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Freezing Apps ?

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I am aware root is needed to freeze apps,but I wondered if anyone here knows of a way around this ?

The only solution I can think is to user a launcher that hides apps,which debloats the rom visually.

It sure would be nice to deorange the san diego as much as possible,even though this is near impossible without root,I just thought I would ask in case somebody has a workaround,or maybe knows of an app which in effect would freeze system apps without root.

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No, I don't think there is any way of doing that. Not until we get ICS at any rate.

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Why would ICS change that,would it still not be orange bloated ?

If we was getting AOSP like ICS that would be awesome,but I am doubting it as orange just love to ruin android with orange and there crapware.

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You need root. ICS adds a 'disable' option in the UI, if they choose to leave it enabled.

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