Even everyday people are completely fine with the stock configuration to their Android smartphone comes in, enthusiasts like you and I prefer adapt things for either a nicer user interface (UI), improved performance, or both.
Carrier-locked phones are the biggest perpetrators of what fans called “bloat”: extra software that offer unnecessary features that take too many resources. Ballooning include apps installed by carriers and manufacturers.
Thankfully, thanks to the vibrant development community, it is relatively easy to remove the bloat if you have a popular device with root access. Such is the case with T-Mobile Galaxy II: if you have rooted it and do not like the extra software that comes with it, now you can remove it in a manner of seconds with a desktop app called Automated Debloater. Check it out after the break!
I have put together a simple tool to quickly and easily debloat all stock rom.You get to choose the way to choose what to delete.Remove the T-Mobile’s bloat? Turn off Y. Samsung Bloat? Turn off TW Y? Meet Y. Poof! It’s gone.
DISCLAIMER: Redmond Pie shall not be liable for data loss as a result of errors on your T-Mobile Galaxy S II in the following of this manual. Follow at your own risk.
Step 1: Download Automated Debloater from its official developers thread. Extract its contents by using an appropriate software (we recommend 7-zip).
Step 2: Pick up your T-Mobile Galaxy II. Go to Settings> Applications> Development and enable USB debugging.
Step 3: Connect your device with your Windows-powered PC. Yes, does this tool is not on OS X or Linux.
Step 4: From the extracted folder in step 1 run AutomatedDebloat.bat.
Step 5: Follow the instructions on the screen! There are separate options for removing programs that are installed by T-Mobile, Samsung, and to completely remove TouchWiz UX that comes with all Samsung smartphones.
For questions, please check out the official thread linked.
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