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    Android Lurker iPeck's Avatar
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    allright ill keep that in mind

    any must have root apps you'd recommend ? For now I have move2sd enabler and was considering having a battery efficiency app and an app to delete system apps such as amazon and goggles

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    Quote Originally Posted by iPeck View Post
    Finally reverted to 2.2 and rooted with z4root ! woot took me 10 mins. lol
    that's awesome man congrates on the root.
    what was the flash back to 2.2 like?

    I haven't had root before but if I had it I would get:


    http://www.appbrain.com/app/setcpu-for-root-users/com.mhuang.overclocking

    http://www.appbrain.com/app/titanium...aniumBackupPro

    hope this gets your started :D

    Quote Originally Posted by Dude Random21 View Post
    bourne I did it with 2.2.1 frg83D and I had no problems.

    ipeck I heard about people having trouble unrooting with z4root because the super user app stays after you unroot just FYI.
    Really eh? what application did you use to do it if you don't mind me asking?


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    I don't have any must have apps in mind but for what you asked for battery use you could try setcpu (paid app) it will allow you to set different cpu speeds for different things like while the phone is on overclock for faster speeds while it is sleeping underclock to save battery and even underclock when the battery gets low. These are just examples you can set pretty much anything for anytime. And titanium backup can be used for backing up your data for a new ROM as well as to delete system apps and one last thing that I think of if you have clockwork mod recovery then you could get ROM manager for easer access to everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bourne View Post
    Really eh? what application did you use to do it if you don't mind me asking?

    No problem ask, away that is what I'm here for. I used the superoneclick method and I had no issue exept that thin where you have to toggle the usb debugging on and off.

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    cool tx... got wifi tethering too

    ill find something to remove meteo and news, goggles and amazon :P

    * i like 2.2 better.. less buggy than 2.2.1. And the passimg is a charm ! XD

    Soooo many apps now, ahhh, liberty .. woot ! root !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dude Random21 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by bourne View Post
    Really eh? what application did you use to do it if you don't mind me asking?

    No problem ask, away that is what I'm here for. I used the superoneclick method and I had no issue exept that thin where you have to toggle the usb debugging on and off.
    Thanks for taking the time to respond.
    I will do some more research into superoneclick.. listening to iPeck here is making me really want to root my phone now more then ever haha.

    Hopefully I don't wind up screwing it up


    Quote Originally Posted by iPeck View Post
    cool tx... got wifi tethering too

    ill find something to remove meteo and news, goggles and amazon :P

    * i like 2.2 better.. less buggy than 2.2.1. And the passimg is a charm ! XD

    Soooo many apps now, ahhh, liberty .. woot ! root !
    im jealous.. specially that you get to uninstall that stupid amazon app



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    if you screw it up, dont worry, there are easy ways to get back on track, and with the help of our fellow members here, you'll be fine

    titanium backup is what i used to remove the system apps

    depending on the version of your rom, you can use superoneclick (2.2.1), universal androot or z4root.(2.2)

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    Welcome. I was doing the same...

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