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Huawei Launcher

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Does anyone know how to remove the Huawei customization, such as the launcher, and so get back to stock Android look. I have B886 installed (so no Vodafone bloat), rooted and tried uninstalling the Huawei Launcher with APK Root Uninstaller. But after a restart the phone would not get past the android splash screen? Has anyone else managed it?

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I use rom toolbox pro,it can remove system apps,and convert user apps to system apps.

Or if you want a free app,use titanium backup.

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I thought you aren't supposed to remove the Huawei Launcher. :huh:

This is a system app, I don't think it's part of the Vodafone bloatware. Plus if you can't get back to the android splash screen after a restart then that must explain that the Huawei Launcher is an important app that mustn't be removed!

Always back-up before removing stuff like that or you may brick your phone.

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First thing I done was remove the launcher,obviously you need another launcher installed before removing it.

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Is there a launcher that will let me get back to using the standard Android scrolling app menu? The Huawei app menu which I assume comes as part of their launcher is annoying.

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Does anyone know how to remove the Huawei customization, such as the launcher, and so get back to stock Android look. I have B886 installed (so no Vodafone bloat), rooted and tried uninstalling the Huawei Launcher with APK Root Uninstaller. But after a restart the phone would not get past the android splash screen? Has anyone else managed it?

Removing the stock launcher isn't a problem (use Titanium Backup), but first you have to install another launcher. Your ROM have to contain at least one launcher, otherwise the phone won't work. GO Launcher EX is a decent one, I recommend it to you, it's a well customizable launcher.

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