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  1. fr10's Avatar
    Just shaved off about 200Mb doing this. Thanks!
    is this make z10 ram more bigger?
    how much ram you have after reboot?
    just curious about that.

    thanks
    07-19-13 10:49 PM
  2. mhw100's Avatar
    1. Open an image file in the Camera/Pictures/File Manager apps and click Edit. It will send you to the picture editor, although if you don't use it, I believe it's safe to remove. Keep the .bar file, though.

    2. I think they're just placeholders.
    Thanks.

    I removed that large picture editor file and sys.video_editor. Doubt I will do much editing on my phone and after using the phone for a while now it doesn't appear to have broken anything.
    07-20-13 12:17 AM
  3. docfreed's Avatar
    Followed your instructions and loaded up the sys.games bar file using the Chrome PAM but the flag never changes! I am on a Q10 SQN 100-5 running the latest 4651 leak and have had no trouble uninstalling language files, twitter, facebook... Is there something I am missing?


    Good news. Yes it can be removed. Even if it is marked as Permanent, it is removed very much exactly the same way as those that had removed "BBM" from legacy devices. It is a 2 part process or maybe even more. I will include the actual BAR fail from the .438 system dump. You will need the Playbook Extension to load the BAR file onto your device. Once the Bar File is loaded onto your device it changes status from "Permanent" to "Uninstall"
    07-20-13 02:20 PM
  4. MobileMadness002's Avatar
    Not sure. The differences should be minimal. However I can't nor won't comment on your version. Possibly you may need to strip out the version in your leak and reload using Chrome. The version I provided was from 10.2.0.438

    Z10STL100-3/10.2.0.483, pin:2AC9A2F5
    Last edited by MobileMadness002; 07-20-13 at 06:29 PM. Reason: corrected silly auto correct
    07-20-13 02:29 PM
  5. docfreed's Avatar
    OK, and thanks - I'll give that a try.
    07-20-13 02:42 PM
  6. mhw100's Avatar
    Here is where I'm at so far.

    Attachment 184617
    Attached Thumbnails How to remove INSTALLED core system files, in OS10-img_00000027.png  
    Last edited by mhw100; 07-20-13 at 08:04 PM.
    07-20-13 07:14 PM
  7. SCrid2000's Avatar
    This will increase your free space, memory is ram And isn't really affected by this
    07-20-13 07:27 PM
  8. mhw100's Avatar
    This will increase your free space, memory is ram And isn't really affected by this
    It seems to have increased from around 1.2 which is where it seemed to always hover.
    07-20-13 08:06 PM
  9. SCrid2000's Avatar
    It seems to have increased from around 1.2 which is where it seemed to always hover.
    What all did you remove? I suppose if something that normally ran in the background it would free up some ram.
    07-20-13 08:20 PM
  10. mhw100's Avatar
    What all did you remove? I suppose if something that normally ran in the background it would free up some ram.
    Basically from what I've pulled from this thread plus a few others

    com.evernote
    com.foursquare.blackberry
    com.rim.bb.app.newsstand
    com.rim.bb.app.retaildemoshim
    com.twitter
    sys.data.imf.xx_XX (en_US and root)
    sys.pictureeditor
    sys.video_editor
    sys.howto SNBB10 sports net
    sys.data.ecid50.branding splash. Not worth removing it comes back after shut down
    sys.data.ecid50.branding.opt - this is the wallpaper so I left it
    sys.oobetutorials
    sys.deviceswitch
    sys.data.wallpaper
    sys.bugreport sys.bug_reporter_3 sys.cfs.webdav.todtm
    07-20-13 09:39 PM
  11. PJD642's Avatar
    Followed your instructions and loaded up the sys.games bar file using the Chrome PAM but the flag never changes! I am on a Q10 SQN 100-5 running the latest 4651 leak and have had no trouble uninstalling language files, twitter, facebook... Is there something I am missing?
    Not sure. The differences should be minimal. However I can't nor won't comment on your version. Possibly you may need to strip out the version in your leak and reload using Chrome. The version I provided was from 10.2.0.438

    Z10STL100-3/10.2.0.483, pin:2AC9A2F5
    Same issue here...I'm guessing this is because we're running a 10.1 OS, because most everyone who's used this method seems to be on 10.2. Sigh.
    07-21-13 10:35 AM
  12. SebastianNap's Avatar
    What if you remove the permanent sys Bridge apps? They don't work for the time being, anyway. They're separate from the BBW app, they're from PBOS, and they don't launch.

    Posted via CB10
    07-21-13 10:19 PM
  13. thurask's Avatar
    What if you remove the permanent sys Bridge apps? They don't work for the time being, anyway. They're separate from the BBW app, they're from PBOS, and they don't launch.

    Posted via CB10
    I tried, but I couldn't get it to work.
    07-21-13 10:26 PM
  14. mhw100's Avatar
    Here is what I've removed thus far on my Q10, 10_2_0_1047 and haven't noted any functional problems. Please note that one needs to be careful in that many of these deleted items you may use e.g. BBM I don't use so I deleted it;

    com.evernote-1.0.0.227
    com.foursquare.blackberry-10.2.0.1
    com.linkedin-10.1.4.5
    com.rim.bb.app.adobeReader-10.1.6.31com.rim.bb.app.cardholder-0.0.1.25
    com.rim.bb.app.facebook-10.2.0.9
    com.rim.bb.app.retaildemoshim-127.1.0.38
    com.twitter-10.2.0.1
    sys.appworld-4.4.0.80
    sys.barcode-1.0.0.15
    sys.bug_reporter_3-10.2.0.9
    sys.bugreport-1.0.2.37
    sys.cfs.box-1.2.0.60
    sys.cfs.dropbox-1.2.0.44
    sys.cfs.webdav.todtm-1.2.0.9
    sys.compass
    sys.data.imf.af_ZA-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.ar_SA-10.2.0.3
    sys.data.imf.ca_ES-10.2.0.3
    sys.data.imf.cs_CZ-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.da_DK-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.de_DE-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.el_GR-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.en_GB-10.2.0.3
    sys.data.imf.es_ES-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.eu_ES-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.fi_FI-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.fr_FR-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.gl_ES-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.he_IL-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.hg_IN-10.2.0.3
    sys.data.imf.hr_HR-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.hu_HU-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.id_ID-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.it_IT-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.jv_ID-10.2.0.3
    sys.data.imf.kk_KZ-10.2.0.3
    sys.data.imf.ko_KR-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.ms_MY-10.2.0.3
    sys.data.imf.nb_NO-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.nl_NL-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.pl_PL-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.pt_BR-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.pt_PT-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.ro_RO-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.ru_RU-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.sk_SK-10.2.0.3
    sys.data.imf.sl_SI-10.2.0.3
    sys.data.imf.sr_RS-10.2.0.3
    sys.data.imf.su_ID-10.2.0.3
    sys.data.imf.sv_SE-10.2.0.3
    sys.data.imf.th_TH-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.tl_PH-10.2.0.3
    sys.data.imf.tr_TR-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.vi_VN-10.2.0.2
    sys.data.imf.zh-10.2.0.3
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.arw-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.bgb-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.cah-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.czc-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.dad-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.dun-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.ena-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.eni-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.enu-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.fif-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.frc-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.frf-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.ged-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.grg-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.iti-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.jpj-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.kok-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.mnc-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.mnt-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.plp-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.ptb-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.ptp-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.rur-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.nuance_vocon.spe-10.2.0.0
    sys.data.wallpaper-10.2.0.2
    sys.deviceswitch-10.2.0.10
    sys.escreens-10.2.0.550
    sys.firstlaunch-10.2.0.7362
    sys.games-10.2.0.16
    sys.help-10.2.0.14
    sys.howto-10.2.0.24
    sys.mmagic-10.2.0.46
    sys.NFCViewer-10.2.0.17
    sys.places.cards-10.2.0.37
    sys.rcse-10.2.0.212
    sys.setupbuffet-10.2.0.7522
    sys.simtoolkit_ui_app-10.2.0.3
    sys.smartcalling-10.2.0.232
    sys.smartcard-10.2.0.60
    sys.smarttags-10.2.0.357
    sys.socialconnect.facebook-10.1.1.78
    sys.socialconnect.linkedin-10.1.0.181
    sys.socialconnect.twitter-10.1.1.78
    sys.socialconnect.youtube-10.1.1.78
    sys.uri.youtube-10.2.0.162
    Last edited by mhw100; 08-04-13 at 10:45 PM.
    08-04-13 04:26 PM
  15. danny017's Avatar
    I have a question. Say I load an OS beta leak. Then I don't want it and want to be in regular os 10.1 do I just restore from the backup I made before installing the leak os

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    08-04-13 05:00 PM
  16. bennyph's Avatar
    How did you remove these files? They have a "Permanent" status:

    sys.barcode-1.0.0.15
    sys.firstlaunch-10.2.0.7362
    sys.games-10.2.0.16
    sys.help-10.2.0.14
    sys.mmagic-10.2.0.46
    sys.setupbuffet-10.2.0.7522
    sys.socialconnect.facebook-10.1.1.78
    sys.socialconnect.linkedin-10.1.0.181
    sys.socialconnect.twitter-10.1.1.78
    sys.socialconnect.youtube-10.1.1.78

    Thanks!



    Posted via CB10
    08-04-13 06:07 PM
  17. mhw100's Avatar
    How did you remove these files? They have a "Permanent" status:

    sys.barcode-1.0.0.15
    sys.firstlaunch-10.2.0.7362
    sys.games-10.2.0.16
    sys.help-10.2.0.14
    sys.mmagic-10.2.0.46
    sys.setupbuffet-10.2.0.7522
    sys.socialconnect.facebook-10.1.1.78
    sys.socialconnect.linkedin-10.1.0.181
    sys.socialconnect.twitter-10.1.1.78
    sys.socialconnect.youtube-10.1.1.78

    Thanks!



    Posted via CB10
    I used Darcy's tools to extract them and sideloaded them using Chrome. Once they're loaded over top the perm changes to uninstall.
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    08-04-13 06:18 PM
  18. thurask's Avatar
    sys.data.imf.root-10.2.0.5
    Shouldn't this be kept in?
    08-04-13 08:32 PM
  19. bennyph's Avatar
    Thanks! It works with 10.2 using that method now.
    08-04-13 08:40 PM
  20. Mecca EL's Avatar
    Good to see this thread still alive and kicking.
    08-04-13 08:49 PM
  21. Pdinos3's Avatar
    I have a question. Say I load an OS beta leak. Then I don't want it and want to be in regular os 10.1 do I just restore from the backup I made before installing the leak os

    Posted via CB10
    No. You would have to soft brick your device by unplugging while loading autoloader and then running the autoloader again. Then restore your backup

    Posted via CB10 Rockin a Z10 on 10.2.0.1047 Leaked by the brilliant Elite Team!
    danny017 likes this.
    08-04-13 08:55 PM
  22. mhw100's Avatar
    I tried, but I couldn't get it to work.
    oops. I think you're right. At one point I had it removed and I think the phone worked but now I'm uncertain. Its a small file so I took it out of the list above now just to in case.
    08-04-13 10:43 PM
  23. Alain_A's Avatar
    I am trying to use Darcy's tool to extract what I don't want in my phone but when I click on files extraction nothing happen...

    Is someone able to help me?????? to make it work
    08-08-13 12:21 PM
  24. Alain_A's Avatar
    I am trying to use Darcy's tool to extract what I don't want in my phone but when I click on files extraction nothing happen...

    Is someone able to help me?????? to make it work
    I guess there is no one in here today
    08-08-13 01:29 PM
  25. ealvnv's Avatar
    If a was close to a pc I would certainly help you, but I'm not, but what you basically do is start Darcy's Tool, go to the section where you extract apps, load the autoloader, select the apps you want extract and hit extract selected apps
    08-08-13 01:48 PM
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