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[Discussion] Detox-debloat, Universal Android Debloater (UAD)

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What do you do for sanitation and "housekeeping"

  1. I love the mess I live in

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  2. I sometimes use private mode

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  3. Lemme tell you, check below

    4 vote(s)
    30.8%
  4. Potato?

    8 vote(s)
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  1. ntquyet143
    Gingerbread Feb 28, 2021

  2. Dresa91
    User of the Year 2016; Most Active User 2020 Feb 28, 2021

    Dresa91 , Feb 28, 2021 :
    What do you mean?

    did you read the first post?
     

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  3. vikarshaikh18
    Honeycomb Feb 28, 2021


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  4. manojsurya99
    Jelly Bean Feb 28, 2021


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  5. Vinay Raghvani
    Honeycomb Feb 28, 2021


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  6. Dresa91
    User of the Year 2016; Most Active User 2020 Feb 28, 2021


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  7. Mondkalb
    Honeycomb Feb 28, 2021

    Mondkalb , via OnePlus 6 , Feb 28, 2021 :
    Personally I debloat my devices on my own. Admitted, I'm orienting on existing lists but I find them to harsh most of the time.
    For system apps, I'm rooted. Usually I'm disabling them, bloatware like Facebook, Chrome etc. are uninstalled immediately ;)

    As for security, I'm using a combination of Xprivacy and AdGuard "VPN" Adblocker. That suits me the best and fits all my needs. (BTW, Xprivacy is a Xposed app, and yes, even root with Xposed is passing Safetynet :) Do never use closed source xposed modules or untrusted root apps!).


    Battery is perfect for me, thanks to custom kernel (blu_spark's) and apps like Servicely, Naptime and KinScreen.

    All in all, my device is super fast and has an excellent battery life for its age (OP 6 from day 1).
     

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  8. Pranit Sonigra
    Gingerbread Mar 1, 2021


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  9. G_plusone
    Nougat Mar 1, 2021


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  10. Young_Blood
    KitKat Mar 1, 2021

  11. Z1592317317006
    Gingerbread Mar 1, 2021

    Z1592317317006 , via OnePlus 8 , Mar 1, 2021 :
    Fantastic. We all inadvertantly apply many settings on our phones, pc's which potentially lead to an attack. Right step towards neutralising all of them.
     

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  12. Ranjit2206
    Honeycomb Mar 1, 2021


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  15. SRD.
    Lollipop Mar 1, 2021


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  16. Shailender Sharma
    Marshmallow Mar 1, 2021

    Shailender Sharma , Mar 1, 2021 :
    Nice thread!👍
    I will definitely going to give it a try soon.

    After buying a new device the first thing I do is disable all the permissions. Then individually provides the necessary permission to each app. Never allow third-party apps to run in the background. Disable data and WiFi connection, when not using the device. I always use Adblocker in browser and don't use Google app & Chrome for anything.
     

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  17. Amogchilupuri
    Froyo Mar 1, 2021


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