Manufacturers tend to fill their phones with apps to make them richer but unfortunately, some people find them being in the way and want to get rid of them. In most cases, these apps are called "bloatware".
btnetro from xda-developers forums has made this script that deletes a huge list of apps installed on the phone, releasing a lot of free system memory and making the phone run less apps in the background.
Download - Click here.
For those of you who are experienced in this, you can open up the updater-script and examine what is being deleted and what not, and if you feel like you need a particular app, you may remove the line from the script.
- Download the zip file above to your sdcard
- Power off your phone
- Hold Volume up + Home + Power buttons simultaneously to boot into Recovery mode
- Choose the option "install zip"
- Choose "choose zip from external sdcard"
- Now select the zip file, then choose Yes when asked to confirm
- Once it is done, press the back button to go to the main menu and choose "reboot system now"
- Enjoy your cleaned phone.
Video instructions (for newbies):
Source: xda forums