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[SCRIPT] ROM Cleaner v4.0 AROMA | Remove Bloatware | Backup Apps | Install Apps/Mods

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4th May 2012, 06:33 PM   |  #131  
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Hi, I just download the backup tool..!!

I put it on the /SD folder and installed or flash via CW Recovery.. It says wifi, email, app are backed up.. OK

Now, I did a super wipe, then installed the ARHD 5.1.0, then installed the ROM cleaner and reboot.

How or when the backup tool work? Because from the setup wizzard, I have to type my wifi password again and doing all the setup and installing all the apps

Are you 100% sure that your apps wasn't installed when you booted for the first time?

Everything else but the apps can be restored before first boot...

Other backups needs to be installed with settings restorer at second boot.

Please provide logs if the apps wasn't installed at first boot.

Logs can be found in /sdcard/ROMCleaner/Logs

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You need to flash settings_restorer.zip

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yeah, I figure it out that I was missing something and was that..

thanks anyway mate...
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is there any edited example of ROMCleaner_user.txt? I afraid I edited wrongly....thanks

btw, if I dun want ES File Explorer to be installed, just simply remove the # before ESFileExplorer.apk in the Application part of the txt?
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is there any edited example of ROMCleaner_user.txt? I afraid I edited wrongly....thanks

btw, if I dun want ES File Explorer to be installed, just simply remove the # before ESFileExplorer.apk in the Application part of the txt?

Yes, remove # makes the text readable for the script.

Add a # and the script won't be able to read the text behind the hash.

This is also explained in the guide.

#ESFileExplorer.apk < ROM Cleaner will not remove this app

ESFileExplorer.apk < ROM Cleaner will remove this app.




Most important step is to copy this txt file to your sdcard (/sdcard/ROMCleaner)

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Yes, remove # makes the text readable for the script.

Add a # and the script won't be able to read the text behind the hash.

This is also explained in the guide.

#ESFileExplorer.apk < ROM Cleaner will not remove this app

ESFileExplorer.apk < ROM Cleaner will remove this app.




Most important step is to copy this txt file to your sdcard (/sdcard/ROMCleaner)



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just tried in ARHD 5.1, really nice, removed many bull****s...
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just tried in ARHD 5.1, really nice, removed many bull****s...

Great!

Enjoy a ROM Cleaned ROM then

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Great!

Enjoy a ROM Cleaned ROM then

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Hello Patrics mate,

I was having a look through manage applications and i found these;

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Is it to do with the way ROM Cleaner removes them?

Its not at all a problem but was just curious

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Hello Patrics mate,

I was having a look through manage applications and i found these;

Is it to do with the way ROM Cleaner removes them?

Its not at all a problem but was just curious

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Hey, is it possible that you removed those apps manually and now you have old data for them..



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Firstly thanks for your excellent script.. I personally find the NO-SENSE Edition v1.0 perfect although a little too aggressive (We really do need the calendar) for my needs.. I have found one slight bug that I am looking for help on..

HTC must have an internal DB of locations, somehow the NO-SENSE Edition v1.0 is deleting that internal DB of locations, so when you click on the clock it crashes.. I found if you boot up Mikes Android Revolution rom first, setup your location then run NO-SENSE Edition v1.0 script you can get the clock working however none of the cities are in the internal DB which is a work around but not perfect..

Hoping someone finds a better solution than this..

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