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What is safe to remove?

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Got the Y300-0100 for my mum. Just wondering the best way to update it and get it as close to stock Android as possible. Anyone got a list of Huawei stuff that can be removed?

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Got the Y300-0100 for my mum. Just wondering the best way to update it and get it as close to stock Android as possible. Anyone got a list of Huawei stuff that can be removed?

As a rule, anything that looks like an app and is abvious what it does and you don`t need it!

Make a TWRP backup first, then you can always quickly restore if you mess things up, and try freezing rather than uninstalling first.

YOu will of course need to be officially unlocked and rooted, and have a TWRP recovery flashed first.... and don`t ask me how, all the info is around if you look! ;-)

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I want to know if the huawei home apk is safe to remove. I'vegot rid of the huawei uunlock and some other stuff and it all seems fine just be carfull

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