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Question [Q] Any way to automatically delete apps?

I have a psychotic need to delete unused apps on my phone (voice dialer, face unlock etc.).

I frequently update to the latest nightlies when I am on a specific rom. However every time I do so the rom will reinstall system apps that I delete because they are useless. To delete system apps I have to use an app which is annoying. Its not a major concern, just a bit of a nuisance.

Is there anyway to blacklist apps to automatically uninstall them when I update my nightlies? Thanks for your help.
 
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I have a psychotic need to delete unused apps on my phone (voice dialer, face unlock etc.).

I frequently update to the latest nightlies when I am on a specific rom. However every time I do so the rom will reinstall system apps that I delete because they are useless. To delete system apps I have to use an app which is annoying. Its not a major concern, just a bit of a nuisance.

Is there anyway to blacklist apps to automatically uninstall them when I update my nightlies? Thanks for your help.
You can delete the unwanted apps from the zip file before you flash it

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There's no way to "blacklist". Either you reuninstall the apps everytime or you don't update every nightly. Sorry about that

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