Further debloating the Xiaomi.EU roms


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planetera

I am pretty sure the title wasnt very clear so let me explain to you.

I love using MIUI but there is one thing that bothers me, I am using Xiaomi.eu Weeklies, it is already kinda debloated but I debloat it even further. For example I remove around 40 apps that doesnt break or harm the system, such as the MIUI Calculator, Notes, Browser, Webview, and many other things.
The problem is, every time i flash a weekly ROM, they come back.
If there is anybody that also debloates the weekly roms, what is your solution?

Right now I am thinking of creating an (addon.d) script so that everytime I flash a new ROM, the script will remove the apps I requested, Is that a good solution, you guys think?
 
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I am pretty sure the title wasnt very clear so let me explain to you.

I love using MIUI but there is one thing that bothers me, I am using Xiaomi.eu Weeklies, it is already kinda debloated but I debloat it even further. For example I remove around 40 apps that doesnt break or harm the system, such as the MIUI Calculator, Notes, Browser, Webview, and many other things.
The problem is, every time i flash a weekly ROM, they come back.
If there is anybody that also debloates the weekly roms, what is your solution?

Right now I am thinking of creating an (addon.d) script so that everytime I flash a new ROM, the script will remove the apps I requested, Is that a good solution, you guys think?
Bloat is not what I would call it personally but that is your only choice to remove them yourself. What you call bloat others may find of use, therefore its down to personal preference and as such its down to the person to tailor the system to their own needs by way of a script or other method.
 
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planetera

Bloat is not what I would call it personally but that is your only choice to remove them yourself. What you call bloat others may find of use, therefore its down to personal preference and as such its down to the person to tailor the system to their own needs by way of a script or other method.

That makes sense, thanks for clarification :)
 

Deexterity

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Bloat is not what I would call it personally but that is your only choice to remove them yourself. What you call bloat others may find of use, therefore its down to personal preference and as such its down to the person to tailor the system to their own needs by way of a script or other method.
Exactly. For me Mi Calculator it's the best calculator I've ever used on a phone, wouldn't trade for any other
 

Dilong

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Could you explain to me how you uninstall these apps. My phone is rooted and I tried uninstalling them with TitaniumBackup but every time I reboot the phone they are installed again. I also tried to remove the folders/apps manually in the root/system directory but it somehow doesn't work even tho root rights are granted.

I'd appreciate your help!
 
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planetera

Could you explain to me how you uninstall these apps. My phone is rooted and I tried uninstalling them with TitaniumBackup but every time I reboot the phone they are installed again. I also tried to remove the folders/apps manually in the root/system directory but it somehow doesn't work even tho root rights are granted.

I'd appreciate your help!

I somehow cannot remove any system apps unless I install Busybox.
If you are using magisk, use the BusyBox module by osm0sis and reboot, then uninstall whatever you want.

The issue might not be caused by the missing BusyBox directories but somehow installing it fixes the problem.
 

Dilong

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Going to try that later, thanks for your answer!

Edit:

Installed BusyBox and rebooted but it's still not working, any other suggestions?
 
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Alan098765

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I am pretty sure the title wasnt very clear so let me explain to you.

I love using MIUI but there is one thing that bothers me, I am using Xiaomi.eu Weeklies, it is already kinda debloated but I debloat it even further. For example I remove around 40 apps that doesnt break or harm the system, such as the MIUI Calculator, Notes, Browser, Webview, and many other things.
The problem is, every time i flash a weekly ROM, they come back.
If there is anybody that also debloates the weekly roms, what is your solution?

Right now I am thinking of creating an (addon.d) script so that everytime I flash a new ROM, the script will remove the apps I requested, Is that a good solution, you guys think?
Hi,im trying to debloat Xiaomi eu stable,its going well,but could you please write a list of all you removed,is it ok to remove Xiaomi services framework and cloud,im using adb tools on pc to remove, how did you do it?

Sent from my Mi 9 Lite using Tapatalk
 

SamanthaBM

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I'm just new, and the bloating versus debloating of Rooms meant to me - the replication, as well as the sectioning of Xiaomi Forum related Questions, as to transfer them in a fore-mentioned and contextualized manner to the Users, Members and Staff People.

As to personalize your own surface, for example of the Xiaomi.EU Weeklies - I kind a tried it, but it is not fully working with my Dispositives. I suppose there is just to many commercials, and pop-ups. But it is not the Mobile Phones fault, I haven't taken the botter to switch off the features in the Operative Sistems Settings, some how I still like the Commercial feature.

So you might better have thought about it, I could strongly interfere with your debloting and bloting activities.

Have a nice evening, with my best and neetest greetings with smiles;@)sorrisone from Miss SamanthaBM from Italy.
 

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I use command for adb, it doesn´t erase at all but at least I don´t see these apps when I upload the system. I would like to erase or debloat miui sms app. I prefer google messages
 

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I debloat everything except this, latest weekly
 

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SamanthaBM

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I somehow cannot remove any system apps unless I install Busybox.
If you are using magisk, use the BusyBox module by osm0sis and reboot, then uninstall whatever you want.

The issue might not be caused by the missing BusyBox directories but somehow installing it fixes the problem.
smile;@) :)sorrisoni


There seems to be a Bloating and deBloating dispute regarding the actual operability on Xiaomi Europe conform MetaTag-Platform for MIUI Xiaomi OS versions, starting-up at MIUI 11 on Global 11.08 EU. For the older versions the bloating feature is not garantied in its functions - might just cause a lot of Trobles smiles;):oops::p;):oops::psorrisoni SamanthaBM
 

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smile;@) :)sorrisoni


There seems to be a Bloating and deBloating dispute regarding the actual operability on Xiaomi Europe conform MetaTag-Platform for MIUI Xiaomi OS versions, starting-up at MIUI 11 on Global 11.08 EU. For the older versions the bloating feature is not garantied in its functions - might just cause a lot of Trobles smiles;):oops::p;):oops::psorrisoni SamanthaBM
We have been building ROMS for 10 years now, our work is the best next to the official ROM. Please do feel free to tailor the ROM to fit your own requirements.
 

SamanthaBM

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We have been building ROMS for 10 years now, our work is the best next to the official ROM. Please do feel free to tailor the ROM to fit your own requirements.
Some of the Debloating and MiUI Launcher Features have been tried-out on behalf of the Official Home-accessory-Apps, but I'm still working around at it - which is not bad either, as I got an older MobilePhone version a Redmi5 Plus Xiaomi Mi-Corporation smiles;@):p:emoji-stars:sorrisone , will have to change it in a year, if the Connectivity Market expands further in that a way.

My MobilePhone's RAM capacity will just not be enough no-more, then - at that Time, I might just want to say by by to Xiaomi and go on to MIMIX 2 as well as to stable-upper-hand versions ect.

THX's for your respons , and don't worry I will give my Best - might the MobilePhone be proof of it
 
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