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Question [Q] Deleting built in apps in htc desire 816 dual

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Any body know how We can delete built in apps in htc desire 816 dual, every time i delete it comes back when device restarting, any help???
 
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I guess the only way to delete them permanently is by root
 
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Any body know how We can delete built in apps in htc desire 816 dual, every time i delete it comes back when device restarting, any help???
If your phone is rooted, then Titanium Backup or Root Delete or /system/app/delete app from the playstore are the best. If not rooted, you cant do anything, unfortunately.
 
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If your phone is rooted, then Titanium Backup or Root Delete or /system/app/delete app from the playstore are the best. If not rooted, you cant do anything, unfortunately.
I installed the app to remove but when i tried to remove the device restarting and start optimizing apps again
 
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Which app are you using to delete the apps. Some versions of Titanium backup may not work. So use root delete app or /system/app mover app.

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I have tried this as well, using paid version of Root Explorer and TB PRO. Unable to delete system apps.
I am thinking that this maybe because of the S-ON that we have.

As of now, I cannot delete bloatwares inside the system app.
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Did u use the system write disable mod in the original development forum... Use that and u will be able to have most of the features like that of s-off.... Before this mod i couldn't permanently delete the apps and couldn't install some of the apps like adaway xposed etc... Using this mod disables the system write protection... So we can enjoy most of the benefits of s-off.....

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