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Default Want to save more battry and Ram..

Its Very Easy....
1) Use Greenify (We All know About it)
Second Method Is Below.
>Go To
A)Settings
B)Apps
C)Click Any Apps And Select Any Pre Installed App
(Ex.. Google Play Games or Any other app which you Use Rarely)
Now click Disable To Disable It...
Tadaaa its Done.. Now Disable what u want And Save More Battry And Ram.
You Can Also Enable It. :beer:
 
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dont want to be an ass

but.......

being root you can delete those system apps like google music, movies, books, etc, all that crap bloatware

i believe if you restart the phone they will be active again, so it is better to delete them, also titanium backup can freeze those apps
 
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Using App Quarantine myself to disable unwanted apps.
If you are rooted you can even freeze apps that usually can not be frozen.
After a restart the apps remain frozen.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d....appquarantine
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dont want to be an ass

but.......

being root you can delete those system apps like google music, movies, books, etc, all that crap bloatware

i believe if you restart the phone they will be active again, so it is better to delete them, also titanium backup can freeze those apps
Itz For NoN Rooted User (Noob)

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i believe if you restart the phone they will be active again, so it is better to delete them, also titanium backup can freeze those apps
No, they will stay disabled even after OTA. Only factory reset brings them back.
Very good way for those without root.
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No, they will stay disabled even after OTA. Only factory reset brings them back.
Very good way for those without root.
so even if critical apps are disabled on stock , locked , unrooted xt1032, OTA will still be successful?
wont fail due to missing critical system apps?
 
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so even if critical apps are disabled on stock , locked , unrooted xt1032, OTA will still be successful?
wont fail due to missing critical system apps?
You can not disable critical system apps. Just try and you will see.
 
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You can disable apps same way from Android too, it is feature.

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what about disabling Google Services Framework?
is this a critical system app?
i am able to disable it.
 
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what about disabling Google Services Framework?
is this a critical system app?
i am able to disable it.
Then you kill play and bunch of other features, not a good idea.

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