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[SCRIPT][TWRP] Stock ROM Debloat for KIW-L24, L22, L21 (kiwi)

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By deadman96385, Forum Moderator / Recognized Developer on 4th February 2016, 07:01 AM
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Disclaimer: I am not responsible for anything that happens as a result of flashing these files. You decided to flash this script.

This script removes a good chunk of the apps installed by Huawei and left over files like a bunch of NFC files.

The full list is as follows:
Air Sharing
Audio Auto Test
Magnifier
Huawei Swype
Huawei Backup
Huawei File manager
Huawei Sound Recorder
Huawei Theme manager
MMI Testing
System Debug
Huawei Floating Tasks
Huawei Floating Mms
Huawei Log collection service
Huawei MMI Test 5
Huawei Weather Clock
Huawei System Manager
Huawei Power Monitor
Period Check
Exchange 2
Email
Print Spooler
AOSP Live Wallpapers
MusicFX
TTS Files
Themes
Delete-able apps
All of the leftover nfc files
All google apps that can be downloaded from the playstore
Google Talkback

If you want to keep something you will need to edit the updater-script everything is labeled well.

Download:
https://goo.gl/q3t4tB
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Dope!!
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Worked great! thanks deadman
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Maybe it should be mentioned that you need TWRP to flash the zip file. Thanks for the efforts, though. I'm sort of dead in the water until I am able to get my unlock code.
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Maybe it should be mentioned that you need TWRP to flash the zip file. Thanks for the efforts, though. I'm sort of dead in the water until I am able to get my unlock code.

The title of the thread says [Script][TWRP] please read the entire thread before posting.
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The title of the thread says [Script][TWRP] please read the entire thread before posting.

LOL. Good point. Sorry about that. It just wasn't very obvious. I guess I got excited and jumped in.
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So, does this script removes the app that tries to police the background apps from running? I think it was protected apps under settings? If so.. awesome. we wont have to manually add them after install.
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Is it possible that if I was on one of the restricted battery profiles when I ran the debloat script that it could have stuck?

When I first got the phone I put it normal mode and found it pretty good. Even running the Google launcher. However, I have now unlocked the bootloader, installed twrp, rooted, installed MOAB ad blocker and debloated the phone feels slow and janky?!? I figured dumping all the bloat would help to speed it up some. Any suggestions or thoughts?

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Justin
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