Originally Posted by rafarataneneces
If I backup TeleNAV GPS with Titanium Backup, and then delete it, how can I restore it? I want to have as many MB free in Storage since the reason why I bought the phone was to access the Market and install lots of useful apps
Titanium backup created two files: com.telenav.app.android.telenav-20110314-174328.properties
The tar.gz file has this inside:
inside I see 4 folders:
What should I do now if I want to restore the Bloatware?
The problem with it being a system app, I don't think titanium backup backups the actual app, just it's associated data.
What you need to do is prior to uninstalling it, locate it in the /system/app folder. Also, there may be an accompanying .lib file in the /system/lib. Save those somewhere on the sd card. Now you can safely remove the app using TB.
Also, fwiw, I'd leave the app, but you may notice on reboot, it runs a service in the background. You should be able to kill that service using from settings/apps/active services (wording might be different, but that's what it is on the evo). You may have to press stop several times to get it to stop restarting.
Finally, I've found the telenav app to have one superior trait over the google maps app. It seems to pick up more construction data/alerts than google maps does. Not far from me is a closed on ramp to one of the interstates. Google maps makes no indication of this, while the telenav app does. ymmv