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By Windforce0511, Senior Member on 31st July 2017, 11:09 PM
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Hello everyone,
Galaxy A 2017 Series comes with much more bloatware than most other phones, it has apps preinstalled that some of us probably will never use.
Some of those apps may even run at boot and consume RAM and CPU. For this purpose I made a small very effective script and that will remove huge amount of applications. This script works on de-odexed and odexed ROMs and you can use it even for Marshmallow ROMs, so this is ALL-IN-ONE solution.
I created the script when Nougat came out and I use it all the time without any problems.
* You can easily edit script and add character ' # ' to exclude certain APP from deleting *


REMOVED STUFF:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...1jsbox-Nk/edit
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1st August 2017, 08:07 AM |#2  
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Thanks!

But wow that are alot removed Apps?!
And i assume you'r are running smooth with no errors, awesome!
7th August 2017, 04:14 PM |#3  
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Worked like a charm!
No side effects or cons so far.
7th August 2017, 06:32 PM |#4  
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warning on SM-320F Dual Sim
a lot of apps will have errors
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warning on SM-320F Dual Sim
a lot of apps will have errors

I have the SM-320F Dual Sim model and I didn't encounter any issues at all.
7th August 2017, 10:51 PM |#6  
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Instructions to use........it's ok I just flash it. All looks good.
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Tried on Nougat Sm-A510F. Seems fine. Thanks
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Thank you for your work.
10th August 2017, 11:48 AM |#9  
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Yes, thank you very much for the good job! Works perfect!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Windforce0511

Hello everyone,
Galaxy A 2017 Series comes with much more bloatware than most other phones, it has apps preinstalled that some of us probably will never use.
Some of those apps may even run at boot and consume RAM and CPU. For this purpose I made a small very effective script and that will remove huge amount of applications. This script works on de-odexed and odexed ROMs and you can use it even for Marshmallow ROMs, so this is ALL-IN-ONE solution.
I created the script when Nougat came out and I use it all the time without any problems.
* You can easily edit script and add character ' # ' to exclude certain APP from deleting *


REMOVED STUFF:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...1jsbox-Nk/edit

Can you tell what is the difference with Package Disabled app?
What I ask is :
Your script permanently erases apps from the system and frees space-probably good for speed and battery

Package Disabler stop apps from running but not erases them from system,
on the other hand is very convenient to enable them when you need and disable again.
Personally I use your applist but in Package Disabler.
I think that your script would be the best solution if it could create a backup folder with erased apps so I could restore them anytime I needed
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