Just rooted my phone....now what??

scrapbook

Distinguished Member
Manged to find a one click solution for my Nexus one so it is now rooted. :cool: The process has installed SU files and Busybox

I don't need any fancy roms i did it for two reasons:

- Wanting to move apps stored on the rom to SD card and / or delete them...such as Google books.

- Move some other apps that aren't SD enabled to the SD card

So what do i need from here??
 

scrapbook

Distinguished Member
I have moved the apps i need to sd card.

Just need to delete some apps installed in the ROM such as Amazon MP3, Facebook and Twitter
 

Gren

Active Member
Simply rooting won't get you any more space until you flash a rom that gives you a2sd+ or something similar. The apps you delete won't gain any more space as they are held in a partition that you cannot write to.
 

scrapbook

Distinguished Member
well I have managed to get rid of amazon mp3 and Google books.

Move 15mb of apps to SD which I couldn't move previously.

Facebook and twitter moved from rom to SD card.

All in all have doubled my storage space which is good for a couple more months whilst i wait for some more ics devices
 
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_Sion

Novice Member
I always install titanium backup on rooted phones, then you can do full system backups and save them to dropbox
 

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