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Removing bloatware after revolutionary root is complete

Discussion in 'HTC ThunderBolt' started by sniper.one, Dec 21, 2012.

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    after a successful rooted phone , should I start removing my bloatware/ Verizon apps with superuser? or should I just do uninstalls? I am using my HTC Thunderbolt as a WiFi only internet appliance.
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    I use Titanium Backup to freeze all unwanted apps on my rooted Tbolt. If you run into an issue, you can thaw it out as opposed to trying to reinstall a removed app.
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    thanks for the info, I will be freezing the apps
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