Preinstalled applications aka Bloatware might excite you when you purchase a new phone for yourself or even gift it to your dear ones. In the beginning, days when you are learning to operate one, you will tap each and every app just to check what is it and how it works. There are loads of such stuff available with each and every Android phone like the Google apps, preinstalled chat apps etc. but most of them are very irritating and later you may find out that they are literally of no use and only disturbing the Ram of your device.
Ever thought why all the Google apps are present on your launching screen? If you find out nearly 18-20 Google apps comes preinstalled on every android device and all this is done to make Google the prominent search engine. Rude business policy for the Android users but very beneficial for Google Inc. Still, some of the apps are truly useful and handy while others are just covering the space, so it becomes important to remove the bloatware from your smart tech devices. Making it simple for the new users let’s have a brief discussion about what exactly are these things.
Now, what is Bloatware?
Bloatware aka preinstalled apps which are entirely useless and only consume the RAM space of your device. These apps run on the device background, consume your internet and even the battery of your device.
Now the question arises on how to delete or uninstall such application. This isn’t those same applications which you easily uninstall at a single go. Most of the Bloatware comes in a hidden folder with zero access.
Root your device
To root your android device, there are several of software you get from the internet with guidance and tips. For example dr.fone-root, below you can see the full guide to root your device from this software:
- Connect your android device to the computer and launch the software on your computer. If your device Android OS version is latest than a pop-up message will appear automatically on your phone screen and tap on OK to give permission of USB debugging. If it doesn’t appear due to the old version of Android OS or any reason then follow the simple step i.e. Settings > Developer Option > USB Debugging > Swipe Enable. After all of these, Click on Root option on displaying on your computer.
- Once the software recognizes your device, click on start button to begin the process of rooting your phone.
- After completion of recognizing your device and finds the proper way to root your device, you will see the root now option, click on it.
- During the rooting process, you will see a message asking would you like to root the phone? Tap on confirm button at that time to give the permission and continue rooting. Once you confirmed, your device will be successfully root in a couple of minutes.
How to Remove Bloatware from the android device after rooting?
After rooting your device, you can download and install various unapproved software to remove various bloatware software from your device. You can download it from search engines as well as on Google Play Store, in which you will find numerous of applications like No bloat, Titanium Backup, and Es File manager etc. Remember one thing, before uninstalling the Bloatware software you should create a backup first in an external memory like a memory card or pen drive. Backup of your data is important because in various cases when you are using an unauthorized application to remove bloatware it removes the whole data from your device.
Steps to remove bloatware by using Nobloat application:
- Download and install Nobloat free application from Google Play Store.
- Open the application and select System Apps
- Select the application to remove, and click on delete without backup.
Note: Instead of choosing delete without a backup option you can also choose disable, backup or backup and delete.
So this is the most updated guide to uninstall the Bloatware or Pre-Installed applications in your Android device without any Hassle. Hope this article have helped you out to solve your issues, if you face any bugs or errors just ping us through the comments.