Newsdelivers.com – The amount of storage capacity of a smartphone will certainly affect the performance of the device. Then the free storage is also a benchmark for what applications can be installed. The larger the installed memory, the more applications can be applied.
Vendors of a smartphone will provide bloatware or default applications on the products sold. The applications in question are Google Chrome, YouTube, and several other applications. As a result, storage capacity is reduced due to the default platform. If the storage capacity is small, it makes the user unable to freely install the desired application.
There is a way to overcome the lack of storage capacity on the device. One of them is to delete the default application from the cellphone.
This is indeed a very common thing to do, considering the need to use a cellphone for each individual is different. Especially for Android-based cellphones, here’s how to delete the default application, which is summarized by brilio.net on Tuesday (15/3).
Using the CCleaner platform.
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1. Download the CCleaner application on the Google Play Store. Just type CCleaner in the search field. Select the app with the brush logo and the letter “C” in red.
2. Once installed, open the application.
3. Tap the three-line icon at the top-left corner of the app.
4. Then select the App Manager option.
5. Select the “System” option.
6. Find the default application that you want to remove.
7. Click the “Uninstall” button so that the application can be removed by CCleaner.
8. Note, deleting bloatware apps can cause problems with the default Android system.
Remove apps with Root.
Rooting is a way to fully access the smartphone without being limited by the conditions of the Android system. That way the user can delete the default application as well as root it. The steps that need to be taken are:
1. Download the “System App Remover” application on the Google Play Store. This application can be used optimally if the device has been rooted.
2. Once installed, open the application. Allow the app to fully access the device by clicking the “Grant” or “Allow” icon
3. Select the default application that you want to delete. The user can select several applications to be uninstalled.
4. Click the “Uninstall” option
5. When a pop-up appears for approval, click “Yes”.
6. Wait until the uninstallation process is successful and complete.
Remove apps without Root.
For users who don’t want the hassle of using CCleaner or rooting, you can do these steps:
1. Go to the settings menu.
2. Select the “applications/apps/applications” option in the settings menu.
3. After the list of installed apps appears, select the app you want to uninstall. For bloatware applications, there are only two uninstall options, namely “Disable” and “Force Stop”.
4. Click the “Disable” button to remove the app. If it still can’t be removed then try to tap the “Force Stop” option.
5. When a pop-up appears, tap “Ok”
6. Wait until the uninstallation process is complete.
Using the Google Play Store.
1. Open the Google Play Store application available on the device you are using.
2. Select the “Menu” option.
3. Tap the “My apps & games” option.
4. Select the application you want to uninstall.
5. Tap “Uninstall” or “Uninstall”
6. Wait for the process to complete.
If some of these methods are less effective, there is a more complicated way but can be done by following these steps:
1. Prepare a Laptop or PC.
2. Install the “Android Studio developer tool” application through the official website. The platform is also available in the app store.
3. Put the device into developer mode. You do this by selecting the “About Phone” menu in the settings. Then tap “Build Number” seven times.
4. Enable USB debugging.
5. Connect the device to the computer via a USB cable.
6. Open PowerShell on the PC or laptop that is used to connect the Android Studio folder and the location of the Android Debug Bridge (ADB).
7. The next process will go to C: Users AppData Local Android SDK platform-tools. Then press Shift + right click inside the folder and select Open PowerShell window.
8. Once the window opens, run the command “adb devices” to start the link and then “adb shell” to get full access of the Android device.
9. The last command is “pm uninstall -k– user 0″ .” is the package name of the application you want to uninstall. Users can also use the App Inspector on their smartphone to find the package name.
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