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15th May 2014, 03:40 AM   |  #11  
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The better question. What method of bloatware removal did you use..
15th May 2014, 11:32 AM   |  #12  
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Yeah true.. If you do that and whatever method you used worked great ( and left active display working ) I'd be game!
15th May 2014, 01:39 PM   |  #13  
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The better question. What method of bloatware removal did you use..

I used a mixture of Titanium and App Master. I find Titanium is not very good at actually removing apps as they have a tendency to reinstall themselves. Whereas App Master on the other hand completely removes them but leaves a neat little backup for you to use in case you want to reinstall it.

The only issue I've had with App Master and it's not necessarily App Master's fault is that if you are using an app like Clean Master is that if you don't pay attention it will delete all of your backups. Which is just recently did on my phone so now whatever apps I deleted/uninstalled via App Master they are now gone. I'm not too worried about it since I just got the Factory Image from Motorola yesterday so I can just reflash the OEM image and start over.
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I am buying bloatware remover from google store..
16th May 2014, 02:50 AM   |  #15  
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Root Explorer, cut, paste

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The better question. What method of bloatware removal did you use..

I don't really remove bloat because it doesn't affect my day to day experience. I disable the few apps I'll never use and that's about it.
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I don't really remove bloat because it doesn't affect my day to day experience. I disable the few apps I'll never use and that's about it.

If I could disable everything I got rid of, I'd do that, but some apps only disappear by removing them from /system.

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