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16th May 2011, 12:27 PM |#1  
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Just noticed that this can remove bloat ware never done anything like this before is that just basically things you don't need. Can anyone list the things I don't need please and can you restore once you remove.

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Hi mate there is a thread roaming about round here saying what u can remove but just be careful on what u remove as it mat start acting weirs and also I use titanium but I mostly just freeze things I think I might end up using again

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16th May 2011, 12:44 PM |#3  
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Hi mate there is a thread roaming about round here saying what u can remove but just be careful on what u remove as it mat start acting weirs and also I use titanium but I mostly just freeze things I think I might end up using again

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So freezing things just makes them inactive meaning they take up no ram?
16th May 2011, 01:14 PM |#4  
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First please use search, or look around:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...35&postcount=1

Second you can restore everything back by reflashing system.img withouth losing data.
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Yea they disappear of your app draw and goes inactive basically

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16th May 2011, 01:59 PM |#6  
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First please use search, or look around:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...35&postcount=1

Second you can restore everything back by reflashing system.img withouth losing data.

ok will in future
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Yea they disappear of your app draw and goes inactive basically

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Ok cheers mate
16th May 2011, 03:32 PM |#8  
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Freezing the app is definitely the way to go, at least to begin with. However, while this will stop the app from loading & using up RAM this wont recover internal storage from your phone, so if youve used the phone for a week or so after freezing with no issues then you might want to delete the frozen apps.

But: If you *do* decide to delete an app make a backup of it first (this will copy it to sd card so it wont take up phone storage) in case you do decide you need it back at a later date.
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Freezing the app is definitely the way to go, at least to begin with. However, while this will stop the app from loading & using up RAM this wont recover internal storage from your phone, so if youve used the phone for a week or so after freezing with no issues then you might want to delete the frozen apps.

But: If you *do* decide to delete an app make a backup of it first (this will copy it to sd card so it wont take up phone storage) in case you do decide you need it back at a later date.

OK cheers for advice
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