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[ROM] Juggernaut v5.0 [New Samsung ICS Style Lockscreen!][Team Kang][2.18.2012]

17th February 2012, 04:02 PM   |  #5791  
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The funny thing is that it uninstalls some, just not those. I installed the ID app. Once it took, once it didn't. These are fresh installs of TB. I can uninstall AccuWeather, AP, and a couple of other apps without issue. Maybe a manual uninstall will do it.

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Those are system apps I think you need pro to uninstall or another app


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17th February 2012, 04:03 PM   |  #5792  
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Could I flash the Cm7_mms_Apk.zip?

I like it way better than the stock Messaging app. The Message box on the stock app is four rows deep for some goofy reason. I like to see more of the messages then the text box.

Tanx!!!

Should be no problem

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17th February 2012, 04:05 PM   |  #5793  
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Awesome rom Juggs! Been running this since yesterday with no issues so far. Buttery smooth. My only concern is faux kernel, not a huge fan, was wondering if it's okay to flash synergy with this rom?

any kernel that you were using before would likely be fine to use. i'm giving it a try just to see how it performs....so far so good

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Never done that before but I would give it a try! Do I replace the existing file? Via Odin?

use root explore or any other file explorer that gives you root access. i'd save the old one...move it to another folder just in case. after you place the new one (located in system--apps btw) you'll need to set the permissions to rw, r, r and then reboot
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Never done that before but I would give it a try! Do I replace the existing file? Via Odin?

No Odin extract it from the rom with 7zip and then push it to the system/app folder with root explorer


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17th February 2012, 04:06 PM   |  #5795  
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Those are system apps I think you need pro to uninstall or another app


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I've been uninstalling system apps with TB for ages. It is the only thing that will. I may try the Root Explorer method once I get the APK names. Do you have to remove anything else or just the APK?
17th February 2012, 04:11 PM   |  #5796  
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any feedback on battery life so far?
I love my 4.1 with ICS theme and battery seems to have settled down now.
I'd rather unhappily sacrifice the awesome 5.0 for 4.1, just for battery.

Awesome job guys!
17th February 2012, 04:16 PM   |  #5797  
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It worked. N'mind. I got a little adventurous and flashed it.
17th February 2012, 04:41 PM   |  #5798  
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And just a side note. Everyone really needs to wait a minimum of TWO days to see how battery life is going to be. Nothing was changed at all on this rom that would effective battery life in any manner what-so-ever. It seems typically when you flash a new rom battery life is not so great for about the first day and then stabilizes. Besides that, as Roman clearly pointed out complaining about battery life has been linked to AIDS.

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any feedback on battery life so far?
I love my 4.1 with ICS theme and battery seems to have settled down now.
I'd rather unhappily sacrifice the awesome 5.0 for 4.1, just for battery.

Awesome job guys!

The chef spoke on this bruh u must wait two days at least before the battery life rap. You dont want the AIDS fam do you?

White- you might wanna put this in the OP fam..
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17th February 2012, 05:06 PM   |  #5799  
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I've been uninstalling system apps with TB for ages. It is the only thing that will. I may try the Root Explorer method once I get the APK names. Do you have to remove anything else or just the APK?

Just the apk

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17th February 2012, 05:16 PM   |  #5800  
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Those are system apps I think you need pro to uninstall or another app


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You don't need pro.

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I've been uninstalling system apps with TB for ages. It is the only thing that will. I may try the Root Explorer method once I get the APK names. Do you have to remove anything else or just the APK?

So have I, it works perfect. Also it removes everything. If you use root explorer and just delete the .apk, you have left overs in the form of .odex files.

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Just the apk

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This is not true...deleting just the apk leaves the .odex files.
If you want to be as thorough as possible then you need to remove both. Titanium does this when you uninstall an app, for the record.

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