Question regarding Root App Delete
I decided to be proactive today and disable/remove some bloatware that cannot be tamed with Gemini App Manager. After a brief search, I decided to install Root App Delete. To play it safe, I decided to use its Safe Mode under the Systems Apps button. Among the first app I tried disabling were Google+ and Google Play [magazines/books/music]. After disabling these apps, I launched Gemini App Manager only to see these apps still running. (They are like cockroaches - almost impossible to kill.)
So, I fired up Root App Delete and selected Pro Mode, in order to permanently delete these apps. The problem is that I could not find them in the list of apps. So, I again tried Safe Mode and re-enabled them, figuring that perhaps disabled apps could not be accessed from Pro Mode. Problem is that I still cannot find these apps listed when using Pro Mode. I tried killing Root App Delete and restarting it, but that did not help either. I also restarted the phone, but that did not help either.
Is this user error or a bug?
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 on Sprint