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Discussion in 'Droid Incredible Hacks' started by kramer56, Mar 3, 2011.
Am I going to lose all my pics on my sd card and all my text messages? my contacts?
I have never lost anything on my SD card. Plus contacts are backed up with Google. You can back up pics and files with dropbox. Its free to create an account
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So if i root do I still get the ota updates from verizon or the market too?????
Well just keep an eye out for ota updates and you can unroot, get the update, and root again. That's what I plan on doin for the 2.3 (gingerbread) update
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ok now that im rooted what do i do with it. lol meaning like roms and stuff
undernormal use how much longer will battery last
Congrats on the successful root and to see about the rom's and all i would check out the Dinc sub-forum and see which roms are out and which one appeals to your needs. I think i have posted a couple links referring to the sub-forum. Just look at them and read the posts about each rom and see what other users have said about the reliability, if its stable or not (stable means like no force closes and such), and what they say about the features. There is a lot to read in the subforums but it will def help you make the decision.
Thank you so much
Its no problem. Im here to help. If you need any further help just let post here or PM me
I would just to like to no how to get rid of bloatware stufff like skype and how do i no by using it that is rooted?
Hello, o got rid of bloatware when i switched to liberty rom just simply bc the creators of liberty didnt put the bloatware programs in the rom. Thats how i got rid of mine but on my stock backup all the bloatware and stock programs are still up there.
You can also get an app called Titanium Backup its in the market and the paid version allows you to freeze the app so it cant be opened until you unfreeze it. I believe also you can have an app like root explorer or for a File manager and just delete the programs.
I think the link above will give you some good info
Tell me why I should root this phone The last phone I did, it was only to remove bloat. My only issue with this phone is I seem to only have a small amount of available ram. I don't believe I have anything installed that would use so much, but that's why I'm really asking about root
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Me personally, I root for ad blocking and xposed framework... customizing my galaxy s5 keeps the - gotta have a new phone- itch away (sort of)