What is the best/safest way to get rid of preinstalled apps on a rooted tablet? My tablet came with some preinstalled apps for the Asian market that are of no use to me so I'd like to uninstall or delete them. They don't appear in Settings>Manage Applications so I'd have to do it from a command line or within a file manager running with superuser privileges. I'd assume since .apk files are essentially sandboxed, and these apps are NOT necessary system files, I should be able to just delete them. But I was wondering if there's a "startup apps" config somewhere I'd need to edit first if these things are getting launched in the background at startup? I'd hate to delete them and then have my tablet endlessly rebooting or hanging because it's looking for some startup app that is no longer there!