So amazing

Discussion in 'Team D1-MIUI' started by BlackHoleSlam, Nov 19, 2010.

  1. BlackHoleSlam

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    Hey guys I always heard things but never thought about getting it till today it is honestly the greatest Tom I have ever used

    Sent from my Droid using Tapatalk
     
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    I never use "Tom's."

    I prefer "roms" to be honest but hey, different strokes... ;)
     
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    lol my study hall just ended as i was typing this and rushed the ending but literally this is so sweet only thing i had i thought a task killer before i wiped with it but i kept getting force close errors so i wiped but now i can't find the task killer you know where it is
     
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    Don't worry about it. MIUI has its own task killer. Long press the home button to see it. There's a button for it.
     
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    thanks last question how can i remove the google talk i just don't want that stuff on my pages every time i try i get get remove system app
     
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    I'm not a script guru, but there is a way to do it from terminal. What I do is place all my apps in folders. I use folders as categories. Then I create another folder for "hidden" apps that I don't wanna see and I put that folder on an empty screen on the far left or right.
     
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    Titanium backup can remove it.
     
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    you can do it through root explorer as well. I do that with all the bloat apps that I never use. like "geniewidget" which runs all the time if you dont remove it.

    there are other apps that I never intend to use that are system apps and I just delete them in root explorer.
     
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    you can also open the zip with winrar or something and delete the apks that way. open the zip dont unzip it lol
     
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    Yes that is much cleaner way to do.

    sent from a rogue droid
     
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    easiest way...

    -get root explorer from the market
    -navigate to /system/app
    -click Mount r/w box
    -delete whatever system apps that you want (make sure they aren't ones you need, like phone or vending or settings)
    -reboot

    here is a page from cyanogenmod that lists .apks you can do without, their functions, and other methods to remove them. Barebones - CyanogenMod Wiki

    i personally delete the bluetooth, calculator, file explorer, gmail (move to /data/app), Googlebackuptransport, googlepartnersetup, latinimetutorial, livewallpapers, magicsmokewallpapers, protips, quicksearchboox (download googlesearch from the market and move from data to system), setupwizard, sholesquickoffice, talk, visualization wallpapers, voicedialer, vpnservices, wired and wireless tethers (move to /data/app).

    i've tried deleting the stock launcher to miui (i use lp+) but it always gives me problems. wish there was a way... but i guess removing half of those apps i just listed is totally unecessary anyway.

    sorry if this was too much or bloated or anything. i'm bored at work. nothing happens in a hospital on the weekends.
     
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