mic_888 · Dec 14, 2011 at 07:24 am

CleanTOOL – The Relentless Pursuit of Clean!

Owners of the HTC Rezound who want to clean up the bloat on their Android devices should check out CleanTOOL – a script written by XDA Recognised Developer scrosler. The script uses temp root to disable most bloat and the bloat will not come back on reboot. Note that the bloat will come back upon hard reset.

Of course, since not all the bloat that the script removes may be considered bloatware by everyone, the dev has helpfully detailed how to modify the script to not remove some of the apps.

For a full list of bloat removed, and instructions on how to modify the script, head on over to the application thread where you can download CleanTOOL.


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