Just installed blackdroid...is there a way to get rid of corp calendar, car home, etc

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  1. jrl9851

    jrl9851 Member

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    With android terminal?

    If so, what is the exact stuff I have to write?
     
  2. noorigin

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    should be a list of scripts near the bottom of BDs post.

    open terminal
    # su
    # rmcorpcal
    # rmcarhome

    iirc those are the cmd's. check BD's post tho
     
  3. RoLa

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    Really?
    Custom Scripts: (run in terminal after su)
    -sysrw (mounts system)
    -sysro (unmounts system)
    -rm3 (removes "3" music player......why would you ever use this????)
    -rmbrowser (removes the native browser)
    -rmmusic (removes the native music player)
    -rmamazon (removes amazonmp3)
    -free50mb (adjust native system task manager to keep 50mb of RAM free)
    -free75mb (adjust native system task manager to keep 75mb of RAM free)
    -free100mb (adjust native system task manager to keep 100mb of RAM free)
    -rmhelix (removes helix launcher)
    -rmhelix2 (removes helix launcher 2)
    -rmlauncher (removes home launcher)
    -rmlauncher2 (removes 3D launcher)
    -rmcorpcal (removes corpcal)
    -rmpandora (removes pandora)
    -rmfacebook (removes facebook)
    -rmvvmstub (removes visual voicemail)
    -rmquickoffice (removes quick office)
    -rmolddock (removes 2.0.1 dock and alarm clock)
    -rmlwps (removes live wallpapers)
    -rmcarhome (rremoves car home)
    -rmemail (removes email)
    -rmgenie (removes news and weather app and widget)
    -rmnexusmod (removes nexusmod live wallpapers)
    -winbash (gives you windows friendly terminal w/history)
    -godmode (lets you view and edit all files with any file manager)
     
  4. wctaylor79

    wctaylor79 Premium Member
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    I just use root explorer. Go to system/app and delete what I don't want. In the past would change the extension from .apk to .name but these days u can restore them real easy so I just find them and hit delete. If u don't want to get root explorer then follow the adb commands.
     
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    I just downloaded root explorer and it works great. I deleted the programs i didnt want and rebooted. Poof they were gone. :icon_ banana:
     
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    do you also get rid of the system app folder that corosponds to them? I have never used the terminal to delete anything. I just long press and delete to shed the unwanted weight but I also found folders in the \data\data folder. JW
     
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    Do people read anymore?
     
  8. Martin030908

    Martin030908 Super Moderator

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    No. <10char> :)
     
  9. DRLyman

    DRLyman New Member

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    Exactly. I had a response all typed up when I saw this and ended up deciding it was better to just not post it. It was similar to yours, just worded a bit different :icon_rolleyes:
     
  10. Rocky_Droid

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    While we're on the subject... I try this and it says I don't have permission. I'm pretty sure I hit remember/allow when I first started and that I am typing SU to start with. Still says permission denied