to android and the whole rooting process. After I root my Evo how do I remove the bloatware sprint includes.

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HTC Desire HD :: Remove Bloatware

Nov 27, 2010

Want rid of lots of the crap on the DHD, twitter apps ETC. how do i go about it?

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HTC Incredible :: Cant Remove Bloatware

Sep 5, 2010

I am running rooted incredible with 2.x radio, and virtuous' 2.2 ROM. Its working... well, kinda slow... In fact, its lagging (? unhappy face )

I am new to rooting, just started messing with it yesterday. I followed JONAMERICA's site to rooting, reflashing to stock with S-OFF, and going with the manual radio and rom update.

Then, to delete apps I followed his instruction as well, but whenever I type in command prompt "cdsd ools" it says directory not found...

I want to remove voice dialer, news, google search, gmail, and friend stream. I know that Virtuous has a EZcustomizer, but it doesnt remove these apps that I want off.

Also, any ideas as to why its working so slow? Like... it lags when i go from screen to screen, loading apps take a bit longer than when I was on 2.1 last night... once again, slightly unhappy face...

I followed everything else to the letter...

Heres a link to his site, if anyone doesnt know what I'm talking about...Remove bloatware from HTC Droid Incredible 2.2 - Technology -

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HTC Incredible :: How To Remove Bloatware?

Sep 16, 2010

So I've seen a couple ways to remove bloatware, just wondering has anyone used the Titanium Backup way to remove the bloatware?

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HTC Incredible : Way To Remove Bloatware?

Oct 5, 2010

So I finally rooted my phone the other night. Already did a nandroid backup and a Titanium backup. Just installed SetCPU and now its time to remove my bloatware.I have found MANY different ways to remove it posted online, can someone please recommend a simple easy (fool-proof) way for me to remove them? I am not stupid, but I am definitely not technologically inclined - so step by step instructions (or a link to step by step instructions).

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Motorola Milestone :: Remove Bloatware From Milestone

Sep 25, 2010

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Samsung Fascinate :: Remove Bloatware

Sep 27, 2010

I've down the root script and have the 'superuser' app installed. I know how to use ADB, but I keep getting permission denied when I do 'adb shell su'.

How do I remove these buggers! I also tried ASTRO explorer, still denied.

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Sprint HTC Hero :: Remove Bloatware

May 8, 2010

I rooted my phone last night following the guide and the help of a wonderful forum member and it went smoothly. I'm still on 1.5 and will stay here awhile 'till I get the nerve again to do a 2.1. I need to get used to the fact that I did just root my phone.

With all that said I have root explorer on my phone. I was going to use the list of safe apps that can be removed and I was going to cut and paste them into a backup directory in case I do something wrong. Does this sound safe and cautious? Or I was thinking about using Fresh Kitchen but I think I have to have that Rom on my phone and I don't want to go there yet. I would appreciate any suggestions on the safest way and easiest way to get rid of those apps.

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HTC Desire :: Remove Bloatware From Rooted

Sep 24, 2010

I've just root my Desire using the unrevoked v3.21, and i intend to remove the bloatware like teeter, stock, talk and plurk once and for all. so i went to the market and download the root explorer and titanium backup. When i try to uninstall using the titanium backup, it freeze and reboot my phone, and the bloatware are still there. so i tried using root explorer to delete the apk and the odex in the system/app folder, but after i've deleted them, i reboot my phone and see they are still there. Is there any ways to remove the bloatware for good? I've search around and came across this "adb shell" that can be use to remove the bloatware. May i know how it works?

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Jun 9, 2010

how to remove the bloatware in 2.1? I tried doing it the way we had done it earlier and it's not working.

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Samsung Vibrant :: Which Apps - Bloatware - To Remove

Aug 15, 2010

I rooted my phone, installed lagfix, and removed some bloatware from the phone via Titanium. The phone was stupid fast after doing this, almost everything loaded up instantly. However I started to notice some things weren't functioning properly. Apps on the marketplace would not download, I would try to download Launcher Pro and nothing would happen, nothing downloaded. Tried this with other apps, same thing. I rebooted the phone and noticed upon reboot that a force close/app error happened, not sure which app it was but it had google in it. I have no idea what app it could have been since I only removed apps if I knew what they were like Slacker, Kindle, Sims etc. Maybe removing the Sims caused the error?

I also noticed that emails wouldn't send (or would take a long time) even when I was on wifi. And the XDA app wouldn't work. I would go to make a post, click the text input box, but it wouldn't let me move the text cursor. I would press the keyboard and nothing happened.

I removed a crap ton of apps but they weren't anything major. I also removed the samsung widgets since I would never use those. Guess I should have asked on the forums before removing so much stuff.

Which apps are okay to remove? Any ideas on which app could have caused the market to mess up?

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Apr 17, 2010

Can apk's be removed from the stock CL-14 zip BEFORE reflashing. Maybe that's a way to remove Sprint bloatware? Anyone?

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Apr 12, 2010

Read the tutorial on removing the unwanted sprint apps and thought everything went fine. Could not see the apps I removed in my menu but I'm not showing any improvement in internal memery. Did I do something wrong?

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I am running android 4.0.3 on a Samsung galaxy s2 from vodafone and will like to have a light firmware. What processes or apps can I remove without affecting the way the phone functions (i.e. google partner setup). Is it possible to create a program to remove all unwanted processes without flashing a new ROM.

I'll also like to increase the connectivity speed to HSPA+.

Addition of new information.

I came across this article on XDA's main page and thought I share it. It is self explanatory and I think it should work on any version.

Broadway's thread: [URL]...
Article on XDA: [URL]....

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Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 :: Rogers Bloatware - What To Remove

Nov 14, 2010

I tried searching here and over on the xda forums and havent been able to find an answer. i rooted 2.1 and wanna remove all the crap on the phone that isnt needed. clearly i dont wanna start guessing because we all know how well that goes. so can someone share a link with me of programs i can get rid of safely?

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My hero definitely seems slower for some reason after rooting and removing some of the common sprint apps (footprints, nascar, stocks, etc). I didn't remove anything critical.

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Jun 3, 2012

I'm trying to create a custom rom but without building it from the base up.

I want to take a stock rom and add modification ( launchers, themes, remove bloatware, ect) all those things. I just want to know how to add those thing with a stock rom.

Just how to compile all those files together?

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Motorola Droid X :: Way To Uninstall Bloatware?

Jul 16, 2010

Really enjoying the new Droid X so far (my first smartphone), but I'm trying to figure out how to get rid of all this horrible bloatware. I cannot even see the apps to uninstall through the settings on the phone, and trying to uninstall them through appbrain just gives an uninstall error. Anyone know if it's possible to remove them?

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Motorola Droid X :: Useless Bloatware With No Way Of Removing It?

Oct 5, 2010

I have been a big fan of android since I heard about it a few years ago and when my carrier finally got a android phone I jumped at it. The day the Motorola droid came out I bought it. The Motorola Droid is a great device and I am really happy with it. Fast forward last week I bought a Droid X for my girl friend and at first we both thought it was an amazing device. But after using it some more I noticed all the CRAP that comes with the phone.(she will never use skype and all the other junk) I am mad at google for letting companys like Motorola add all this useless crap on a phone with no way of removing it. Also the battery only lasts a few hours with only twitter and facebook installed on the device? Without rooting it does anyone else know a way to remove these apps?

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Motorola Droid X :: Update 2.2 - Reinstall Bloatware

Aug 20, 2010

I was trying to get my phone prepared to update to 2.2 and I wanted to reinstall the bloatware. I did something stupid. I went into adb shell, went to the system/app folder and did "mv *.bak *.apk" which basically destroyed everything in that folder. At that moment, I tried to RSDLite flash my phone the SBF but it wouldn't take. Phone froze up, couldn't do anything and, of course, I get the Droid animation when booting infinitely due to nothing being in /system/app I can reboot into recovery and connect the phone to my PC, but nothing really seems to happen. I imagine I could recover the phone if someone made an which restored the default apps into the /system/app folder, but I don't have an of that nature. Even the Verizon ones I have seem to look for old versions of the files. Does anyone have or can tailor an which would restore the system/app folder for me? I think that, if you could do that, I could be saved. Otherwise, I think I am screwed, unless someone has another option for me.

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Motorola Droid X :: Removed Bloatware And Now Can't Update / What To Get OTA?

Sep 22, 2010

I did not realize that we wouldn't be able to use the OTA if we removed bloatware.. I guess I didn't read that section/warning.. What can I do to get the OTA?

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