Stock app uninstaller

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 3' started by Tay_xxx, Sep 30, 2011.

  1. Tay_xxx

    Tay_xxx New Member

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    With the root rolled out for the D3 anyone know of a good app uninstaller that I can remove all this useless crap off my phone?
     
  2. Fr33dom

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    You are really headed for a heap of trouble if you don't do some reading first. Un-installing the bloat is a path to the dark side. Freeze it you must. The best place for root kinds of questions is the Droid 3 Hacks forum since there is lots of info there that, if read, will save you a ton of heartburn.

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  3. Droid DOES!!

    Droid DOES!! What iDoesn't Theme Developer Premium Member

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    Haha!

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  4. mbaker

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    I agree with Fr33dom - BE CAREFUL. I just went through a couple of days of hell trying to get back to stock after uninstalling some things I shouldn't have. Titanium Backup can easily either freeze or uninstall system apps, but I discovered the hard way that it can't restore some of them. I uninstalled Yahoo Contacts and Yahoo! Mail Authenticator, for example, and it left the stock Contacts app unable to display any of my contacts - Contacts Storage crashed every time. Titanium Backup locked up every time I tried to restore either of those apps, such that I had to kill it from Task Manager. The only way I managed to get back to original was to flash it from SBF, which turned out to be a nightmare of its own.

    I think freezing would be a better choice, but I've read that even freezing the wrong system app could screw things up. Good luck - but I won't be touching most of the bloatware on my phone any more...

    Mark
     
  5. dub_zeppelin

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    Mark- I have done the same thing I uninstalled my yahoo pls help me get it back

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  6. Yonnor

    Yonnor I r Teh Greetest

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    Theres an Thread over on XDA in the D3 Dev section that has a restore stock system app tool. I'd link you if I could but I'm not at a computer. :(

    Butt dialed from my hamburger phone
     
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