1. trapt4orlife's Avatar
    Hey, I'm new to all of this, im just trying to figure out the best way to "freeze" the bloatware. Thanks!
    01-09-2012 07:01 PM
  2. DefectiveWeeble's Avatar
    I would honestly go with Titanium Backup. I was using Bloat Freezer Free, but it was airpushing ads to my phone in the form of notifications on my status bar. It got pretty annoying so I ponied up the $6 for Titanium Backup.
    01-09-2012 09:59 PM
  3. KillerG's Avatar
    I would honestly go with Titanium Backup. I was using Bloat Freezer Free, but it was airpushing ads to my phone in the form of notifications on my status bar. It got pretty annoying so I ponied up the $6 for Titanium Backup.
    Titanium backup does have a free version, but I'm not sure if it freezes apps does it? ES Task Manager lets me stop apps from booting at the start, which often gets rid of the notification ads
    01-09-2012 10:36 PM
  4. LDubs's Avatar
    Just buy the pro version. It's totally worth it.

    Tapatalked from my Bionic
    01-10-2012 08:17 AM
  5. angman619's Avatar
    can u post a link on how to freeze someting step by step using that, or is there a list that i can follow on what all should be frozen
    01-11-2012 10:24 PM
  6. mbentley3's Avatar
    can u post a link on how to freeze someting step by step using that, or is there a list that i can follow on what all should be frozen
    Plenty of those out there

    http://forums.androidcentral.com/bio...id-bionic.html


    You need to be rooted to freeze/remove bloatware. Get a program like Titanium Backup and its as simple as click and freeze.
    01-12-2012 09:36 AM
  7. DefectiveWeeble's Avatar
    Titanium backup does have a free version, but I'm not sure if it freezes apps does it? ES Task Manager lets me stop apps from booting at the start, which often gets rid of the notification ads
    The free version doesn't allow you to freeze apps. Also, I never even thought of using a task manager to stop it from booting and pushing the ads. I just wanted it gone by that point lol
    01-12-2012 09:34 PM
  8. markyoung04's Avatar
    I also used to use BloatFreeze loved it but it keeps disappearing off of Market so I bit the bullet and bought Titanium it is worth it once you start backing up correctly - reapplying 75 apps after I rooted and installed Eclipse took all of 5 minutes with Titanium Backup - and it held my place in each app that was awesome.

    Freezing is nice once you get used to interface.
    01-19-2012 08:17 AM
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