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[CWM] SGS4G KJ6 Debloater (Jan 22)

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10th December 2011, 12:29 PM   |  #1  
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LATEST UPDATE(S)
Jan 22, 2012
Added a git repository with the Debloater source code.
https://sourceforge.net/p/teamacid/debloater/

Now that we have an official release of GB for the SGS4G, we have a standard set of bloatware that the phone comes with.

The purpose of the SGS4G Debloater is to let YOU pick what bloatware you'd like removed from your phone.

FEATURES
* Lets the user pick which bloatware to remove
* Creates a CWM zip file. Flash, reboot, bloatware free!

NOTES
* Works with any KJ6 based ROM
* This works best on a freshly installed KJ6 rom that hasn't grabbed any market updates yet.
* Keep your custom Debloater zip on your SD card in case you flash any other KJ6 based ROM, that way you always have the rom customized to your liking.

INSTRUCTIONS
1) Browse to http://teamacid.sourceforge.net/debloater/
2) Pick which bloatware apps you'd like removed
3) Download the zip file
4) Transfer to your phone
5) Flash and enjoy a snappier phone!

CHANGELOG
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Jan 22, 2012
Added a git repository with the Debloater source code.

Dec 28, 2011
Added the ability for the user to tap or click on an APK name in the list to select/deselect. Should make it easier on touchscreens!
Added backend improvements, specifically a caching system to ease the load on the server

Dec 22, 2011
New page design, made by Bilal Ayub. You can check out his LinkedIn profile here: http://goo.gl/Vu3k7

Dec 20, 2011
Early xmas present for everyone, the debloater now runs from phones! You can use this directly from your phone browser for quicker flashing!

Dec 10, 2011
Initial release

SOURCE CODE
Debloater on GitHub

CREDITS
Page design by Bilal Ayub http://goo.gl/Vu3k7
Every ROM developer that made me a flashoholic.
The XDA and RootzWiki communities. I've learned much about Android from them.

Don't forget to hit the thanks button.
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10th December 2011, 12:31 PM   |  #2  
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Nice find,very useful

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10th December 2011, 12:37 PM   |  #3  
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I'm also looking for anyone who's good at making sites look good using CSS, etc. Any web designers out there who'd like to lend a hand? I've always been more of a backend programmer.
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10th December 2011, 03:03 PM   |  #4  
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Damn FBis251 you have made my day! I was complaining yesterday that no dev likes to debloat and talked to raver about it so i could learn to debloat... thanks a lot! I will give it a try when i get to computer and hit thanks.

About the web looks, im learning html, javascript and css... So maybe and if i get good at it will let you know and help. :)

*Trying it now on a reflash of KJ6 AOSP Style ROM...

*Worked like a charm! Thank you!
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No problem. I was a little surprised when I tested it myself. The first reboot after removing the bloat made the phone feel pretty snappy. I was getting tired of using Titanium to uninstall all the /system apps so I made that site.
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10th December 2011, 10:24 PM   |  #6  
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Jesus, man. I love this community. Thank you, FB.
10th December 2011, 10:24 PM   |  #7  
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You know I was thinking of attempting to write a similar site using Ruby on Rails, glad you did it first!

I'm happy to help lend a hand with the PHP/HTML/CSS/JS.

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Done with PHP, very nice! Looks solid, works wonderfully. Excellent work as always from you guys.
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12th December 2011, 10:00 AM   |  #8  
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This is truly genius !
Clicked the Thanks! Tired of being a TB zombie every time i flash...
12th December 2011, 02:14 PM   |  #9  
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Just did it,IT HELPS OUT A LOT

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I didn't even know something like this could be done! This is awesome!!

Thank you!

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