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SimonTS

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You've been here 2 years dude!

Learn to use the search function
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Don't expect other people to do your work for you

Hint:- Search for the US device forum and ask them the question after you've searched their threads to make sure there is not already an answer or a similar thread.
 
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I.R.Chevy

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i have a verizon US model SGIII,WHAT IS SAFE TO REMOVE AFTER I ROOT IT?,PLEASE SEND ME A LINK TO us FORUM?
THANKYOU

Make a nandroid backup and start removing stuff. Trial and error.
A lesson learned hard is a lesson learned well.

It took me a long time to figure out how far I could strip my rom down without causing problems with one thing or the other.

Pin it to Win it.
 
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La Bonita

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Is it the general consensus here that Nandroid is better for this purpose than Titanium? I would think that Nandroid is a bit much for just backing up and removing a handful of apps, when it comes to doing the restore.
 
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    try 2 remove other apps .... try to use titanium back up or root uninstaller.. of course make back up first.. or try custom rom :angel:
    How about you try to type in a normal font like everyone else Mr. I got to be special and stand out.....HAHHAHAHAHAHA
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    You've been here 2 years dude!

    Learn to use the search function
    Don't SHOUT
    Don't expect other people to do your work for you

    Hint:- Search for the US device forum and ask them the question after you've searched their threads to make sure there is not already an answer or a similar thread.
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    i have a verizon US model SGIII,WHAT IS SAFE TO REMOVE AFTER I ROOT IT?,PLEASE SEND ME A LINK TO us FORUM?
    THANKYOU

    Make a nandroid backup and start removing stuff. Trial and error.
    A lesson learned hard is a lesson learned well.

    It took me a long time to figure out how far I could strip my rom down without causing problems with one thing or the other.

    Pin it to Win it.
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    Is it the general consensus here that Nandroid is better for this purpose than Titanium? I would think that Nandroid is a bit much for just backing up and removing a handful of apps, when it comes to doing the restore.