Bloatware

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    For lack of a better term, I did the very basic froyo leak, now what do I do to get rid of all the bloatware and lag and what not?

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    Easiest way.....flash SuperClean v2.4

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    pay for and download Root Explorer from the market, this will give you access to your entire system and allow you to pick and choose what apps you want to delete etc...

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    pay for and download the Pro version of Titanium Backup, this will allow you to freeze/remove those files from system/app as well....
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    can I flash over my current eb01 2.2.1 firmware leak right now using Odin?

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    yea as far as ODIN goes you can flash it over anything without wiping because it returns your phone to out of the box state...except if your running VooDoo? if you are then you need to disable VooDoo first then you can use ODIN

    I would just download SC v2.4 and flash in recovery after wiping data/cache...no real need to ODIN it unless you dont have the modded red CWMrecovery
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    Supermanager is free in the market and can do everything you need for removing bloat, I suggest renaming, not deleting... serves the same purpose and is easier to put back if you ever want to pick up an ota or something.
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    good call on Supermanager, ive never used or known any1 thats used it...much easier alternative for people....:)
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    I am currently on super clean 2.4 and bought root explorer to rename specific apps to apk.old which is the best way rendering them useless. Also I'm on voodoo so to switch back to stock kernel do I just disable lagfix and flash?

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    yes.......
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    I have tried super clean..runs good

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    I use unistaller for root. It unistalls and backs up the apps to the SD card. I unistalled Bing search and now when I press the search button it pulls up Google search! Battery life is getting better to.

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    And its as easy as going in to the SD card and installing them again for an ota! And its free!

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    anyone know how i can reinstall bloatware. i think i deleted innopath activecare and i cant update my fascinate. any help please?????
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    To reinstall a system app...put root explorer into r/w (read write) mode, copy the apk for the app and paste to its original location (usually system>app). Put root explorer in r/o mode (read only) then reboot. You may have to search through xda or google to find the apk if u dont have it

    *edit: does not always produce desired results. Must be rooted.May want to make a backup first.

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