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Default Which bloat can we remove?

I was wondering what bloat-ware can we remove? I set the phone up now, and the last thing for me to do is delete the bloat...
 
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Are you rooted? Are you taking about disable or completely remove?

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I am and unlocked. I want to delete the stock junk. But I don't know what's safe h to delete
 
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Be careful about deleting files. You may want to just freeze any system apps you are thinking about deleting. That way you can unfreeze them for taking future updates.
 
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We will retain root and unlocked BL when we update from 4.4 right
 
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We will retain root and unlocked BL when we update from 4.4 right
Yes.. may need to flash twrp again but should be easy..
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