It's cool. Just summed it up for you
Very informative thanks to all.. I feel the same as jsuh about rooting but not getting a Rom. I guess the question now is once rooted where do you find the most recommended rooted only apps..
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I know, well nothing about how to root a phone. So little that the step by step instructions I've seen, well, I'm can't follow them. On paper, much less phone.
But I can't stand the **** that verizon and htc loaded my phone with. I not only have tons of apps I dont want and never want to see again, but I have SEVEN preloaded scenes that I can't adjust, rename, delete or anything. SEVEN!
I really just want to get rid of that stuff and find a really good organization app for applications and for pictures (because for some reason you can't organize photos into separate groups/albums) -- I just really want basic organization for the stuff I want on my phone, and to be able to get rid of all this junk I don't want.
How complicated is what I want? I assume it involves rooting, but can it be done fairly easily? Where I root, take the stuff I don't want off, and then, unroot, or return settings to normal or whatever it's called?
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root. I did all the experimental root options whenever the sdcard swap trick originally came out. It is extremely beneficial to have root if you're a little anal about control. i rooted a friend's d2 yesterday and he was bouncing off the walls when i got him the jager rom boot animation. custom roms are really just personal preference. i've generally just tried to mix and match what i like from certain roms and make a decent little mash of what works for me. And as always, nandroid backups are essential.