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Remove Bloatware from Stock ZV8

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Instructions:
1) Download File
2) Extract Zip File
3) Run bat file.
4) And All Bloat Should be removed

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Downloads:
Box.com
Mediafire
My Website
Dropbox

Please Message me with any issues or questions.
-Computerfr33k
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16th April 2012, 12:38 AM |#2  
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Doesn't MTs do this? If your stock rooted might as well use MTs.

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16th April 2012, 12:46 AM |#3  
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Doesn't MTs do this? If your stock rooted might as well use MTs.

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Yes but his removes some of the stuff like LG Launcher and such, and it also adds various scripts and such
16th April 2012, 03:10 AM |#4  
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Thanks. I plan to stick with the stock rooted rom and removing bloatware is something I'd like to do. Could you provide a list that tells me exactly what this removes?
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Thanks. I plan to stick with the stock rooted rom and removing bloatware is something I'd like to do. Could you provide a list that tells me exactly what this removes?

List of Files Removed: http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...7&d=1334544619
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List of Files Removed: http://dl.xda-developers.com/attachd...es_removed.txt

410 - Gone. Looks like the file has been moved/removed.
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List of Files Removed: http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...7&d=1334544619

works for me
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Ok. I was able to get it. Thanks. Two questions:

(1) since this removes the bloat form the stock (odexed) V8 rom, I'm asuming it removes the .apks from system/app and removes the corresponding .odexs from system/framework, yes?

(2) There's a few apps and widgets like the LG Calendar widget I'd like to keep around. Can I simply make a copy of the .apks and .odexs this removes and restore individual ones by simply copying them back into their corresponding folders or is it more complicated?
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Ok. I was able to get it. Thanks. Two questions:

(1) since this removes the bloat form the stock (odexed) V8 rom, I'm asuming it removes the .apks from system/app and removes the corresponding .odexs from system/framework, yes?

(2) There's a few apps and widgets like the LG Calendar widget I'd like to keep around. Can I simply make a copy of the .apks and .odexs this removes and restore individual ones by simply copying them back into their corresponding folders or is it more complicated?

(1) yes

(2) yes, just copy them back into /system/app make sure they have correct permissions otherwise they will fc. you can always fix permissions by using the option in CWM
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27th April 2012, 11:41 PM |#10  
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this worked good except there were a few apps it didnt remove...like blockbuster and some verizon apps
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