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How to uninstall Pre-install apps from Android smartphone

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How to uninstall Pre-install apps from Android smartphone

Android smartphone manufacturers love to pre-install their own set of apps on their smartphones. You can uninstall those third-party bloatware apps, some of the apps are installed as system apps and can not be removed. Commonly known as bloatware, most of them are deemed useless by users and consume tons of memory on the smartphone and there’s no way uninstall it without rooting the smartphone.

This is especially true for Google apps like Google Play Music, Google Duo. You can not remove them from your phone. To get rid of system apps, you have to root your device.

If you want to uninstall the pre-installed apps that you don’s use at all. Do note that these are workarounds and might not work for all smartphones.

Using Smartphone setting:

Simply go to Settings → Apps or Applications → Application Manager → Look for the app and try uninstalling it. If you will see disable the option here, please read the below steps.

Debloater Software:

Debloater is a Windows Application that can scans for all the pre-install apps on the phone and tries to uninstall them. To do this, enable the Developer OPtions from Settings →About Phone → Build Number and tap on it 7 times to enable it. and Turn on USB Debugging option

Download & install any Debloater tool on Windows PC

Open the software and connect to your USB cable

After detected, click on Read Phone Packages

It will show all the apps installed on the phone with blocked and not blocked message

Choose the app to uninstall and then click on the Apply button to remove it from the smartphone.

Via: gadgetsnow

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