Bloatware list

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Since ICS has made it easy to disable Bloatware, I'm wondering if there is a complete list of Bloatware that can be disabled without affecting the operation of the Bionic?
 

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I've turned off NFL Mobile, MOG and Slacker Radio. For me that's bloatware.
 

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I've turned off NFL Mobile, MOG and Slacker Radio. For me that's bloatware.

Well, aren't those some terrible choices. :p

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From HOB faq:

Q: What apps do you have disabled, Mr Samuri?
A: Hey, glad you asked! Here's my current list:

Apps
City ID
CQATest
MOG Music
MOTOACTV
MotoCast ID
MotoPrint
Music Store
My Accounts
My Music
Print to Retail
Slacker Radio
Slingbox
Social Location
Superuser (Yes, I use SuperSU so I disable Superuser.apk)
Text Messaging (I use handcent)
V CAST Tones
Verizon Login
Verizon Video
Voicemail (I use google voice)
VZ Navigator
 
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My list:

Amazon Kindle
Backup + Media
Calculator
City ID
CQA Test
email
Facebook
gmail
MOG
Motoactv
NFL mobile
Slacker
Slingbox
Swype
Text messaging
VCast Tunes
Verizon Video
Voicemail
VZ Navigator
 
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Interesting, I don't have Blockbuster and Let's Golf just has an uninstall option (not uninstall updates).

Same here. I guess they can be permanently uninstalled unlike the others. :)
 

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There its a lot of stuff I would like to get rid of but not sure if some are settings that are required for ICS.
 

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Which of these are active taking up cpu time or staying resident in system ram? Re you just deleting from apps? That sure dont work on the important ones like vcast tones , verizon video and vz navigator. I believe all of these can accidently cost you extra fees?
 
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Which of these are active taking up cpu time or staying resident in system ram? Re you just deleting from apps? That sure dont work on the important ones like vcast tones , verizon video and vz navigator. I believe all of these can accidently cost you extra fees?

You can disable the apps.
 

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How does one disable apps? I thought you'd do it through the manage apps section, but the option only seems to be available on a few apps... AM I missing something?
 

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How does one disable apps? I thought you'd do it through the manage apps section, but the option only seems to be available on a few apps... AM I missing something?

Titanium backup allows you to freeze them if you are rooted.
 

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How does one disable apps? I thought you'd do it through the manage apps section, but the option only seems to be available on a few apps... AM I missing something?

On some apps, first delete the updates. When the updates are gone Disable should appear.
 
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