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[Q] Uninstall Facebook Chrome Gmail etc..will it brick ur Device

25th August 2014, 09:19 AM |#1  
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Haiii just curious here...is there anyone have tried to uninstall preloaded apps like Facebook Chrome etc...because when there are update on Google Play automatically the update will store on device memory which i hate that when happened...and can we transfer the update into sd
 
 
25th August 2014, 02:13 PM |#2  
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Haiii just curious here...is there anyone have tried to uninstall preloaded apps like Facebook Chrome etc...because when there are update on Google Play automatically the update will store on device memory which i hate that when happened...and can we transfer the update into sd

Third party apps - no problem. Core system apps like systemui etc, then it gets bricked.

Don't quote me on this but i guess you can transfer them (built in app - updates) via titanium backup, however, the app might start acting abnormal.
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26th August 2014, 12:17 PM |#3  
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Haiii just curious here...is there anyone have tried to uninstall preloaded apps like Facebook Chrome etc...because when there are update on Google Play automatically the update will store on device memory which i hate that when happened...and can we transfer the update into sd

no never ever....they are all installed for ur conveniennce and u can remove them as desired...but dont messs up with system apps...for safety keep a nandroid backup ready before messing with syatem apps...thanx;
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26th August 2014, 01:06 PM |#4  
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Ok thanks guys...hopefully it won't bricked my phone
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Uninstalling these apps won't brick your device but if you want to get rid of that auto update problem then
Go to PlayStore>>Settings>>Auto Update Apps>>Select the option "Do not Auto-Update Apps.....
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