Going to buy an s2 tomorrow. I've been browsing the forums for quite some time to get a good feel on terminology for android phones. I am finally making the switch to a smartphone. I am fairly tech savvy, so I think I can root the phone successfully.
What are the things I should do first once I get my phone? Thanks in advance!
So I'm probably gonna buy this phone tomorrow because my htc one x fell and has a broken screen now. I have no warranty so I need a phone badly. My question is can a AT&T branded phone have a bad esn or imei I think its called stopping me from activating it on my account?
Hi, I successfully rooted my SGA (Froyo) using SuperOneClick. I then installed Titanium Back Up and Root Explorer. I moved some apps to sd (including Maps and Think Free Office). I removed some of the useless apps that were installed by 3. All was well.
I was wondering if there was a way for me to remove the apps that came preloaded but no functional uninstall button (twitter, facebook, amazon kindle, etc) without rooting it? I rooted my nook color successfully a few times last years, but I'd really rather not with the dell just because it really already has the functionality I was looking to get out of the nook (except these annoying apps).
I used titanium and removed some apps I thought looked harmless when removed, I ended up losing Bluetooth capability and some force closes. So after the hassle getting things working again I'd just like to see what I can remove without issues. Coming from all the nexies from nexus s to 5 I'm not used to all this junk... haha Thanks.
I just got the htc one s. It currently have 4.1.1 sw. I wanted to stay with the stock Rom, but remove all the bloatware. I rooted the phone and installed titanium backup. I was able to removed all the unwanted apps, but everyone I restart the phone, all the apps come back. Anyone know why and how to fix?