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Lightbulb Can someone write a flashable debloater for ICS leaked.

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Someone please write a debloater for the new leaked ICS!
This Ruu is awesome but too much crapware XD
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You read the title.
Someone please write a debloater for the new leaked ICS!
This Ruu is awesome but too much crapware XD
Thanks ahead!
It can and will be done, however everyone's idea of crapware varies. You can remove the apps you don't want by using RootExplorer and delete the unwanted .apks in /system/app
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Or titanium backup if u don't know what's safe/unsafe to remove. You can freeze to test.

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thanks! good idea with titanium backup! and I tried /system/app but it says its read only, i know everything about permission and all and i just think its because the apps where running in back ground but ill try with titanium backup i remember it was easier last time i did it
 
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thanks! good idea with titanium backup! and I tried /system/app but it says its read only, i know everything about permission and all and i just think its because the apps where running in back ground but ill try with titanium backup i remember it was easier last time i did it
If you are using RootExplorer, click the mount r/w icon up at the top right. You have to use a file explorer that supports changing read permissions to writeable. Otherwise Titanium Backup is a great and safe alternative.
 
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What all IS safe to remove that won't break anything? I froze a bunch of stuff and then all hell broke loose and I had to reflash everything so I don't want to risk removing essential stuff again...
 
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This Ruu is awesome but too much crapware XD
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1217664

I always use this! You could always edit the text file to add or remove applications you don't want.

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I just posted a list of everything that I have found is safe to remove here - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...9&postcount=87
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