If you are a proud owner of a Samsung Galaxy S2 (SII) phone, then you will know that this phone for the obvious reason comes with many stock Samsung branded apps that you might not be needed by the user. Or may be you want to replace these with some other apps from the Android Market with batter feature-set. If this is the case and you want to bulk remove the Samsung applications from Samsung Galaxy S2 (SII) here is simple guide to do so.
Don’t forget that you must have a rooted Samsung Galaxy S2 (SII) phone to perform the procedure. If you haven’t already rooted your device then follow our guide: How to Root Samsung Galaxy SII (S2) Using Odin and SuperOneClick ? After that follow this simple guide:
Step 1: First download this text file that contains the list of Samsung apps that will be removed. Of course, you can manually edit this file to customize the list of apps that you want (or don’t want) to remove. Now copy the file to your phone SDcard.
Step 2: Now install the Script Manager that can be installed for free from Market.
Step 3: Start Script Manager and point it to the script file and tick to box to run as root.
Step 4: Hit the Run!
Step 5: Enjoy!
[All the credit goes to saquib from the XDA forums]
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