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Well, it was a good run

16th January 2012, 03:20 AM   |  #11  
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N1 is a really good device, like a legend in HTC Android phones. I'm afraid i'm unable to get rid of it until 。。。 i don't know
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won't you constantly get FCs notices on those apks that you remove?
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won't you constantly get FCs notices on those apks that you remove?

You do on some. I used Root Toolbox to remove them because it can create a backup of the app and restore it if you need. I tried to remove just about everything that didn't seem completely necessary for my MT3G to be used as just a game device for my kiddo and encountered a couple of .apk's that caused FC's when removed. I just immediately reinstalled them, although when FC popups kept coming up every couple of seconds it wasn't easy.
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