On my device, I have a bunch of stock applications. Some of them I don't need. Some of them are outdated. Here's what I want to do:
- Root my device.
- Uninstall all my unnecessary apps (no changing of roms).
- Install the updates that my other stock apps need (like Facebook). Note: I meant I want to overwrite where the older version will be replaced. This is a common problem with stock applications. You can upgrade them but the older version is still around (possibly because of lack of root access), thus eating up unnecessary internal space.
- Add some more other apps.
- Secure some of the newly added apps so that they are uninstallable when I go back to being unrooted.
- Unroot the phone.
As you can probably tell by now, I just want to overall change the applications on my phone. I also want to secure some new applications that I will be installing (e.g. make them act the same as the Facebook app wherein I can't uninstall it unless I have root). I don't want to install another rom, I don't want to overclock or anything. I just want to change the phone apps then return it back to being unrooted and be on my merry way.
Is this possible?