Rooted Droid 1, Cyanogenmod7 Rom, remove verizon notifier?

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    Eglaspey New Member

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    Hello all, I am new to the forum, and newly rooted. I got myself up and going with a really nice rom earlier today from CyanogenMod 7. I love it so far. I am curious if I can rid myself of the activation notification upon reboot, and the header on the top of my notifications screen. Any help would be appreciated!
     
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    I am past the activation screen, just to clarify. I am hoping to rid myself of the notice everytime I shut off my phone. I use it on wi-fi with VIBER and tons of other cool stuff. Thanks in advance.

    Droid 1, rooted, Gingerbread...
     
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    I haven't ran my phone like this, but if I don't install the gapps, I don't get the activation screen. Which means no market or Gmail. There shouldn't be any account set in the phone, so I don't know how all the other apps will work. I plan on going this route when I retire my D1 and pass it in to the kids.

    As far as apps, since you wont have a market to reinstall them, you can go to data/app or system/app and copy those to the sd and install later.

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    I do appreciate your idea(s) and have considered that approach. I could only move a few of my apps to the SD, maybe I will search other programs to help with that in and of itself. If I move enough of what I would normally get from the market, I will be a happy camper. Again, thanks!

    I suppose I was hopeful someone had made something to remove them, fingers still crossed!
     
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    I use root explorer but it can be done with Astro file explorer. I go to data/app and system/app and copy and paste them to a file called Apps I made on my sd. Its not the same as moving the to the sd in applications/manage applications.


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    I will give it a shot! Then I should be able to uninstall gapps presumably. Awesome, I'll let you know.
     
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    Don't think it will as easy as just uninstalling the gapps. You may have to go into recovery, wipe everything then just install cyanogen. Like you did to install a new rom. Minus the gapps.

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