I have an android device that doesn't start because it tries to activate carrier's network. Its out-of-contact CDMA mobile which was ported to another carrier. I accidentally did a reset and after that it always tried to activate carrier.
Currently when I connect it, I can see it as MTP Device, but I don't see the filesystem. Is it possible for me to go to the filesystem directly and remove possible apk files that cause this?
I am thinking of chroot-ing or something similar into the system and remove all the stuff that could trigger this activation. Do I need to use ADB shell or to connect to the device?