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what bloatware safe to remove?

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Default what bloatware safe to remove?

sorry didnt see the rules
nvm
 
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title for my rooted galaxy note 3 4.3
i removed tripadviser only
you can remove up to 650mb of bloatware. There is a tool to do it
 
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you can remove up to 650mb of bloatware. There is a tool to do it
what name
 
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what name

here you go:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2464694
 
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i just posted a reply there cuz idk what to do in reocveryt mode
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- Copy ZIP to your Device
- Power Off device then Boot Recovery (Power + Home + Volume Up)
- Flash the Zip
- Reboot and it will ask you: Root access possibly lost. Fix? Choose No
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