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Johncaffee

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OnePlus 8 Pro
Hello guys :)
I have a OP 8 Pro rooted phone with Android 11.
I want to remove pre-installed apps but the system is in Read-only mode.
I use Root Explorer with root access but impossible to have RW mode in Root Explorer.
I try with adb but nothing happen.
It seems that the rw mode is inaccessible.
Can you help me please ?
Thanks for all.
 

Raiz

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Hello guys :)
I have a OP 8 Pro rooted phone with Android 11.
I want to remove pre-installed apps but the system is in Read-only mode.
I use Root Explorer with root access but impossible to have RW mode in Root Explorer.
I try with adb but nothing happen.
It seems that the rw mode is inaccessible.
Can you help me please ?
Thanks for all.
Did you tried MiXplorer? I had various issues with other file explorers but MiXplorer always worked fine for me.
MiXplorer
 
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Johncaffee

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OnePlus 8 Pro
Did you tried MiXplorer? I had various issues with other file explorers but MiXplorer always worked fine for me.
MiXplorer
Sorry I've just seen your response (sorry for my english).
I've found a solution.

You have to install adb before and USB Debugging enabled.
Plug the phone into PC and change it from charge only to file transfer.
In the folder where adb is installed, you have to do SHIFT+RIGHT CLICK to open PowerShell.
Then, in the terminal, enter :

adb devices

This print the serial number of the device (first time you have to click ok on the phone).
after, enter :

adb shell

You are into your phone.
execute the next command :

pm uninstall -k --user 0 "name of package"
(without quote. You can see the name of package in Titanium or SD Maid for exemple.)

Done :)
It seems to be ok for me.
 

Raiz

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Sorry I've just seen your response (sorry for my english).
I've found a solution.

You have to install adb before and USB Debugging enabled.
Plug the phone into PC and change it from charge only to file transfer.
In the folder where adb is installed, you have to do SHIFT+RIGHT CLICK to open PowerShell.
Then, in the terminal, enter :

adb devices

This print the serial number of the device (first time you have to click ok on the phone).
after, enter :

adb shell

You are into your phone.
execute the next command :

pm uninstall -k --user 0 "name of package"
(without quote. You can see the name of package in Titanium or SD Maid for exemple.)

Done :)
It seems to be ok for me.
This command is used to hide the app from the main user, the apk file is still here and if you factory reset the apps will be there again.
If it doesn't bother tho that's cool 👌
 
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Pre-installed apps ( so called bloatware ) typically are located in /system/priv-apps, their owner typically is ROOT what means they can't get uninstalled / deleted by ordinary Android user ( e.g user 0 ), so, disabling them pretty much remains your only option.
 

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lebigmac

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Hi @012345678. Thanks for your interest in my SystemRW project.

Sorry but unauthorized, unofficial, unverified re-uploads of my SystemRW files (or parts thereof) are not allowed!

Therefore I must please ask you to remove your unauthorized, unofficial, incomplete re-upload of my SystemRW project from your comment above. The unofficial version that you re-uploaded it's missing the original sysrw_repair script! 🤔
Instead could you please simply put a link to the official SystemRW project page ? Thanks (y)
The official download mirrors that I provided there work just fine and I'll add more official download mirrors soon! Dont worry ;)

I can only offer customer support for the latest official version of my script that was downloaded directly through the official SystemRW project page (y)

Thank you!
Enjoy a fully read/write-able device! :love:(y)

Great news! New SystemRW version coming soon!
 
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012345678

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Hi @012345678. Thanks for your interest in my SystemRW project.

Sorry but unauthorized, unofficial, unverified re-uploads of my SystemRW files (or parts thereof) are not allowed!

Therefore I must please ask you to remove your unauthorized, unofficial, incomplete re-upload of my SystemRW project from your comment above. The unofficial version that you re-uploaded it's missing the original sysrw_repair script! 🤔
Instead could you please simply put a link to the official SystemRW project page ? Thanks (y)
The official download mirrors that I provided there work just fine and I'll add more official download mirrors soon! Dont worry ;)

I can only offer customer support for the latest official version of my script that was downloaded directly through the official SystemRW project page (y)

Thank you!
Enjoy a fully read/write-able device! :love:(y)

Great news! New SystemRW version coming soon!
Sure, i removed that. Sorry
 
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    try systemrw 1.32.
    open twrp and put in this ZIP:

    systemrw_1.32_flashable.zip

    and all systemwide rw mode


    Edit: the Owner of this ZIP ask me to remove that File here.
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    Hello guys :)
    I have a OP 8 Pro rooted phone with Android 11.
    I want to remove pre-installed apps but the system is in Read-only mode.
    I use Root Explorer with root access but impossible to have RW mode in Root Explorer.
    I try with adb but nothing happen.
    It seems that the rw mode is inaccessible.
    Can you help me please ?
    Thanks for all.
    Did you tried MiXplorer? I had various issues with other file explorers but MiXplorer always worked fine for me.
    MiXplorer
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    Im amazed how noone replied with proper instructions. The guy literally wants a r/w ability. Inorder to do that super partition needs to be modified which is done with systemrw zip.

    At least someone shared it. Thanks @012345678
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    try systemrw 1.32.
    open twrp and put in this zip

    and all systemwide rw mode
    Worked on OnePlus 8 Pro (IN2023) with OxygenOS 10.5.10.IN11AA. Thanks
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    Hi @012345678. Thanks for your interest in my SystemRW project.

    Sorry but unauthorized, unofficial, unverified re-uploads of my SystemRW files (or parts thereof) are not allowed!

    Therefore I must please ask you to remove your unauthorized, unofficial, incomplete re-upload of my SystemRW project from your comment above. The unofficial version that you re-uploaded it's missing the original sysrw_repair script! 🤔
    Instead could you please simply put a link to the official SystemRW project page ? Thanks (y)
    The official download mirrors that I provided there work just fine and I'll add more official download mirrors soon! Dont worry ;)

    I can only offer customer support for the latest official version of my script that was downloaded directly through the official SystemRW project page (y)

    Thank you!
    Enjoy a fully read/write-able device! :love:(y)

    Great news! New SystemRW version coming soon!
    Sure, i removed that. Sorry