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Old 06-04-2012, 07:13 AM   #8 (permalink)
WebFisher
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A word or two of caution: You can remove the bloatware by "rooting" your phone. What this does is gives you root access to all of the phone functions/programs. Not rooting correctly can "brick" your phone, which essentially means making it completely useless as anything more than a paperweight or skeet target. Doing it correctly allows you to install custom ROMS, allow you to remove unwanted programs, remove advertising, etc. Rooting, though legal, does void the manufacturers warranty on the phone, and should you have a problem with it, you will more than likely have to un-root it before taking it to your carrier/manufacturer for repair. If you are not worried about the warranty, then root away!
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