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    Which Pre Installed Apps are safe to uninstall, turn off, etc.

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    codesplice and KOLIO like this.
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    shouldn't matter too much. You can just replace the ATT apps with whatever TMO has.
     
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    I find that in general with removing apps, carrier and manufacturer specific ones (in this case T-Mobile and Samsung) are pretty safe to remove, it's the Google ones you've to be careful of
     
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    that's true in MOST cases but not all. Definitely don't remove any apps unless you know for a fact that its safe/not needed. You'll need to be rooted in order to remove bloat but you get the point....
     
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    Yes I do, and just main floor stuff tht I'm digging into... I'll check the basement later
     

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