Titanium backup

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    I'm trying to help a friend root her fascinate. I'm trying to get a good backup of everything before I start removing the bloat ware that verizon bogs it down with. I did a system backup but when I try to remove a file it states that there the file is not backed up. Titanium says says out is. . . what is going on. Are the files backed up?

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    You should FREEZE bloatware not delete it. You will have a lot less problems...And it has pretty much the same effect....
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    What does freezing do to the app?

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    Correct me if I'm wrong here, but freezing basically stalls an app so that it's still installed on your phone but is no longer using any space or processes. The reason for this instead of full removal is because without some of the system apps you can't install ota updates. With freezing you can go back and defrost when its time for an update and then refreeze instead of trying to hunt down and reinstall system apps. Anyone else wanna comment on this?

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    It disables the app, but doesn't actually remove it. It's safer and easier then deleting.
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    I think you nailed it.. :)
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    Thanks for that.

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