Being an Android user, you need to be aware of some basic software that can really slow down your device. One of these Bloatware which happen to your android phone and consume a lot of RAM and battery life.
Normally, the bloatware exist in your device in the form of duplicate stock apps or system apps. The softwares that has unnecessary features and are not used by the system but still consume a lot of memory, this situation is known is Bloatware.
Every developer of the software want the user to stay stick to their software, in that case they always work on bringing new and customized features for their users. The developers provide those new features in the form updates. When these updates get installed on the device, it become heavy on performance and consume a lot of memory and sometime exceed the system requirement limit.
In that case, the situation become worst. The device performance is badly affected by bloatwares. In this article, we will guide how to remove or uninstall the bloatware from your device.
Before proceeding, make sure that the bloatware, you are uninstalling from your device is not used by your system. Because uninstalling the package, that is used by system always running in the background can cause your device bricked.
How To Remove Bloatware From your Device (Rooting Required)
This method to remove the bloatware from your device require rooting your device.
- If your device is not rooted. You need to root your device with SuperSu or Magisk.
- If your device is rooted, then simply download the “System App Remover (Root)” and then install it on your device.
- After installing the software, open the system app remover application and then grant the root permission.
- Now, System app remover, you will be able to see all the apps installed on your device in the form of list. Simply uninstall the app, you want to remove from your device.
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