by Darcy LaCouvee, 1 year ago
Good news Canadians! The LG Optimus 2X is finally available at WIND Mobile. It’s a wonderfully appointed handset featuring a large 4.0 inch display, dual core 1Ghz processor, and 1080p video recording, and it’s being…
The LG Optimus S is a good smartphone. The device could be considered one of those entry-level Android smartphones. It has been out for quite some time now and it has already received a lot of praise from Internet reviews and first-hand users. They claim that the Optimus S is the best smartphone in its category.
What makes this Android gadget stand out is the fact that it has a sturdy build, its 600 MHz processor is able to handle Android 2.2 very well, and it's the cheapest among the first Sprint ID smartphones.
Since it is a Sprint ID smartphone, the LG Optimus S contains all the Sprint ID bloatware. Most of the time, the software is not really useful and many of you wish that network providers like Sprint didn't preload such apps into their phones. But, since that is not how it works in the real world, then we just have to find some ways to remove the bloatware ourselves.
Rooting an Android device is typically the first step in removing bloatware. This process will give users more control over the device. So, if you are planning to root your LG Optimus S to get rid of Sprint ID bloatware, continue reading to know how.
You can now remove the bloatware on your Optimus S to free up some space and get rid of unwanted stuff. Doing this one, though, is a totally different topic. But, then again, you're already one step closer since the device is already rooted. And, not just that–you can now do more things with your Optimus S like probably installing CyanogenMod. Now that you're phone is already rooted, what do you plan to do next?