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17th May 2014, 04:52 PM   |  #1  
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hi all im having rooted s3 stock rom and kinda battery goes down faster than usual.ive found safe to remove list of apps and little scare to do something..im thiking if there is any stock stripped rom kitkat so i donthave to worry about anything??
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hi all im having rooted s3 stock rom and kinda battery goes down faster than usual.ive found safe to remove list of apps and little scare to do something..im thiking if there is any stock stripped rom kitkat so i donthave to worry about anything??
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Why not try flashing the Debloat tool after doing a backup of your current setup. That way if you don't like the result you can restore it. Or, a novel idea, post this question in the thread you found the list in...

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i didnt knew there is debload tool ..can u link me pls??
and thanks alot for the help
17th May 2014, 05:18 PM   |  #4  
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Why not try flashing the Debloat tool after doing a backup of your current setup. That way if you don't like the result you can restore it. Or, a novel idea, post this question in the thread you found the list in...

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i didnt knew there is debload tool ..can u link me pls??
and thanks alot for the help
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i didnt knew there is debload tool ..can u link me pls??
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2742937

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No matter how the question is worded, these still careen to best-rom threads.

The best rom for your particular description is the one you ultimately find and use. Search the development forums, read the OP of each, and I am certain you will find the one that fits your needs. Thread closed.
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