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want to delete perso 2.2, as i am now root, but what the hell is the perso 2.2 app?


Wednesday 07th of September 2011 / androidforums.com
hi. after owning a captivate over a year, i finally grew a pair, and rooted. i loved murdering the bloatware and stupid crap apps i do not use, be they from samsung or at&t. anyway, what the hell is perso 2.2? i googled it for over an hour, i have visited the official android developers web site, and searched and searched, but no luck. Android Developers does anyone know?? i want to murder it, but i need/want to know what it is. and yes, i googled perso 2.0, perso 2.1 and perso 2.2, and no luck. thanks.. UPDATE/ANSWER: when i decided to finally go for it, and delete perso 2.2, using titanium backup pro, after i deleted it, titanium backup pro put double lines through perso 2.2, and the real name became unmasked, and perso 2.2 did not show up, but it converted to the name com.sec.android.personalization. so, in short, it is a worthless app for some sort of personalization. since i had frozen it a weeek ago, with no harm to any of my phone functions or other apps, and also after i deleted it, i had no harm or problems, i am glad i did. my ringtones can still be personalized and
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Anymode's line of luxury Galaxy cases confirms Samsung's accessory dominance


Tuesday 08th of January 2013 / androidcentral.com
CES is always a breeding ground for some really spectacular smartphone accessories, and 2013 is no exception. What's truly unique about this tradeshow is how diverse it tends to be-- for a week, Las Vegas is home to some of the newest and best styles from all over the globe. Today, we caught a look at what Korean manufacturer Anymode is doing with its line of accessories.Currently, Anymode is only available for import through their website-- don't expect to find any of these designs here in the States. What's noteworthy about these accessories is the way Samsung has managed to spur innovation around the world-- here's a perfect example of stunning detail designed exclusively for Galaxy devices (and the iPhone, but who cares). I've said it before and I'll say it again-- Samsung's success isn't due as much to its hardware as it is to its ecosystem. Aside from iOS products, the Galaxy line is by and large the Android devices with the most accessories to choose from, which is more of a deciding factor when purchasing a phone than most care to admit. Perso
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I’m switching to the iPhone becauseā€¦.insert your own dubious reason


Monday 24th of September 2012 / androidheadlines.com
Every time a new version of the iPhone hits the market we get a slew of articles from tech writers explaining why they are switching to Apple’s latest wonderphone and leaving the fractured hell that is Android behind. Obviously this kind of article is classic clickbait and fair enough, writers want people to read their articles and it’s their job to deliver eyeballs. The fact that most of them are full of fatuous reasoning and lack any real substance is what tends to aggravate the reading public.Expressing an opinion in either direction, especially as a tech writer, leaves you open to claims of fanboism. The trouble is, whatever reasons you present, it all comes down to perso…Continue Reading HereI’m switching to the iPhone becauseā€¦.insert your own dubious reasonsimon hill – androidauthority.com
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