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Appremover 1.0


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Appremover was made for crackers. It allows one simple command to delete springboard apps whilst saving a selection in the config file of what not to delete.

 

How To

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Simply download from the link provided and use iFile to put it in a place you want it. Using MobileTerminal take yourself to the folder that keeps it and chmod to make sure the permissions are set. Once this is done simply type './appremover.sh -a' to bring up the config of apps you DO NOT want to delete. Input the numbers with spaces and once done press enter.

 

After this is done now type './appremover.sh' to start the process and once done your device will automatically reboot if ran as root, if not it will ask you to reboot.

 

I wanted to share it so others could benefit as well.

 

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:) pending for tests.



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Thank you a lot cosmicalninja

Good work :good:



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This was apart of the automated script you made ;)

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@alienopo it has been tested numerous times :)

 

@Mourad90 no problem

 

@ glass yes it is part of the automated script i use. One day rather than have a script in 3 parts i shall meld them together.



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Ah good idea ninja. Another improvement would be to have it to ignore some apps

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Yeah. But i`m not sure when to use it...



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Ah good idea ninja. Another improvement would be to have it to ignore some apps

it does ignore apps lol, once you add said apps in the config file it remembers what to ignore until you run the config file again


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Yeah. But i`m not sure when to use it...

when you have around 50 apps to delete and dont want to keep pressing 'X'


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Yeah... i don`t understand and review... not native speaker... just learning...:)



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it seems you need to keep the .sh for shell script ;) as b terminal doesn't know what it is



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Here's an updated version of the script.

 

Run appremover.sh -a to configure apps, then run appremover.sh to complete the delete and follow on-screen prompts.

Added a feature to delete and add single apps from the whitelist.

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