1. Larry Marranzino's Avatar
    Trying to delete apps. Getting can not uninstall. HOX is rooted & unlocked. Help
    Sent from my HTC One X using Android Central Forums
    07-09-2012 03:12 PM
  2. rdxhd's Avatar
    Use Titanium Backup. It is the easiest way to remove apps from a rooted device
    07-09-2012 04:37 PM
  3. JackImageX's Avatar
    I'm not rooted but I just hid them. I don't have space issues and figured hiding them kept them from always asking for updates and kept them from running and bothering me.
    07-09-2012 07:43 PM
  4. Larry Marranzino's Avatar
    Thanks to both of you...

    I deleted allot of them with T back up... I wondered though is it safe to delete navigation and the ones others

    Thanks
    Larry
    07-09-2012 09:13 PM
  5. erwaso's Avatar
    Only the paid version allows removing att apps?
    07-13-2012 04:06 PM
  6. Larry Marranzino's Avatar
    Thanks it worked..Now thinking of a ROM . Have to figure out TWRP file .

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    07-13-2012 07:03 PM
  7. jwburkhard's Avatar
    Thanks it worked..Now thinking of a ROM . Have to figure out TWRP file .

    Sent from my HTC One X using Android Central Forums
    If you're rooted (and you should be unlocked as well imo) you can download Goo Manager from the Play store and install TWRP by hitting the menu button and selecting Install OpenRecoveryScript.

    Then go over to XDA and install CleanROM 4.1, love your phone 100x more.
    07-13-2012 10:43 PM
  8. wantabe's Avatar
    Even if you are rooted you can not uninstall the AT&T apps from Settings/Apps! Just use a file manager if you are rooted and go to system/app, make sure that you are r/w (read/write) at the top of the screen in Root Explorer (what I use) and delete whatever apps you want to. Don't forget to delete the .odex also. Reboot. You don't have to but I would go into recovery (CWM) and wipe the cache partition and the dalvik cache. You can also use TB to wipe the dalvik, I have the pro version so I don't remember if that option is available in the free one. The only apps I kept were ATT_Hotspot and TetheringGuard and there are mods to remove being forced to use the hotspot and to get usb/wifi tethering working.
    07-14-2012 12:10 AM
  9. wantabe's Avatar
    Here is a list of AT&T apps that are safe to remove and I have been running without these for just over two months. I also removed stocks, friendstream, twitter, flickr, google+, facebook, basically all the social apps I don't want to do from my phone.
    4720_Device_Help_SIE.apk
    4720_Device_Help_SIE.odex
    ATT_AddressBook_SyncMLClient.apk
    ATT_AddressBook_SyncMLClient.odex
    ATT_AddressBook_SyncMLProvider.apk
    ATT_AddressBook_SyncMLProvider.odex
    ATT_AddressBook_SyncMLService.apk
    ATT_AddressBook_SyncMLService.odex
    ATT_CityID.apk
    ATT_CityID.odex
    ATT_CodeScanner.apk
    ATT_CodeScanner.odex
    ATT_FamilyMap.apk
    ATT_FamilyMap.odex
    ATT_MOG.apk
    ATT_MOG.odex
    ATT_myATT.apk
    ATT_myATT.odex
    ATT_Ready2go.apk
    ATT_Ready2go.odex
    ATT_Top_HD_Games.apk
    ATT_Top_HD_Games.odex
    ATT_YPmobile.apk
    ATT_YPmobile.odex
    ATTAABadaptYP.apk
    ATTAABadaptYP.odex
    com.mobitv.client.tv.apk
    com.mobitv.client.tv.odex
    HtcLinkifyDispatcher.apk
    HtcLinkifyDispatcher.odex
    tn70-android-att-7111161.apk
    tn70-android-att-7111161.odex
    07-14-2012 02:26 PM
  10. Diego Castro's Avatar
    Excuse me... How did you root your phone (I have the HTC One X AT&T)? Do you know any tutorial?
    07-10-2013 09:24 AM
  11. adenijitokunbo's Avatar
    Please I want to remove all the at&t apps on my htc phone am in Nigeria I don't need the apps


    Thanks
    Tokunbo Adeniji
    10-03-2013 08:38 AM
  12. wizzrah's Avatar
    Please I want to remove all the at&t apps on my htc phone am in Nigeria I don't need the apps


    Thanks
    Tokunbo Adeniji
    You will need to root your phone for this. Would you like to root your AT&T one X?

    Sent from my One X using Tapatalk 2
    10-03-2013 10:18 AM
  13. wizzrah's Avatar
    You will need to root your phone for this.

    Sent from my One X using Tapatalk 2


    Sent from my One X using Tapatalk 2
    10-03-2013 10:19 AM
  14. sani adama's Avatar
    Trying to delete apps. Getting can not uninstall. HOX is rooted & unlocked. Help
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    Trying to delete apps. Getting can not uninstall. HOX is rooted & unlocked. Help
    Sent from my HTC One X using Android Central Forums
    01-03-2014 05:08 AM
  15. wantabe's Avatar
    I don't know what file manager you're trying to use but the only one I've ever used is Root Explorer. Whichever one you do use you have to mount your system as r/w (read/write). In Root Explorer there is a button towards the top that allows you to mount r/w or r/o (read/only).
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    01-03-2014 06:28 AM
  16. wizzrah's Avatar
    I don't know what file manager you're trying to use but the only one I've ever used is Root Explorer. Whichever one you do use you have to mount your system as r/w (read/write). In Root Explorer there is a button towards the top that allows you to mount r/w or r/o (read/only).
    I like ES File Explorer better
    01-03-2014 04:48 PM
  17. Timmaaa's Avatar
    I think Solid Explorer is better than the both of them.

    Sent from my Evita
    01-10-2014 09:38 AM
  18. Gurudas Saha's Avatar
    Use Titanium Backup. It is the easiest way to remove apps from a rooted device
    11-03-2016 07:11 AM
  19. Gurudas Saha's Avatar
    Use Titanium Backup. It is the easiest way to remove apps from a rooted device
    11-03-2016 07:17 AM
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