21 December 2014

Easily Removing Default Android Applications [Root and Non Root]

Removing Android apps that you install it easily, but what if you want to remove the default Android apps? What if you do not want the application provided the manufacturer of your smartphone? Removing the default Android applications may be complicated but not mean it can not.

Why You Want to Delete the Default Android Applications?
Before deleting, first consider why you want to delete the default Android apps on your phone. For example, because the application is made ugly display on your screen. If that's the case you stay remove them by drag the application icon to the Remove box in the top of the screen.

Easily Removing Default Android Applications [Root and Non Root]

On another matter, the application may be considered as bloatware and drain your cell phone. Game congenital probably big enough to spend your storage or applications that require internet continues to suck the data. The application record or upload a picture or video automatically when you do not want to upload. And the possibility that also spend your phone battery.

Unfortunately, removing the default Android application is not as easy as removing the usual applications. It depends on whether you are already in the Android root or not.

Easily Removing Default Android Applications [Root and Non Root]

Android OS Root Not Modified

To remove the default Android application for mobile phones that have not been at the root was not possible, but you can disable them, or in the older Android version, you do not want to hide.

For Android before KitKat, you can open the app drawer, tap the menu and then select Hide Application, previously select the application you want to hide and then tap Done.

For devices with KitkKat, go to Settings> Device> Apps and locate the application you want to delete. Select Force Stop and then Disable. Again, this will not remove the default Android apps, but it just stopped working on your cell phone, he will never be seen again until you factory reset.

Actually this is not the way that is good, because there are some applications that can not be switched off in this way. If this does not satisfy you, can use a different launcher. Each application can be removed on the launchers, but remember that the default application will remain on your mobile phone and runs in the background.

Android Root Has Been Modified

For you who have to root your phone, delete the default Android apps a little easier.

NoBloat Free [LINK]
This is a great application to remove the default Android apps and bloatware and to back it up. If you delete the wrong application and effect on the features of your phone, this app can help.

This application also has a premium version for Rp 24,999, offers some of the better features such as blacklisting system applications.

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Titanium Backup [LINK]
Arguably the first applications that might be thought of you to remove the default Android application, which is not desirable is Titanium Backup. It can overcome the application you want to throw good from Google Play or congenital.

Free version allows you to backup and uninstall the application. USD 77 999 paid version, this version allows you to back-freez applications and much more.

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System App Remover [LINK]
With this application is very easy to remove the default Android apps and also has the feature to move apps to the SD card, this feature is really useful.

Although there are ads on this application, System App Remover is the fastest application when compared with the two previous applications to remove the default Android apps.

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In addition to the above applications you can also use the App Master [LINK] or also using a custom ROM that is often used as an Android user for fiddling with his cell phone.

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