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    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    Great list. Been wanting to get rid of some of this @#$% for a while. Finally had the time and motivation to do so.
    If X were here, he would have tried to talk things out first. Unfortunately for you, X isn't here.
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    Recheck OP for updated info...
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    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    Quote Originally Posted by Lucho Bravo View Post
    Thank you TigerDave! Another thing that happened as a message: Unfortunately the process com.google.process.gaps has stopped. Later, I tried to download a file from google store, and it would not find it. I started to freak out, but did a quick search and someone pointed at the download service as the culprit. In addition, there was another file mentioned. I defrosted all of the google files (play books, magazines, etc.), and thank G it seems to be working well, much speedier than before the issue. I will look into your advice and see if it affects me. Thanks again bud.
    You actually must have removed the wrong "Downloads 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7"...there are two that show up with the same name when you use Titanium Backup, even though they are named differently in the root system/app folder...one is a simple graphical user interface that allows you to access files after they are downloaded through the stock browser; it is the app that appears in your app tray as a circle with a green arrow pointing downward. This GUI app can be removed with no problems whatsoever, but the other "Downloads 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7" is a necessary system app used for Google Play downloading of apps/update notifications. If you uninstall the latter, it will indeed cause F/C's related to Gapps. I added a note in the OP to prevent this confusion in the future.

    Cheers! :-)

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  4. Thread Author  Thread Author    #29  

    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    Quote Originally Posted by TigerDave View Post
    Update: I followed the directions and first wiped the data before uninstalling the apps and system services (well, most of them, at least -- I kept some that I wanted to use).

    My Phone froze for about a minute, became unresponsive, and then self-rebooted.

    So I restored my Recovery Backup.

    My 2nd attempt was to just FREEZE the apps in the list. Same results. One of the processes that VegasRooted listed is making my phone unhappy and unstable when either removed or frozen. It's going to take me a while to pinpoint which one. Not sure what the best method is to track down the culprit other than defrosting each, one at a time.
    This is why I included in the OP the following disclaimer from day one: "Keep in mind that I remove ALL of these apps AT THE SAME TIME using Titanium Backup; I go down the list, wipe data on each, then delete the APK & Odex of each...some of them are dependent on each other, so if you remove only a portion of them, your results may vary..."

    Cheers! :-)

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    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    Thanks for the huge list, but I have a question
    Since I'm using some features you have disabled, I can't just follow this guide . So, I like to know what the app does, before I remove it. For the most of them, I have an idea. But for some, I really have no clue. Apps like:
    Enterprise SysScope Service 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7
    Enterprise VPS Services 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7
    Enterprise Permissions 1.0
    HTML Viewer 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7
    Kies via Wi-Fi 2.0.0
    Market Feedback Agent 4.1.1-438695
    MAPServiceSamsung 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7
    OmaDrmPopup 1.0

    and so on. Is there a list with a discription of some sort? So that I can further clean my galaxy S3?

    Thanks anyway
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    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    Quote Originally Posted by Amstroid View Post
    Thanks for the huge list, but I have a question
    Since I'm using some features you have disabled, I can't just follow this guide . So, I like to know what the app does, before I remove it. For the most of them, I have an idea. But for some, I really have no clue. Apps like:
    Enterprise SysScope Service 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7
    Enterprise VPS Services 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7
    Enterprise Permissions 1.0
    HTML Viewer 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7
    Kies via Wi-Fi 2.0.0
    Market Feedback Agent 4.1.1-438695
    MAPServiceSamsung 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7
    OmaDrmPopup 1.0

    and so on. Is there a list with a discription of some sort? So that I can further clean my galaxy S3?

    Thanks anyway
    i second this!
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  7. #32  

    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    Good evening! Read ur article very helpful thank you. I did want to ask how you went about rooting your galaxy s3. What apps you used or what the steps were, I really have no use for 80% of the stock apps. You sound like you know what you're doing and your help would be great! Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biancapena View Post
    Good evening! Read ur article very helpful thank you. I did want to ask how you went about rooting your galaxy s3. What apps you used or what the steps were, I really have no use for 80% of the stock apps. You sound like you know what you're doing and your help would be great! Thanks!
    Do you have a SPRINT Galaxy S3? Not another carrier version, not an international version, but Sprint? If so, this is by far the easiest root method available. But if your phone is NOT a Sprint GS3, then ignore this and go to the rooting forum for your carrier.

    [GUIDE] UPDATED: How to Root Your Sprint Galaxy S3

    I would suggest reading the entire thread, then going back to the first post and following the instructions.
    PLEASE, when asking for help provide as much information as possible. We can't help unless we know what the symptoms are and what you did before they began.

    LG G3 on Sprint. [Stumped and Bumped, Debloated, Startup apps managed, Trickster, Nova Prime, Swiftkey, G3 Tweakbox]--> Runs smooth as silk, now.
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    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    Here's my list of apps I've had frozen for the past two months. Yes, I have not removed them. I simply froze them using Titanium Backup. And so far so good!

    The only one I've ever had to "defrost" was the one time I was messing around with the alarm clock's "briefing" function. I had to temporarily defrost the text-to-speech "Samsung TTS (com.samsung.SMT)", otherwise the phone wouldn't be able to talk.

    Tip -- The way I was able to export this list, was by doing the following in Titanium Backup: Backup/Restore > Click to edit filters > Filter by temperature: Frozen > (check mark) > Menu button > Send data... > List of all apps > Gmail. Then I emailed it to myself. Good list to keep handy in case I ever make changes.


    1. AllShare Cast 1.0 (com.sec.android.widgetapp.allsharecast)
    2. AllShare Play 1.0.1983 (com.sec.pcw)
    3. AllShare Service 1.0.0 (com.sec.android.allshare.framework)
    4. AvrcpServiceSamsung 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7 (com.samsung.avrcp)
    5. Bluetooth share 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7 (com.android.bluetooth)
    6. Bubbles 1.0 (com.android.noisefield)
    7. Calendar widget 1.0 (com.sec.android.widgetapp.SPlannerAppWidget)
    8. CapabilityManagerService 2.4.0 (com.sec.android.service.cm)
    9. ChatON 1.10.4 (com.sec.chaton)
    10. Clock (funky) 1.0 (com.sec.android.widgetapp.analogclockunique)
    11. Clock (modern) 1.0 (com.sec.android.widgetapp.analogclocksimple)
    12. com.samsung.app.playreadyui 1.0.0 (com.samsung.app.playreadyui)
    13. com.samsung.InputEventApp 1.0.0 (com.samsung.InputEventApp)
    14. com.sec.android.app.wfdbroker 1.0.0 (com.sec.android.app.wfdbroker)
    15. ContextAwareService 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7 (com.sec.android.contextaware)
    16. Deep sea 1.0 (com.samsung.android.livewallpaper.deepsea)
    17. DirectShareManager 2.0.3 (com.sec.android.directshare)
    18. DRM Protected Content Storage 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7 (com.android.providers.drm)
    19. Dual clock (analog) 1.0 (com.sec.android.widgetapp.dualclockanalog)
    20. Email 4.0 (com.android.email)
    21. Enterprise SysScope Service 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7 (com.android.server.device.enterprise)
    22. Enterprise VPN Services 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7 (com.android.server.vpn.enterprise)
    23. EnterprisePermissions 1.0 (com.sec.enterprise.permissions)
    24. Face Unlock 4.1.1-438695 (com.android.facelock)
    25. Favorite apps 1.0 (com.sec.android.favoriteappwidget)
    26. Favorite Contacts 1.1 (com.sec.android.widgetapp.favoriteswidget)
    27. FWUpgrade 1.2.0 (com.sec.android.fwupgrade)
    28. Game Hub 2.1.0 (com.sec.android.app.gamehub)
    29. Google Bookmarks Sync 4.1.1-438695 (com.google.android.syncadapters.bookmarks)
    30. Google Play Books 2.5.83 (com.google.android.apps.books)
    31. Google Play Magazines 1.0 (com.google.android.apps.magazines)
    32. Google Play Movies & TV 2.1.9 (com.google.android.videos)
    33. Google Play Music 4.3.606.400990 (com.google.android.music)
    34. Google Search 1.0 (android.googleSearch.googleSearchWidget)
    35. Google+ 3.2.2.38469528 (com.google.android.apps.plus)
    36. Help 1.0 (com.samsung.helphub)
    37. Helv Neue S 1.0 (com.monotype.android.font.helvneuelt)
    38. HTML Viewer 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7 (com.android.htmlviewer)
    39. Internet 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7 (com.android.browser)
    40. Kies Air 2.2.211081 (com.samsung.swift.app.kiesair)
    41. Luminous dots 1.0 (com.samsung.android.livewallpaper.luminousdots)
    42. MAPServiceSamsung 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7 (com.samsung.map)
    43. Market Feedback Agent 4.1.1-438695 (com.google.android.feedback)
    44. Media Hub 1.6.0(LI0D, 1107480) (com.samsung.mediahub)
    45. Mobile print 1.6.1.0803 (com.sec.android.app.mobileprint)
    46. More Services 1.0 (com.sec.android.app.moreservices)
    47. Music Hub 30.2012.10.01.22 (com.samsung.music)
    48. Music Player 5.0.5 (com.sec.android.app.music)
    49. MusicFX 1.4 (com.android.musicfx)
    50. My Files 1.0.0 (com.sec.android.app.myfiles)
    51. News Daemon(EUR) 120911.01 (com.sec.android.daemonapp.ap.yahoonews)
    52. OmaDrmPopup 1.0 (com.sec.android.drmpopup)
    53. PickupTutorial 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7 (com.android.pickuptutorial)
    54. Remote Controls 4.30 (com.sec.pcw.device)
    55. RoseEUKor 1.0 (com.monotype.android.font.rosemary)
    56. S Memo 12.02.07.4816 (com.sec.android.widgetapp.diotek.smemo)
    57. S Memo 12.02.07.4816 (com.sec.android.provider.smemo)
    58. S Suggest 3.2.47 (com.tgrape.android.radar)
    59. Samsung account 1.3.019 (com.osp.app.signin)
    60. Samsung Apps 2.8.026 (com.sec.android.app.samsungapps)
    61. Samsung Backup 1.0 (com.sec.android.sCloudBackupApp)
    62. Samsung Backup Provider 1.1 (com.sec.android.sCloudBackupProvider)
    63. Samsung Browser SyncAdapter 1.0 (com.sec.android.sCloudSyncBrowser)
    64. Samsung Calendar SyncAdapter 1.0 (com.sec.android.sCloudSyncCalendar)
    65. Samsung Cloud Data Relay 1.4.10r7 (com.sec.android.sCloudRelayData)
    66. Samsung Contact SyncAdapter 1.0 (com.sec.android.sCloudSyncContacts)
    67. Samsung keyboard 1.0 (com.sec.android.inputmethod)
    68. Samsung Push Service 1.1.2 (com.sec.spp.push)
    69. Samsung SMemo SyncAdapter 1.0 (com.sec.android.sCloudSyncSMemo)
    70. Samsung Syncadapters 2.1.5 (com.sec.android.sCloudSync)
    71. Samsung TTS (com.samsung.SMT)
    72. SamsungAppsUNA2 2.0.35 (com.sec.android.app.samsungapps.una2)
    73. SASlideShow 1.0 (com.sec.android.saslideshow)
    74. Setup Wizard 1.3 (com.google.android.setupwizard)
    75. ShareShotService 1.0 (com.samsung.shareshot)
    76. SIM Toolkit 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7 (com.android.stk)
    77. Simple alarm clock 1.0 (com.sec.android.widgetapp.alarmclock)
    78. Smart Device Manager 3.3.2 (com.locationlabs.v3client)
    79. SmartcardService 2.3.2 (org.simalliance.openmobileapi.service)
    80. SNS 1.1.0 (com.sec.android.app.sns3)
    81. Sprint Connections Optimizer 1.3.534 (com.birdstep.android.cm)
    82. Sprint Installer 2.2.3 (com.sprint.ce.updater)
    83. Sprint Zone 4.1.14 (com.sprint.zone)
    84. Stock Daemon(EUR) 120917.01 (com.sec.android.daemonapp.ap.yahoostock.stockclock)
    85. SysScope 1.1.15 (com.sec.android.app.sysscope)
    86. Tags 1.1 (com.android.apps.tag)
    87. Talk 4.1.1-438695 (com.google.android.talk)
    88. TalkBack 3.2.1 (com.google.android.marvin.talkback)
    89. Try panning 1.0 (com.sec.android.motions.settings.panningtutorial)
    90. USB settings 1.0 (com.sec.android.Kies)
    91. VPN Client 2.6.1 (com.ipsec.vpnclient)
    92. VpnDialogs 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7 (com.android.vpndialogs)
    93. Wallet 1.5-R81-v4 (com.google.android.apps.walletnfcrel)
    94. Wi-Fi Direct 1.0 (com.sec.android.app.FileShareClient)
    95. Wi-Fi Direct share 1.0 (com.sec.android.app.FileShareServer)
    96. Windy weather 1.0 (com.sec.ccl.csp.app.secretwallpaper.themetwo)
    97. Yahoo! Finance 120917.01 (com.sec.android.widgetapp.ap.yahoostock.stockclock)
    98. Yahoo! News 12.10.08.02 (com.sec.android.widgetapp.ap.yahoonews)

    Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (Sprint)
    Asus/Google Nexus 7 FHD (2nd Gen.) 32GB

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    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    If I'm just freezing apps, do I need to wipe data and back them up? Just curious.
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    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    You don't "need" too but it would free some space. If you use something like TB to freeze them, when you do a backup they will also be backed up.

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    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    Hi

    Can someone please help me . I carried out the bloatware removal . And have decided to put all back on. The process took me a while and I got everything back. I used titanium backup .

    Now all is back on the phone I keep getting a message come up. The screen freezes Ans the message says
    UNFORTUNATELY, SysScope has stopped . Can anyone help please ??
  13. #38  

    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    Quote Originally Posted by Kelvin Green View Post
    Hi

    Can someone please help me . I carried out the bloatware removal . And have decided to put all back on. The process took me a while and I got everything back. I used titanium backup .

    Now all is back on the phone I keep getting a message come up. The screen freezes Ans the message says
    UNFORTUNATELY, SysScope has stopped . Can anyone help please ??
    Have you tried stopping that process, clearing its data, then restarting your phone?
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    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    You were not able to remove the "Readers Hub" with its 50.6 MB...?

    I mean I do read on it, but I use FBreader with Calibre on the PC.
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    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    I hate to bring up an old thread, but I wanted to know if any of the items listed in the OP have anything to do with being able to select the "Mobile Network" option in the settings menu, in order to toggle LTE from CDMA? The reason I ask is because I deleted a lot of the files listed in the OP that I know I didn't need. I've done this once before when I first had the S3 and I didn't have an issue. Today, I tried toggling LTE through the Mobile Network option, but it kept freezing after selecting it, never allowing me to go to the next step. This seemed to have started after removing the bloatware, etc.

    I want to know if it's an isolated incident (which is still happening), or if it's related to one of the options listed?
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    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    I can't say for sure, but I don't see anything in that list that I *think* would cause your problem.

    Are you still on the stock ROM? If so, and the problem continues to occur, and factory reset will restore all the bloatware. Actually, even if you're on a custom ROM a factory reset will revert to the original state of that ROM. In the future, I'd recommend freezing the bloatware, rather than removing it. At a minimum, run for a couple of weeks, testing everything you can think of, to make sure nothing you've frozen causes problems, before rooting. I would actually suggest just freezing the apps, and only delete them if you're running out of storage and need the room. That way you can always change your mind.
    PLEASE, when asking for help provide as much information as possible. We can't help unless we know what the symptoms are and what you did before they began.

    LG G3 on Sprint. [Stumped and Bumped, Debloated, Startup apps managed, Trickster, Nova Prime, Swiftkey, G3 Tweakbox]--> Runs smooth as silk, now.
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    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    We have very similar uses/needs from our devices. This list helps.
    When you freeze them in Titanium Backup, do you use the 'ICS friendly freezing method' option in settings?
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    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    Quote Originally Posted by erikb80 View Post
    We have very similar uses/needs from our devices. This list helps.
    When you freeze them in Titanium Backup, do you use the 'ICS friendly freezing method' option in settings?
    I don't see that option in Preferences. Regardless, I just used whatever the default is.

    On that note: Still no issues here with all those apps frozen!
    Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (Sprint)
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    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    So I'd like to know more information on these and why you chose to remove them:

    AVrcpServiceSamsung 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7
    CapabilityManagerService 2.4.0
    ChocoEukor 1.0
    com.samsung.app.playreadyui 1.0.0
    com.samsung.InputEventApp 1.0.0
    com.sec.android.app.wfdbroker 1.0.0
    Downloads 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7
    DRM Protected Content Storage 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7
    Enterprise SysScope Service 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7
    Enterprise VPS Services 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7
    Enterprise Permissions 1.0
    Face Unlock 4.1.1-438695
    Flipboard 1.9.6
    FWUpgrade 1.2.0 (Upgrade client for AllShare app)
    Helv Neue S 1.0
    MAPServiceSamsung 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7
    Media Hub 1.6.0(LI0D, 1107480)
    More Services 1.0
    Music Hub 30.2012.10.01.22
    Nfc Service 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7
    NFC Test 1.0.0
    OmaDrmPopup 1.0
    Phase beam 1.0
    Remote Controls 4.30
    RoseEUKor 1.0
    Samsung account 1.3.019
    Samsung Apps 2.8.026
    Samsung Backup 1.0
    Samsung Backup Provider 1.1
    Samsung Push Service 1.1.2
    Samsung SMemo SyncAdapter 1.0
    Samsung Syncadapters 2.1.5
    Samsung TTS
    SamsungAppsUNA2 2.0.35
    Setup Wizard 1.3
    ShareShotService 1.0
    SIM Toolkiet 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7
    Smart Device Manager 3.3.2
    SmartcardService 2.3.2
    SNS 1.1.0
    Sprint Zone 4.1.14
    Stock Daemon(EUR) 120917.01
    SysScope 1.1.15
    Tags 1.1
    Try panning 1.0
    USB settings 1.0 (Kies.apk)
    VPN Client 2.6.1
    VpnDialogs 4.1.1-L710VPBLJ7
    Wi-Fi Direct 1.0
    Wi-Fi Direct share 1.0

    Also, which apps are responsible for doing software upgrade notifications, which we cannot accept because we're rooted and such?
    Thanks!

    -- Andy
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    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    Quote Originally Posted by TigerDave99 View Post
    Here's my list of apps I've had frozen for the past two months. Yes, I have not removed them. I simply froze them using Titanium Backup. And so far so good!

    The only one I've ever had to "defrost" was the one time I was messing around with the alarm clock's "briefing" function. I had to temporarily defrost the text-to-speech "Samsung TTS (com.samsung.SMT)", otherwise the phone wouldn't be able to talk.

    Tip -- The way I was able to export this list, was by doing the following in Titanium Backup: Backup/Restore > Click to edit filters > Filter by temperature: Frozen > (check mark) > Menu button > Send data... > List of all apps > Gmail. Then I emailed it to myself. Good list to keep handy in case I ever make changes.
    My updated list as of December 1112, 2013 for Android 4.3 Stock ROM (also known as "MK3" update):

    1. AllShare ControlShare Service 1.0.0 (com.sec.android.allshare.service.controlshare)
    2. AllShare FileShare Service 1.4r476 (com.sec.android.allshare.service.fileshare)
    3. Backup 2.5.8 (com.sec.android.sCloudBackupApp)
    4. Bluetooth share 4.3-L710VPUCMK3 (com.android.bluetooth) Removed from list as it's needed for turning Bluetooth ON/OFF.
    5. Bubbles 1.0 (com.android.noisefield)
    6. Calendar widget 1.0 (com.sec.android.widgetapp.SPlannerAppWidget)
    7. CapabilityManagerService 2.4.0 (com.sec.android.service.cm)
    8. ChatON 3.2.115 (com.sec.chaton)
    9. Clock (funky) 1.0 (com.sec.android.widgetapp.analogclockunique)
    10. Clock (modern) 1.0 (com.sec.android.widgetapp.analogclocksimple)
    11. com.samsung.InputEventApp 1.0.0 (com.samsung.InputEventApp)
    12. com.sec.android.app.wfdbroker 1.0.0 (com.sec.android.app.wfdbroker)
    13. Deep sea 1.0 (com.samsung.android.livewallpaper.deepsea)
    14. DirectShareManager 2.0.3 (com.sec.android.directshare)
    15. DRM Protected Content Storage 4.3-L710VPUCMK3 (com.android.providers.drm)
    16. Dual Clock (analog) 1.0 (com.sec.android.widgetapp.dualclockanalog)
    17. Email 4.2 (com.android.email)
    18. EnterprisePermissions 1.0 (com.sec.enterprise.permissions)
    19. EpsonPrintService 1.0.0 (com.epson.mobilephone.samsungprintservice)
    20. Exchange services 4.2 (com.android.exchange)
    21. Face Unlock 4.3-757479 (com.android.facelock)
    22. Favorite Apps 1.0 (com.sec.android.SimpleWidget)
    23. Favorite Apps 1.0 (com.sec.android.favoriteappwidget)
    24. Favorite Contacts 1.1 (com.sec.android.widgetapp.favoriteswidget)
    25. Flipboard 2.1.3 (flipboard.app)
    26. FWUpgrade 1.2.0 (com.sec.android.fwupgrade)
    27. Game Hub A.01.063001G (com.sec.android.app.gamehub)
    28. Google Bookmarks Sync 4.3-757479 (com.google.android.syncadapters.bookmarks)
    29. Google Play Books 3.0.15 (com.google.android.apps.books)
    30. Google Play Games 1.1.04 (794842-30) (com.google.android.play.games)
    31. Google Play Movies & TV 3.0.25 (com.google.android.videos)
    32. Google Play Music 5.3.1316M.934206 (com.google.android.music)
    33. Google Play Newsstand 3.0.0 (com.google.android.apps.magazines)
    34. Google Search 1.0 (android.googleSearch.googleSearchWidget)
    35. Google+ 4.2.3.56698342 (com.google.android.apps.plus)
    36. Group Play 2.5.199 (com.samsung.groupcast)
    37. Hangouts 2.0.216 (939144-30) (com.google.android.talk)
    38. Help 1.0 (com.samsung.helphub)
    39. HTML Viewer 4.3-L710VPUCMK3 (com.android.htmlviewer)
    40. Internet 4.3-L710VPUCMK3 (com.android.browser)
    41. Luminous dots 1.0 (com.samsung.android.livewallpaper.luminousdots)
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    Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (Sprint)
    Asus/Google Nexus 7 FHD (2nd Gen.) 32GB

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  21. #46  

    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    Thank you!
  22. #47  

    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    I deleted fwupdate.apk from my galaxy s3 to avoid the constant update reminders. I am stock rooted and now want to update to the latest 4.3. I tried updating manually in download mode and it gives me an error and lists the fwupdate.apk as the problem. Does anyone know where I can get this file? I also tried to update in the phone settings, but it just hangs saying rebooting, but it never reboots. Any help would be appreciated. thanks
  23. #48  

    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    I can extract the apk from the 4.3 ROM, but whether that will work on a 4.1.2 ROM I don't know. Anyone with a rooted 4.1.2 ROM should be able to copy it out of system/apps and email it.
    PLEASE, when asking for help provide as much information as possible. We can't help unless we know what the symptoms are and what you did before they began.

    LG G3 on Sprint. [Stumped and Bumped, Debloated, Startup apps managed, Trickster, Nova Prime, Swiftkey, G3 Tweakbox]--> Runs smooth as silk, now.
  24. #49  

    Unhappy Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    ok dummy here....I want to delete things that are not needed or used on my phone like Samsung that is always wanting me to update it & I continually have to hit deny. I use facebook, instagram, picture editing, and I do not want anything to mess up sooo with that said PLEASE tell me in "DUMMY" language how to get the following off my cell IF POSSIBLE: Chaton, allshare cast dongle s/w update, hangouts, hp print service plugin, kies air, Samsung link, Samsung print, Samsung push, scloudstarter?, wallet, OK so what can I get rid of SAFELY I don't use that mess nor know anything about it. I do love swiping and sending pictures & video's to family & friends via, e-mail, text, facebook, instagram. I use my clock & alarms also. Not sure what is up but after an update on my cell it NOW turns black & takes FOREVER to come back so That I can unlock it & use it. It keeps downloading 2 items OVER & OVER I have open it & deleted it but every day it does it over & over. it says SD card removed, insert another it has said that a week after getting my phone AND there IS in fact a sd card in it. I just NEED HELP lol
  25. #50  

    Default Re: Apps Safe to Remove from Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint Version, Stock Rooted)

    yo dont listen to some of these..
    you need your wifi direct and other wifi ones. you need contact storage the advice she gives sucks. if it sounds important dont erase. but alot of the sprint/ verizon apps you can remove. but like I said dont remove if it sounds important.. like system process. or google yea google runs in the background well worce stop it. rooting isa good tool. make sure you have someone that knows what there doing work on your stuff for your Android. if it's your first time definitely don't attempt it on your own phone. because most likely you're going to mess up and you don't have don't have to buy a new phone.
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