chaimzalman I think it is pretty clear. I am not sure if you've used it before, but in the part of the program that uninstalls apps, there are 7 options:
- Remove Browser (Highly Recommended!!!)
- Remove e-mail
- Remove Hotspot
- Remove FM Radio
- Remove Video
- Remove Text Messages
D. All Done, I don't want to remove any more apps.
It does not mention anything about preventing a factory reset, and if someone assumes it blocks factory reset, then it's his fault for assuming that it does something it doesn't claim to do. In fact, if the tool did do things that I never documented, like install a remote access trojan, or block factory reset, that would
Additionally, this was what I wrote in my very first post about this tool:
Biden2020prez It opens a batch file to help the user setup his phone on ADB (ADB is built-in to the application), and when the phone is connected, it opens a new batch file where the user can choose what he would like to remove from his phone.
Additionally, if someone reads through this thread, it will be very apparent what this tool does. I'm not sure why you bundle filter with blocking factory reset. Of course, that can be included in a filter, but that doesn't mean everything else is not a filter. Would you like me to add an option to uninstall settings just so I can call it a filter? Well, I don't plan on doing that anytime soon. Although I do plan or releasing the source code in case anyone wants to make their own fork, including a fork that merely changes the title from "filter" to something else.
You are welcome to call this tool anything you want. Not a problem. You can even put big warnings in this thread. But I don't have in my plans to put a big header that this "Doesn't block factory reset". In the meantime, you can bother [Login to see the link] that his Kosher Rom for the TCL Flip 2 does not block factory reset. And bother Tag that many of their filters don't block factory reset (I know, there is a difference between when the filter is removed with a factory reset and when it is not - my point is that you have the wrong definition of filter).