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Hi everyone, I've managed to root my Kindle Fire HDX 7 13.3.2.3.2. I would like to know how do I permanently stop the Kindle apps such as email, calendar, app store and silk browser. I have no use for them as I'm using 3rd party apps to replace them.

Right now, whenever I force stop their services using 3rd party task manager such as GO task manager, those Kindle apps will still be running again and taking up the RAM usage.

Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
 
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Hi everyone, I've managed to root my Kindle Fire HDX 7 13.3.2.3.2. I would like to know how do I permanently stop the Kindle apps such as email, calendar, app store and silk browser. I have no use for them as I'm using 3rd party apps to replace them.

Right now, whenever I force stop their services using 3rd party task manager such as GO task manager, those Kindle apps will still be running again and taking up the RAM usage.

Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Try using titanium back up to freeze them.. If that does not have any adverse effects on your system . You can run backups on them and uninstall them.
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Try using titanium back up to freeze them.. If that does not have any adverse effects on your system . You can run backups on them and uninstall them.
Hey there! Thank you for your prompt reply. I tried it and I managed to freeze those apps and free up ~200mb of space.
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