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10th October 2009, 06:29 PM   |  #12  
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Originally Posted by emilware_v1.1

Hey,
I just got mine tilt2 and i dont realy wanna start flashing it yet but i'm not liking all that att crap.
Is there a way like on the old tilt to do soft reset anfter you do clear storage to load only base software with out att stuff.
I've tried few times but with out any luck.

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Originally Posted by omaralt

i dont have the tilt 2 yet, but with the fuze all you had to do is do a hard reset, and then when it goes to teh screen "customizing in 3 seconds", just soft reset the phone. it worked on the fuze, and i''m assuming it should work on the tilt

The TP2 does not have an extended memory partition like some previous HTC devices (My old Hermes for example). That extended partition was used to hold the bloatware installers that were configured to run after the first reboot whenever the device was hard reset.

The bad news is that the bloatware is now cooked directly into the ROM by HTC.

The good news is that the space that would be lost to extended memory is usable.

Some of those cooked in bloatware apps might still be uninstallable via the remove programs applet but will still have traces left behind.

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