Here are all of the bloatware I have safely removed after rooting with Kingo (Saferoot also works). It's almost up to 500 MB total! Since this phone only has 1.27 GB of internal ROM available to start, that is a huge chunk. Also freeing some of these apps, allows more RAM for active apps, I get a little over 400 MB used after rebooting. The easiest way is to use "ES File Explorer" free from the market after rooting, and copy the files to an SDCARD or save to your PC in case you want something back later. Use the "Root Explorer" feature, also make sure to tap the setting to bring up the RW mount option and mount /system in Read-Write mode. The list (as of version MetroPCS-MS65910C or TMobile-P65910B): /system/3rdparty/* /system/apps/bootup/* /system/media/* (Keep only what you want & use) /system/app (.apk & .odex): Books.* ChromeBookmarksSyncAdapter.* ChromeWithBrowser.* ECID-release.* Gallerybin.* (Quickpic is way better) Gmail.* GMS_Maps.* GoogleDrive.* GoogleTTS.* Hangouts.* LGBackupbin.* LGBrowser_JB.* (Chrome or Opera is better) LGEIMEbin.* (Install another keyboard first) LGEmailbin.* LGHome3_Theme_* (Install another launcher first) LGOnScreenPhone3_JB.* LGSetupWizard_JB.* LGSetupWizardApp.* Magazines.* Memobin.* MemoWidgetbin.* MetroAppStore.1.8.1.* MobilePosse_MetroPCS-release.* Music2.* MyMetro.* PhotoAlbumWidgetbin.* PlayGames.* PlusOne.* QMemobin.* Rhapsody.* StreamingPlayerbin.* Street.* Tasksbin.* UniMessagebin.* Velvet.* VidClipbin.* Videos.* Videosbin.* VuTalkbin.* VVM-release-MPCS.* WeatherMultiCPbin.* YouTube.* Most of these apps have updates from the Play Store anyway, so the version in /system/app will just be sitting there taking up space. Except the LG* & QMemo, if you like something, just keep it, the list is what I have removed & still have a fully functioning phone. A tip for adventurers trying to remove other stuff, make sure you turn on Debugging Mode in Developer options, in case the phone doens't boot up right, you can plug it into PC & use 'adb' to restore files. I almost bricked my phone modifying /system/build.prop (be careful!), had to use LG Mobile Tool on my PC to re-flash the whole 650 MB stock ROM.