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Default I need to seriously debloat an Xperia SP!

Hi, my mum has an Xperia SP and is having a lot of annoying problems with it like performance and memory issues. I think it would all be solved by debloating the phone. Is there a debloating guide or maybe even an app for the SP?

I would MUCH prefer to debloat the phone, but I would be willing to consider flashing another rom if necessary, but I don't know what roms support the SP.

Thanks, any help appreciated.
 
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Hi, my mum has an Xperia SP and is having a lot of annoying problems with it like performance and memory issues. I think it would all be solved by debloating the phone. Is there a debloating guide or maybe even an app for the SP?

I would MUCH prefer to debloat the phone, but I would be willing to consider flashing another rom if necessary, but I don't know what roms support the SP.

Thanks, any help appreciated.
How about you just look in the development section?
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To debloat the phone you need root permissions, idk if you rooted it... Then, download an root explorer, go to system/app and remove the apps that you don't need.
You can see the custom roms available in the development section.
 
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2785362
go to this thread and flash the zip..
but first root and deodex your device.
good luck brother..
 
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Debloating alone won't help much imo.

Better to unlock your bootloader and start fresh with a custom rom.
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