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    MOG still installed on JB

    Advertising indicated previously pre-installed apps Sling and MOG would be removed with the update, yet I still have MOG loaded...can I (should i) remove it manually?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HowardL168 View Post
    Advertising indicated previously pre-installed apps Sling and MOG would be removed with the update, yet I still have MOG loaded...can I (should i) remove it manually?
    Yes just remove it manually. This came up during the soak with several people also still having apps that were supposed to be removed with the update. All of them reported removeing the apps they did not want manually with no problems.
    The difference is now you can manually remove them in Jelly bean. Before in ICS there was no option to remove them just disable them.
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    Yeah they probably didn't want to straight uninstall it from people's phones... I mean bloatware or not, there are probably still people who use it/would raise all sorts of hell if Verizon suddenly uninstalled it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sst45jeff View Post

    Yes just remove it manually. This came up during the soak with several people also still having apps that were supposed to be removed with the update. All of them reported removeing the apps they
    did not want manually with no problems.
    The difference is now you can manually remove them in Jelly bean. Before in ICS there was no option to remove them just disable them.
    And there won't be a problem, if I ever need to FDR, that their pre-installed software won't be there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HowardL168 View Post
    And there won't be a problem, if I ever need to FDR, that their pre-installed software won't be there?
    There shouldn't be any problems. With ICS, I deleted several apps such as Lets Golf and Blockbuster. It didn't hinder the JB update on my phone.
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    I've been having some issues with ROM Toolbox. I haven't been at to freeze or uninstall any programs. Both in ICS and in JB. Is this because I got the free "lite" version and I need to upgrade to the paid version, or could there be something else that's going on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HowardL168 View Post
    And there won't be a problem, if I ever need to FDR, that their pre-installed software won't be there?
    no there wont be any problem, it will update just fine if you need to at a later date. The only time uninstalling apps gives you problems is if you do it with a third party app. If you can remove the app through the stock operating system than it is all right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sst45jeff View Post
    The difference is now you can manually remove them in Jelly bean. Before in ICS there was no option to remove them just disable them.
    That's great, but I did find that apps like Slacker Radio and NFL Mobile now only let you install updates, not disable.

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