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Titanium Backup debloat?

Discussion in 'HTC ThunderBolt' started by Paulb787, Mar 28, 2011.

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    So i am rooted and wat to debloat.. Heard this is possible with titanium backup. My question is i see a freeze button and uninstall? now that i am rooted i can uninstall? or freeze? what is the difference i thought we had to freeze because uninstall isnt possible.
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    Uninstall deletes the app, freezing removes it from the system
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    I member people would always recommend freezing because uninstalling the bloatware may cause problems if you later want to update. That's what I heard when I was on my D2, not sure if it applies for HTC TB though.

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