I'm really sorry if this has already been posted somewhere, but I "did" look for the past hour and couldn't find anything that specifically showed me what to do.
I'm currently running the following on my Samsung Droid Charge:
I wasn't able to use the Deodexed/Debloated since certain programs weren't loaded by default.
Since running the fully bloated version, the memory for apps that start automatically keep the memory usage around 310/330MB and I'm constantly having to use the TaskManager to clear/close apps that are running in the background.
I found a site that allowed me to remove (via adb) all the .odex files, and I deleted some of the .apk that did remove apps, but I'd really like to know what I can and can't remove. Right now my camera works, but when trying to make a movie, it says it can't save to the flash drive....so I may have deleted something. /ugh
I'd really appreciate it if there was a link or site that shows you how to manually remove all programs (debloat) on your phone once you have it setup the way you want. I have no need for about 50% of the crap Verizon installed.
Yes, I'm rooted (shhhh) and the phone's display is awesome, but for now I'm kinda stuck with it since the wife has control of the purse strings. HA!
Thanks in advance!!