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i rooted my phone.now how to uninstall unwanted apps ?

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congratulations for successfully rooted your phone!
get Link2SD app from playstore, install it. click here.. https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...m.buak.Link2SD
open the app, and choose any app you wanted to uninstall by holding the listed app there.
always be aware by not removing system app that can cause your phone fails in some processes.
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i rooted my phone.now how to uninstall unwanted apps ?

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Hi,

Link2Sd is a better one to uninstall unwanted apps.
But my suggestion is, use TITANIUM BACKUP pro, it requires ROOT. As you had rooted your phone, so you can easily use it.

It's a powerful tool, to simply uninstall in-built apps and unwanted apps, most importantly by using this app you can backup your entire phone's applications along with the data... you can restore them whenever you want.. JUST GIVE IT A TRY..

I'm also using the SAMSUNG GALAXY S DUOS GT S7562:
 
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congratulations for successfully rooted your phone!
get Link2SD app from playstore, install it. click here.. https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...m.buak.Link2SD
open the app, and choose any app you wanted to uninstall by holding the listed app there.
always be aware by not removing system app that can cause your phone fails in some processes.
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Hi,

Link2Sd is a better one to uninstall unwanted apps.
But my suggestion is, use TITANIUM BACKUP pro, it requires ROOT. As you had rooted your phone, so you can easily use it.

It's a powerful tool, to simply uninstall in-built apps and unwanted apps, most importantly by using this app you can backup your entire phone's applications along with the data... you can restore them whenever you want.. JUST GIVE IT A TRY..

I'm also using the SAMSUNG GALAXY S DUOS GT S7562:
thank you very much for spending your valuable time to reply here !!!! .....i will try them
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=48863120

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2583853

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2586084
 
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the easiest way is using re-explorer and delete an .apk in /system/app/, but pay attention NOT to delete any known system key apk, you can google and know if one .apk can be removed or not
 
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