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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by nickst2, Apr 28, 2012.

  1. nickst2

    nickst2 Member
    Thread Starter

    is there one list out there of apps that i can safely uninstall on my galaxy i9100.

    here is what I currently have running in the background and would love abit more battery life.

    # Go Launcher
    # Go Locker
    Root uninstaller pro
    google services
    Samsung IME

  2. lunatic59

    lunatic59 Moderati ergo sum

    Since you are rooted, it's safer to use Titanium Backup to freeze the apps you want to get rid of. That way if they do prove to be necessary, you can unfreeze them rather than having to reflash your phone back to stock (not factory reset, you'll need to find and flash a stock rom). After a while with them frozen, if everything is okay, you can permanently delete them if you want to.
  3. caloyzki

    caloyzki Android Enthusiast

    i dont have the purchased titanium backup yet. is a free version can delete, freeze unfreeze the apps? i want to delete some apps that i really dont need. or only works for paid version? ty
  4. nickst2

    nickst2 Member
    Thread Starter

    i think the free version only lets you delete
  5. nickst2

    nickst2 Member
    Thread Starter

    that link is very helpful. but ICS has more system bloatware, does the list still get updated?
  6. ironass

    ironass Extreme Android User

    Only the paid version of Titanium Backup allows you to freeze app's, particularly system app's.

    Do not delete system app's!

    For a step-by-step guide to using Titanium Backup to freeze app's and which app's are safe to freeze, see here.

    The list has not been updated for ICS as yet. However, where system app's are concerned, if in doubt... leave it out!
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