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Applications Safe To Remove

4th May 2012, 08:07 AM |#1  
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As per the SGS2 thread, it will be useful to log all bloatware apps that can be removed.

I've copied pulser's template from the SGS2 forum:

If you find applications which are safe to remove from the ROM, please post them here, along with what functionality is lost, including which "app" as it shows in the drawer, gets removed.

Please only post if you have actually tested it.

Spreadsheet Of Applications Removable

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...UE&pli=1#gid=0

Big thanks to 1234568 for his extensive list

p.s. I have locked the spreadsheet, if anyone requires access please PM me with your details and I'll add you to the edit list of the spreadsheet allowing you to make changes
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21st May 2012, 12:14 PM |#2  
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I can't wait for this really need it.
22nd May 2012, 01:29 AM |#3  
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If you mean this spreadsheet, then most of the "generic" apks should be the same across devices (for example the talk ones and system ones) I have also noticed that samsung keep app names across phones to some degree, as when researching (Or trying to) I found a lot of info about stuff from SGS1 related threads and such.

Just some food for though.

(I also need to extend it, been meaning to add CM7 and CM9 and samsung ICS to it </endOT>)
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Quote:
Originally Posted by winwiz

As per the SGS2 thread, it will be useful to log all bloatware apps that can be removed.

I've copied pulser's template from the SGS2 forum:

If you find applications which are safe to remove from the ROM, please post them here, along with what functionality is lost, including which "app" as it shows in the drawer, gets removed.

Please only post if you have actually tested it.

Spreadsheet Of Applications Removable

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...UE&pli=1#gid=0

How come the document title says "Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 ICS"
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30th May 2012, 06:46 PM |#5  
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How come the document title says "Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 ICS"

check again
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30th May 2012, 10:18 PM |#6  
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should be made a sticky as soon as possible
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1st June 2012, 06:49 AM |#7  
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Read here for apps safe to remove.
Test from many Omega users.
Also its safe to remove SyncmlDM.apk - SyncmlDS.apk - Dropbox.apk - DropboxOOBE.apk - FotaClient.apk - SlideShow.apk - SecWallpaperChooser.apk - voicetalk.apk - SecLiveWallpapersPicker.apk - SecGallery2.apk
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3rd June 2012, 12:05 AM |#8  
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Cheers Indie, maybe those could be also added to that spreadsheet
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Cheers Indie, maybe those could be also added to that spreadsheet

Agreed... be great to see them added. In order for all the columns to be filled in correctly though we need someone with a S3. Sadly that rules me out. Any takers? Be great to get spreadsheet up and running properly!
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Agreed... be great to see them added. In order for all the columns to be filled in correctly though we need someone with a S3. Sadly that rules me out. Any takers? Be great to get spreadsheet up and running properly!

I just got mine a few hours ago but id be willing to help out assuming some others done the same
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