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I try to provide and maintain a universal tool which remove bloatwares on any Android phones. The main goal is to improve battery performance and privacy by limiting the number of preinstalled apps.
The script has a menu that lets you choose what debloat list(s) you want to use. I strongly encourage you to take a look at the lists because some apps are commented out by default. All packages are as well documented as possible in order to provide a better understanding of what you can delete or not.
This script should be safe with the default selection. The worse thing which could happen is preventing an essential system process to be loaded during boot causing then an unfortunate bootloop. After about 5 failed system boots, the phone will automatically reboot in recovery mode and you'll have to perform a FACTORY RESET.
In any case, you can NOT brick your device with this script ! That's the main thing, right ?
- Quick search among all the packages of your phone
- Uninstallation of system/user packages (manually or with the debloat lists)
- Reinstallation of system packages (manually or with the debloat lists)
- ADB backup (not really reliable, see the FAQ)
- Device brand detection and auto-selection of the appropriate manufacturer debloat list
- Logs in debloated_packages.txt and remaining_packages.txt.
- Installation of alternative open-source apps replacing stock apps (list in the WIKI section) (Not yet : WIP)
Universal debloat lists
- GFAM (Google/Facebook/Amazon/Microsoft)
- AOSP bloat
- Manufacturers bloat
- Mobile carriers bloat
- Miscellaneous bloat
Manufacturers debloat lists
Mobile carriers debloat lists
- French carriers : SFR / Orange / Free / Bouygues / Sosh
- US carriers : T-mobile / Verizon / AT&T / Sprint
- German carriers : Telekom