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Can I use titanium backup to get rid if all this at&t bloat.

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By demass430, Senior Member on 2nd December 2013, 07:42 PM
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What the title says. I just want to get rid of all the at&t apps with titanium backup. Is this ok? I'm on ST and don't need or want any of them. Thanks

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yes - suggest you "freeze" them rather than delete
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Yes you can

Freezing them is giod than instead of deleting or removing it

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Freezing is the best option. Its hard to bring it back to stock if you delete them.
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Thanks everyone. Super fast responses!

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What if you have already deleted a bunch and froze others? Can you Factory Reset and go into stock recovery and wipe?
Would this put everything I deleted back or am I SOL?
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What if you have already deleted a bunch and froze others? Can you Factory Reset and go into stock recovery and wipe?
Would this put everything I deleted back or am I SOL?

Factory Data Reset does not restore deleted system apps. Until an odin/oneclick is released for MJ5, your best hope is getting the apks from a phone that is on MJ5. I'd hook you up but I'm happily rooted on MI9.
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Is there a list somewhere of apps that are safe to freeze?????
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did got you ? :/
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did got you ? :/

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