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Safe Jelly Bean 4.3 Bloatwares Removable List

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3rd February 2014, 01:52 PM   |  #1  
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Hi All,

I just got my Tmobile Galaxy Note 2 rooted with Mr. Robinson's Rom on Jelly Bean 4.3

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1975560


Does anyone know which Jelly Bean 4.3 bloatwares are safe to remove and does NOT affect the phone performance?


Thank you very much for your help and info.
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4th February 2014, 05:14 PM   |  #2  
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Any help would be greatly appreciated,


Thank you
4th February 2014, 06:01 PM   |  #3  
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Hi All,

I just got my Tmobile Galaxy Note 2 rooted with Mr. Robinson's Rom on Jelly Bean 4.3
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1975560
Does anyone know which Jelly Bean 4.3 bloatwares are safe to remove and does NOT affect the phone performance?
Thank you very much for your help and info.

Hi,
Nowadays the term bloatware is different for different people.
I have deleted the following applications from my phone:

AccessTmobile_TMO.apk
AmazonShopping_TMO.apk
Books.apk
ChatON_MARKET.apk
com.mobitv.client.tmobiletvhd.apk
ContainerAgent.apk
ContainerAgent.odex
ContainerEventsRelayManager.apk
ContainerEventsRelayManager.odex
ECID-release_TMO.apk
gba-service-TMO-Signed.apk
HelpHub.apk
HelpHub.odex
Highlight_TMO.apk
KLMSAgent.apk
KLMSAgent.odex
Magazines.apk
NFSMWLauncher_TMO.apk
PlayGames.apk
PlusOne.apk
SamsungApps.apk
SamsungAppsUNA3.apk
SamsungBooks_HD.apk
SamsungGames_HD_oldkey.apk
SamsungHub_land.apk
SamsungHubUpdater.apk
SamsungLink18.apk
SamsungMusic10P.apk
Samsungservice.apk
SamsungVideoLITE.apk
SamsungWidget_ActiveApplication.apk
SamsungWidget_ActiveApplication.odex
SamsungWidget_FavoriteApp.apk
SamsungWidget_FavoriteApp.odex
SPPPushClient_Prod.apk
SSuggest_J_DeviceOnly.apk
TMServerApp.apk
TMServerApp.odex
Videos.apk
YahoonewsDaemon.apk
YahoonewsDaemon.odex
YahoonewsWidget.apk
YahoonewsWidget.odex
YahoostockDaemon.apk
YahoostockDaemon.odex
YahoostockWidget.apk
YahoostockWidget.odex
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5th February 2014, 12:19 AM   |  #4  
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Originally Posted by ciphercodes

Hi,
Nowadays the term bloatware is different for different people.
I have deleted the following applications from my phone:

AccessTmobile_TMO.apk
AmazonShopping_TMO.apk
Books.apk
ChatON_MARKET.apk
com.mobitv.client.tmobiletvhd.apk
ContainerAgent.apk
ContainerAgent.odex
ContainerEventsRelayManager.apk
ContainerEventsRelayManager.odex
ECID-release_TMO.apk
gba-service-TMO-Signed.apk
HelpHub.apk
HelpHub.odex
Highlight_TMO.apk
KLMSAgent.apk
KLMSAgent.odex
Magazines.apk
NFSMWLauncher_TMO.apk
PlayGames.apk
PlusOne.apk
SamsungApps.apk
SamsungAppsUNA3.apk
SamsungBooks_HD.apk
SamsungGames_HD_oldkey.apk
SamsungHub_land.apk
SamsungHubUpdater.apk
SamsungLink18.apk
SamsungMusic10P.apk
Samsungservice.apk
SamsungVideoLITE.apk
SamsungWidget_ActiveApplication.apk
SamsungWidget_ActiveApplication.odex
SamsungWidget_FavoriteApp.apk
SamsungWidget_FavoriteApp.odex
SPPPushClient_Prod.apk
SSuggest_J_DeviceOnly.apk
TMServerApp.apk
TMServerApp.odex
Videos.apk
YahoonewsDaemon.apk
YahoonewsDaemon.odex
YahoonewsWidget.apk
YahoonewsWidget.odex
YahoostockDaemon.apk
YahoostockDaemon.odex
YahoostockWidget.apk
YahoostockWidget.odex

thanks alot for the list
look like you are the only who has knowledge about these bloatwares.
After you deleted them, have you noticed any unstability, bad performance, slow down, or anything?

Thank you very much
5th February 2014, 01:41 AM   |  #5  
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thanks alot for the list
look like you are the only who has knowledge about these bloatwares.
After you deleted them, have you noticed any unstability, bad performance, slow down, or anything?

Thank you very much

Yes, battery life has improved as some of the application do run in the background.
No performance issue since these are not system applications but placed under /system/app by Samsung/T-mobile.
5th February 2014, 05:29 PM   |  #6  
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Yes, battery life has improved as some of the application do run in the background.
No performance issue since these are not system applications but placed under /system/app by Samsung/T-mobile.

Hmm, I opened ES File Explorer app, and I went to /system/app
I've tried to delete the following:

Tmobiletv...
YahoonewsWidget.apk
YahoonewsWidget.odex
YahoostockDaemon.apk
YahoostockDaemon.odex

but all of them said "read-only file system"
what's going on?


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5th February 2014, 08:06 PM   |  #7  
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Originally Posted by mygalaxynote2

Hmm, I opened ES File Explorer app, and I went to /system/app
I've tried to delete the following:

Tmobiletv...
YahoonewsWidget.apk
YahoonewsWidget.odex
YahoostockDaemon.apk
YahoostockDaemon.odex

but all of them said "read-only file system"
what's going on?
Thanks

You will have to mount the system/app directory in read-write mode. I am not using ES file explorer but in FX file explorer its the lock icon on top just tap it remounts the system in read-write mode.

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