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[Q] Flashing back to stock, can I remove bloat without flashing debloated stock ROM?

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By WTFsandwich, Member on 17th March 2014, 06:45 PM
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I'd like to go back to stock for a little while, will be following SuperSport's guide and using his installer to go to KitKat, and yes, I'm aware this will remove root and custom recovery ability for the time being.

However, I have a feeling removing bloatware is probably possible one way or another, ADB being a likely candidate, but I have no idea how to use ADB to do so.

Could someone direct me to a good source on learning the process of this for a stock ATT G2 on KitKat? If not ADB, then perhaps another method that would work?

I feel comfortable accepting any risks provided I have a good source of information to follow.
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17th March 2014, 08:08 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by WTFsandwich

I'd like to go back to stock for a little while, will be following SuperSport's guide and using his installer to go to KitKat, and yes, I'm aware this will remove root and custom recovery ability for the time being.

However, I have a feeling removing bloatware is probably possible one way or another, ADB being a likely candidate, but I have no idea how to use ADB to do so.

Could someone direct me to a good source on learning the process of this for a stock ATT G2 on KitKat? If not ADB, then perhaps another method that would work?

I feel comfortable accepting any risks provided I have a good source of information to follow.

This may be of some help



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17th March 2014, 09:39 PM |#3  
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Titanium backup can help

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18th March 2014, 12:23 AM |#4  
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Titanium backup can help

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TB will not work without root
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