Deleting apps

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  1. Rogue9362

    Rogue9362 New Member

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    How can I delete apps off of my droid bionic? I'm talking about the ones that came on the phone... I have no use for some of these.
     
  2. aaf709

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    You'll have to root the phone first. Even then it would be better to freeze them because the odds are some other app will need it and the phone will go crazy trying to find the one you deleted.
     
  3. b00mb00mchuck

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    root your phone... install safestrap... put the phone in safe mode... do a backup... then go nuts... delete whatever you want... if you screw something up you can always do a restore to your backup... and on top of that you can always return to unsafe mode where your stock original OS is safe and sound
     
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    Just *uninstall*.
    You don't have to delete any apps or freeze or whatever, just uninstall them and don't worry about it. If you decide you want them back later, just *reinstall*.

    EDIT: this was directed at OP, not at the guy who wanted to freeze bloatware. Just use TiBu for bloatware, but careful what you remove!
     
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    And once you root, just use a file manager like Astro or RootExplorer and then just rename the apps that you want to no longer see to .apk.bak this way they wont load up at boot and if you "accidently" do something that messes things up, you can just change the name back.

    Cheers
     
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    Once you root your Bionic, you can use AntTech App Manager to freeze the apps you don't want to use. I would highly suggest freezing the apps and not delete them. Otherwise, you will have grief when you try to update to the next version of the Bionic OS.
     
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