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Default Titanium Backup is unable to deactivate some services

I disabled some processes using Titanium Backup (eg. s finder, cloud data relay Samsung, Samsung push service, Knox, etc.) but I always find them among the active processes ...

How do I disable them permanently?

Even Greenify can not close them and remain among the app does not automatically hibernated ...
 
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Take a backup and completely uninstall them.

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If we no longer leave or go into bootloop how do I restore the ROM?
I have only the root and NOT TWRP to make the Nandroid backup
 
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Backup all apps with tb and reflasg stock afterwards. Then root and restore the titanium backups.

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Maybe I expressed myself badly.

I already have root.

I'm afraid that completely uninstalling some native applications samsung, may cause the phone so I can not restore the backup through titanium.

If the device goes into bootloop and I can not start titanium, how can I put the application is missing in the ROM?
 
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Flash stock firmware(or the vega one if u used that root, better keep the files) via odin and u will be okay

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So if you were to go haywire I can restore the device with the procedure VEGA odin.

THANK YOU!

Now I open a topic to see if someone has already tried to delete the files that I would like to eliminate

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