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This is what I found safe to freeze without any problems

AdService 1.0
Amazon Kindle 2.0.5.103980165
Amazon MP3 1.8.32
Apps 1.02.18
Backup Assistant 2.3.3
Backup Assistant Client 1.0
Blockbuster 0.9.99
Books 1.1.5
City ID 1.1.6
DLNA 0709.69
DlnaSystemService 1.0
Droid Eye 1.0 (live wall paper)
Facebook Authenticator 2.3.3 (might have to log back into facebook after freezing this)
Files 2.3.3 (Only freeze if you have another file manager such as Root Explorer)
Flickr Authenticator 2.3.3
Help Center 2.3.3
Home 2.3.3 (only if using a replacement launcher)
IPSec VPNs 1.0 (only if not using a VPN)
Kpi Logger Service 1.1
LastFM Authenticator 2.3.3
LinkedIn Authenticator 2.3.3
Manage SIM Card 2.3.3 (only on CDMA)
Maps 5.2.1 (if you dont use it)
Media Share 1.0.0
MediaSync 1.0.0
MS Exchange Service 2.3.3 (WARNING, THIS WILL BREAK CORPORATE EMAIL)
Music 2.3.3 (if you have the Music 3.0.1 client)
My Uploads 1.5.12
My Verizon Mobile 10.0.1
Myspace Authenticator 2.3.3
NFS Shift 1.1.83
Orkut Authentocator 2.3.3
Photobucket Authenticator 2.3.3
Picasa Authenticator 2.3.3
Pico TTS 1.0 (text to speech service)
Print to Retail 1.0
Quickoffica 3.3.172 - Motorola
SIM Toolokit 2.3.3 (only on CDMA)
Skype Mobile 1.6.0.15
Skyrock Authenticator 2.3.3
Social Messaging 2.3.3
Social Messaging Service 2.3.3
Social Networking 2.3.3
Social Sharing 2.3.3
Social Status 2.3.3
Street View 1.7.0.4
Swype 2.7-.75.22915 (only with another keyboard installed)
Sync Service 2.5.7
TTS Service 2.3.3
Twitter Authentication 2.3.3
V Cast Media Manager 4.4.0.4
Video Editor Lite 1.0.1.49
VPN Services 2.3.3 (again, only if not using a VPN)
VZW Navigator 7.1.3.15
Yahoo Contacts 2.3.3
Yahoo! Mail Authenticator 2.3.3
Youtube 2.1.6
Youtube Authenticator 2.3.3

May break corporate email, have no way to test:
Email 2.3.3
Email Authenticator 2.3.3

Not sure what this is with but it didnt break anything for me. The only reference I could find that has any reference to it is here and even there no one knows what it is....
Fake Blur Xmpp 2.3.3
 

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XMPP is the Jabber protocol used by, in particular, GoogleTalk. I don't see where Blur supports it, so it might be just a stub.

By the way, why freeze Email? The stock email client is pretty neat, compared to the default Android one.
 

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I think the point of this is that one can freeze these things safely, not that you have to or should. If you're looking to get the leanest, meanest, most bloat-free phone possible, starting with nothing might be the way to go.
 

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Gasai Yuno said:
XMPP is the Jabber protocol used by, in particular, GoogleTalk. I don't see where Blur supports it, so it might be just a stub.

By the way, why freeze Email? The stock email client is pretty neat, compared to the default Android one.
Gtalk still works for me so not sure....

I personally use the gmail client, always have and probably always will. That and just trying to find out what can be safely frozen as Essjayessone said.
 

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Is there a way to export a list of frozen apps? I have managed to freeze 92 apps, and I'd hate to type all of them in here. If all else fails, I can provide a list of the packages and APK's (from "pm list" commands), but it would be nice to provide the names as they appear in Titanium.
 

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kevinleedrum said:
Is there a way to export a list of frozen apps? I have managed to freeze 92 apps, and I'd hate to type all of them in here. If all else fails, I can provide a list of the packages and APK's (from "pm list" commands), but it would be nice to provide the names as they appear in Titanium.
AFAIK, no. I just typed the name as shown in TiBu.
 

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I have noticed that even though I have frozen some of these they still run in the background. For instance Dlna. Can anyone else confirm this. And yes I did freeze the app and the system service for dlna.
 

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ssilence said:
I have noticed that even though I have frozen some of these they still run in the background. For instance Dlna. Can anyone else confirm this. And yes I did freeze the app and the system service for dlna.
Do you have "Chuck Norris" mode turned on in the Titanium Backup preferences? Edit: Maybe that's just for removing apps. Anyhow, no I haven't seen that happen.
 

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I've noticed that by freezing the yahoo apks if you go to your contact list (say favorites) and click on the green phone icon to dial out the contact list disappears and goes back to home screen. I think work contacts also affects this
 

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Yeah, I had to leave Yahoo Contacts, Yahoo Mail Authenticator, and Corporate Sync Authenticator unfrozen in order to actually edit or open individual contacts.

Here is my frozen list, which currently stands at 93 apps. I don't use bluetooth or e-mail (except Gmail), and I only use CDMA, so a lot of these may not apply to everyone. Many are just features I didn't need, or I have a different app for the same functionality. Thanks x13thangelx for a few I didn't have.

AdService
Android Live Wallpapers
Apps
AtCommandService
Backup Assistant
Backup Assistant Client
Bluetooth Share (I personally don't use bluetooth)
BluetoothDun (I personally don't use bluetooth)
blur.res
Books
City ID
com.motorola.photowidget
Date and Time (just a clock widget)
Desk Home
DLNA
DlnaSystemService
DMService
Droid Eye
Email (I only use Gmail.)
Email Authenticator
Emergency Alerts
Facebook Authenticator (I still use the Facebook app itself just fine.)
Fake Blur Xmpp
Flickr Authenticator
Global Unplug
Help Center
Home (I use LauncherPro.)
Home screen tips
HSTcmd
HTML Viewer
InPocket
IPSec VPNs
Kpi Logger Service
LastFM Authenticator
LinkedIn Authenticator
Live Wallpaper Picker
Location Consent
LocationProxyDmPlugin
Magic Smoke Wallpapers
Manage SIM card (I'm always using the same CDMA network.)
Media Share
MediaSync
Messages (SMS and MMS work fine still.)
Messaging (SMS and MMS work fine still.)
MS Exchange Service (Obviously, many people may need this for e-mail.)
Music (Using the newer beta instead)
Music Visualization Wallpapers
My Uploads
My Verizon Mobile
Myspace Authenticator
News
News & Weather
Orkut Authenticator
Photobucket Authenticator
Picasa Authenticator
Pico Tts
Print to Retail
Quick Contact
Quickoffice
QuickSms
SIM Contacts (I'm always using the same CDMA network.)
SIM Toolkit (I'm always using the same CDMA network.)
Skype mobile
Skyrock Authenticator
Social Messaging
Social Messaging Service
Social Networking
Social Sharing
Social Status
Sound Recorder
Sticky note
Suggestions
Suggestions Core...
Suggestions Poll S...
Swype
Sync Service (Doesn't affect Google Contacts, Gmail, etc.)
Talk
Tasks
Toggle Widgets
TTS Service
Twitter Authenticator
Universal Inbox
V CAST Media Manager
Video Editor Lite
Voice Readouts
VPN Services
VZ Navigator
VZW Package Installer
Weather
Work Contacts
World Clock
Youtube Authenticator
Zoom Mode
 

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Vypor said:
I've noticed that by freezing the yahoo apks if you go to your contact list (say favorites) and click on the green phone icon to dial out the contact list disappears and goes back to home screen. I think work contacts also affects this
Odd, mine works fine with Yahoo Contacts 2.3.3 frozen. It broke with Yahoo! Mail Authenticator frozen though....
 

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By the way, is AtCommandService the thing responsible for Hayes-compatible modem AT commands? Like, those required to use Bluetooth DUN or USB Serial Modem?
 

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Correct, that's the easier way. You can also install the Android SDK with adb, connect your phone via USB, and then use adb and package manager to disable them.
 

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I find it more convenient to make a subfolder with whatever name one prefers (I call it “frozen”) and move the files there. Can't be bothered with renaming multiple files back and forth.
 

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how much has everyone's battery life improved?
anything mess up while freezing the things listed?
I'm about to do it, and I want to make sure.
I know you can UN-freeze but like I said, I'm just making sure.
 
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