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By Marshmellow92, Senior Member on 26th March 2014, 08:08 AM
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How can i debloat my galaxy s4? its rooted and i have Safestrap, however im running stock firmware not a custom rom.
 
 
26th March 2014, 08:53 AM |#2  
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Try Hyperdrive, it's better than stock.

Or just use titanium backup to freeze whatever you don't want - freezing hides from app drawer/etc.
26th March 2014, 09:49 AM |#3  
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Last time I used hyper drive battery was ****. Well not very well compared to stock.

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26th March 2014, 10:06 AM |#4  
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Last time I used hyper drive battery was ****. Well not very well compared to stock.

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Well some people use a one click debloater that can be found in these forums.. I prefer to do it myself though using Titanium Backup. Its a good idea though to " freeze " the apps your looking to get rid of first then run your phone for a few days to make sure everything still works good. Then you can uninstall them. Or at least back them up to your external SD card before uninstalling. There's also lists on here that people made of everything they've safely removed. Good luck!

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Last time I used hyper drive battery was ****. Well not very well compared to stock.

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I go 36 hrs to 48hrs between charging. ..safestrap running hd15...

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Yea Hyperdrive never treated me wrong either. Usually people just need manage their apps/widgets better.

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27th March 2014, 08:33 AM |#7  
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I go 36 hrs to 48hrs between charging. ..safestrap running hd15...

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Yea Hyperdrive never treated me wrong either. Usually people just need manage their apps/widgets better.

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nvm. i am getting very good life now. i just tested getting a bunch of stuff and then reinstalled with very little stuff and i actually like it better with the litlle stuff and works great. Thanks!
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Yea Hyperdrive never treated me wrong either. Usually people just need manage their apps/widgets better.

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yep...loading up everything under the sun is insane
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