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How to remove files from update folder

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I have just downloaded the new update for virgin uk. I am sick of all the Virgin apps that you get with the virgin update. I have tried to unzip the update package and remove the software from the system/app folder that i don't want and then zip the folder, but i get an error message, signiture verification failed message when i try to update the phone. How do i remove unwanted apps, rezip the update package and make it so the verification is ok.

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flash stock rom, root the blade iii, use ES file manager and you have the option root uninstaller, then chose app...

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i wanted a way to do it without rooting the device or using clockworkmod boot image

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You can't.

Wouldn't it be great if you could flash all kinds unverified packages with the official recovery. Certainly would make rooting/hacking/etc a breeze. Unfortunately that isn't possible if you don't have access to private keys that ZTE uses to sign their packages.

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I cannot find a link to any official Blade III update from Virgin UK. Have you been singled out?

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I cannot find a link to any official Blade III update from Virgin UK. Have you been singled out?

Have looked through the pinned topics?

I'm quite sure I added one there a while back. :P Also a new generic B12 build had been on the ZTE site for about a month before I picked it up.

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