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by (Genius) (21.7m points)
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Hi' Yes' Use 'System app remover' Download from google play store. For rooted users only.

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by (Contributor) (4.1k points)
the app look good, but there is few apps which they didn't indicate whether can be removed or should keep e.g photos, Android system web view. I ask this because some of the apps I like to remove are not indicated. last thing is fb which is in the vendor folder in the system on it's own and i uninstalled it before I root the phone, but it's still there. is there a risk of bricking the phone if I delete it by es file explore.
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by (Genius) (21.7m points)
You can remove "WebView" it wont brick your phone but facebook, google+ and or Chrome needs it
Can you please tell us the names of the apps you will like to remove and we will tell if it is safe or not.
You can also use LINK2SD to remove it.
NB: Please back your phone's firmware.
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by (Genius) (21.7m points)
Please see how read more about this app (Android system web view) before you consider removing it.
https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-Android-system-WebView-app-and-how-can-I-use-it
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by (Contributor) (4.1k points)
photos, YouTube, Android keyboard, device police (all this apps are written manufacture tools) and talk back, Google account manager, Google pinyin input, Google text to speech engine(gaps). I'll leave fb as it is. I don't know much of flashing rom and I don't want that if any of the mentioned apps will caused some discomfort just indicate, I will options to leave them, just like I did with sdfix even though my phone support swap. trying to free up ram and storage.
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by (Genius) (21.7m points)
You can remove the following: Photos, YouTube, Android keyboard, device police, talk back, Google pinyin input, Google text to speech engine(gaps).

Do not remove Google account manager

We have a Mobicel none branded lite weight firmware for your Vivo. We can flash the device for you remotely (over the internet) for R100 If you are not comfortable flashing the device yourself.
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by (Contributor) (4.1k points)
thank you I will try this first. as for flashing I will see when I buy other device. lets say I soft brick it, it will be almost impossible to flash it online. what should I do in order for you to fix it.
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by (Genius) (21.7m points)
For as long you have access to a computer' we can still flash it.

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