Bloat software?

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  1. blade111

    blade111 Member

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    Is there a list of apps or running services that are safe to remove from the S7? What about the talk app? What would that effect if that was removed cause I dont use it?

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    I was able to remove Twitroid using Titanium Backup. You need to be careful or you will brick your device and then you will need to flash a new ROM.
     
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    Yeah, thats all I removed so far was Twitroid.
     
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    I have removed....

    -Email
    -Twitroid
    -All of the emotion apps
    -Huawei and android keyboard
    -Huawei Home
    -File manager
    -Talk (do not remove talk services, your device will freeze)

    There are more I'm sure but since I don't have them I am not sure what I removed, ask about a specific app and I'll let you know if I have safely removed it.
     
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    Out of curiosity, what did you replace the keyboard with?
     
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    Here is a list of what I have removed with no ill effects at all:
    VisualizationWallpapers.odex
    VisualizationWallpapers.apk
    Twidroid.apk
    SystemTutorial.odex
    SystemTutorial.apk
    LiveWallpapersPicker.odex
    LiveWallpapersPicker.apk
    LiveWallpapers.odex
    LiveWallpapers.apk
    FileManager.odex
    FileManager.apk
    FacebookHUAWEIPreview.apk
    EmotionWeather.odex
    EmotionWeather.apk
    EmotionVideoWidget.odex
    EmotionVideoWidget.apk
    EmotionRSSReader.odex
    EmotionRSSReader.apk
    EmotionPhotoWidget.odex
    EmotionPhotoWidget.apk
    EmotionPhotoAlbumWidget.odex
    EmotionPhotoAlbumWidget.apk
    EmotionMemo.odex
    EmotionMemo.apk
    EmotionEvents.odex
    EmotionEvents.apk
    EmotionClockWidget.odex
    EmotionClockWidget.apk
    EmotionCalendar.odex
    EmotionCalendar.apk
    EmotionBookmarksWidget.odex
    EmotionBookmarksWidget.apk
    Email.odex
    Email.apk
     
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    Justdroid, thanks for the detailed list of what you were able to successfully removed.

    What's your best guess of the space saving?

    When you boot up, how many apps show up in your Tasks window?

    Thanks,
    D
     
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    Here was my original post: http://www.androidtablets.net/forum...ce-moving-few-files-system-app.html#post22335
    Market, Gmail and Calendar run automatically on reboot as well as some of the apps I have installed (i.e.: SetCPU, No Lock, SuperUser, etc.)

    I am not sure the full amount of memory savings but it was about 15 Megs (rough size of my app.removed folder)
     
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    Hi SikYou all the links for that keyboard don't work.
    Do you have any other?

    Sent from my sdk using Android Tablet Forum App
     
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    pa49,

    FYI - Just a data point - his links are working for me on a Win7 machine & my S7 - though the site wants you to download a download manager app or wait (no thanks). Service provider or security software issue perhaps?
     
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    I was able to download both keyboards, gingerbread worked, droid x wouldn't install, parse error.

    Sent from my sdk using Android Tablet Forum App
     
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    Assume your S7 is rooted. The referenced thread also says to remove a specific system file (assume you did that) plus it refers to an LCD density changer app but its hard to tell from thread discussion the relevancy to making the 3rd party keyboard apps functional.

    Sent from my Ideos S7
     
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    Gingerbread one worked no problem, didn't need the LCD density app, or remove the file. Removed the file, but the Droid x wouldn't install. Replaced file, typing on gingerbread KB now. Yes, rooted, but shouldn't matter for gingerbread.

    Sent from my sdk using Android Tablet Forum App
     
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    Hey guys, I just tested both links and they are both working fine from my s7, I will upload both somewhere else when i get a chance.

    Sent from my Ideos S7
     

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