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Looking for simple rooting results - what's the best method?
I'm due to receive my Moto Droid today (very excited - so long Storm2). I've been reading about rooting, and it all seems very cool, but I'm not so interested in 2.1 (before the official release), themes, or other-device OSs. If I were to root, this is a short list of things I would like to do:
1) Remove bloatware - the Corporate Calendar, VZW's Visual Voicemail link, and I've read there is even a worthless Amazon MP3 app/link.
2) OC to maybe 800MHz - what can I say, I do like the idea of tinkering a little
Can someone explain to me, step-by-step, the most simplistic method of performing the above changes to a regular stock Droid? Tips on how to reverse the process, and also whether such rooting would prevent an OTA update, would also be appreciated.
I read guides and explanations all over the web, but they are confusing and often lead to more major hacks than I'm interested in (I don't want Nexus One features - at least not until they are official).
Thanks for any help.