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[Q] Is there any way that I can delete redundant libraries from system?

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Default [Q] Is there any way that I can delete redundant libraries from system?

I have always wondered if I could just delete those unused libraries from SYSTEM's partitions, because it just annoys me to know that are files loaded on boot without any purpose.
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Which libraries were you thinking of, and how did you determine that they were "unused"?
 
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Well, most of them comes from preinstalled applications and up to now, I have discovered them just by searching within the APKs and then deleting them from the lib folder.

But now, I'm thinking about having this done with a script or an application since, sometimes, it can be really time consuming.
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Write a script (if you're prepared to go down this path, be prepared to do the research to learn how to do it).
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