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I recently rooted my HTC One (M8) so that I can get rid of the bloatware that the phone comes with. However, I seem to be unable to remove the apps. I used Root Uninstaller Pro, Titanium Backup, and going to system/app and system/priv-app using Root Explorer (then reboot), but they continue to come back on. Does anybody know how to permanently remove the bloatware? I am almost to the point that I would just back up the ROM and install a CyanogenMod 11 Nightly.

The Bloatware that I want to remove:
Amazon
Google Drive
Gmail
Kid Mode
Lookout Security
Parent Dashboard
Photos (Google)
Play Books
Play Movies and TV
Play Newsstand
POLARIS Office 5
Stocks
T-Mobile TV
(Possibly) T-Mobile Name ID
Visual Voicemail
Carrier IQ
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