Jul 26th, 2010 publishUpdated   Jan 16th, 2015, 2:00 pm


Love your Samsung Captivate but does all of the AT&T bloatware and disabled sideloading got you feeling a bit disenfranchised? If you don’t mind thumbing your nose at the man while take a few constructive liberties with the software of your device, BriefMobile has a complete guide to removing all traces of AT&T from your Captivate (aside from the logo printed on the top of the phone, but hey I’m sure some creative solutions could rid you of that as well). After taking the plunge to root and performing a bit of housekeeping in the backend of the Captivate you’ll be saying bye-bye to bloatware and hello to third party APK files. What’s that? You’re almost feeling like a real Android user? Be careful if you do undertake this procedure, young ones, because the only thing worse than an AT&T Android is a bricked one.

[via BriefMobile]

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