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27th June 2014, 12:42 AM |#11  
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If use use titanium backup to try and uninstall it, it should give you the package name on the confirmation screen. And then you can cancel the uninstall before you actually remove it. That may work for getting the name.
 
 
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Found it using 7zipper 2.0 by viewing the details which required root access and was granted.

com.amazon.tv.ime

Just do the same steps as you would for dcp.

adb shell

su

pm disable com.amazon.tv.ime


And then it should no longer appear so you will never need to worry about the problems that could be caused by renaming it.
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27th June 2014, 05:22 AM |#13  
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Ok so after testing using the method mentioned above it does in fact hide the on screen keyboard but it also completely disables the possibility of entering text in certain instances. For example, I enabled the above and disabled the similar method used for blocking. My FTV wasnt finding the update so I went to network settings and forgot my wifi network. When I tried to reconnect by selecting the network name there is no option at all to enter text of any sorts. I actually had to remove the password from my network connect unsecured and reconnect in to adb to disable the keyboard hiding to be able to reconnect to a secured network.
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Originally Posted by retroben

Found it using 7zipper 2.0 by viewing the details which required root access and was granted.

com.amazon.tv.ime

Just do the same steps as you would for dcp.

adb shell

su

pm disable com.amazon.tv.ime


And then it should no longer appear so you will never need to worry about the problems that could be caused by renaming it.

Great. Works like a charm!


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10th May 2015, 08:09 AM |#15  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by retroben

Found it using 7zipper 2.0 by viewing the details which required root access and was granted.

com.amazon.tv.ime

Just do the same steps as you would for dcp.

adb shell

su

pm disable com.amazon.tv.ime


And then it should no longer appear so you will never need to worry about the problems that could be caused by renaming it.

nice! worked for me. thanks. I have a friend with an unrooted AFTV. is there a way to run the command without root, or is it needed?
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nice! worked for me. thanks. I have a friend with an unrooted AFTV. is there a way to run the command without root, or is it needed?

Anytme you use the "su" command you have to be rooted, so no it will not work on unrooted devices.
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