egzthunder1 · Nov 6, 2010 at 06:00 am

Easily Remove Stock Apps from your Desire HD

Congratulations on just getting your Desire HD. Now, if you are like any other XDA member in this site, you probably don’t want to have stock for longer than it takes you to charge the device. However, since the device is not yet rooted (fully anyways), there is no way to actually flash a carrier free custom rom. Yet, you would at least like the idea of removing stock apps to at least making it look more customized. Fear not, because XDA member l1nuxfre4k created this little and simple “how to” for cleaning the device. The procedure is rather simple, but make sure that you know what you are doing.

You will need to have your DHD rooted prior to attempting anything. Titanium Backup is also a must for this procedure.

Hello all :=)
Thought i would give a small quick guide for you hehe.

Ofc root your phone before this :=)
Step1.
Install Titanium Backup from market.
Step2. Start it.
step 3 Firstly, after you run Titanium Backup you need to tap on “Problems?” and accept to download BusyBox.

You can find more information in the guide thread.

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egzthunder1 is an editor on XDA-Developers, the largest community for Android users. I have been an active member of xda-developers since 2005 and have gone through various roles in my time here. I am Former Portal Administrator, and currently part of the administrator team while maintaining my writer status for the portal. In real life, I am a Chemical Engineer turned Realtor in the Miami area. View egzthunder1's posts and articles here.
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