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Question Bloatwares / Unwanted Apps Removal

Since i hv rooted my Xperia L, which unwanted app or bloatwares can i remove safely ?

can i remove the following apps ?

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You can remove all the apps listed
(Just make a backup in case you want to go back)

You can also remove all other apps listed here
 
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I have removed all of those u have listed plus Some u didnt. Have bo problems with Phone

Wysłane z mojego Xperia L przy użyciu Tapatalka
 
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I have removed all of those u have listed plus Some u didnt. Have bo problems with Phone

Wysłane z mojego Xperia L przy użyciu Tapatalka
Did you have a backup?
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nope why should i ? i have also removed all google crap except market ofc and livewallpapers, i dont need them. i also removed small apps and weather widget. the only widget i use is the stock clock. i used it also on x8, its cool at last i think that ^^ i think i relased about 500mb deleting all the apps. it took me about 30min or so ^^ i used titanium backup since i trust it the most; and like i said i dont have any problems with phone. it may be cause i know what apps should remove and which i shouldnt lets say its hmm build in my brain
 
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nope why should i ? i have also removed all google crap except market ofc and livewallpapers, i dont need them. i also removed small apps and weather widget. the only widget i use is the stock clock. i used it also on x8, its cool at last i think that ^^ i think i relased about 500mb deleting all the apps. it took me about 30min or so ^^ i used titanium backup since i trust it the most; and like i said i dont have any problems with phone. it may be cause i know what apps should remove and which i shouldnt lets say its hmm build in my brain
O srry i've read your last post wrong. I thought you had problems
 
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Since i hv rooted my Xperia L, which unwanted app or bloatwares can i remove safely ?

can i remove the following apps ?

Xperia Privilege
Xperia Link
Voice Search
Voice Dialer
Track ID
Sony Select
Sony Music
Sony LIV
Smart Connect
Play Movies
Play Magazines
Play Games
Play Books
Notes
News & Weather
Neo Reader
Navigation
Movie Studio
Maps
Local
Google Talk / Hnagout
Google+
Gmail
Email


Yes you can uninstall all you listed apps. but keep the following apps:
Play Movies
Play Magazines
Play Games
Play Books

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