How to remove the bloatware on android phone without root? Yes now Google lets android user to easily remove them. Most of the user root their phone or tablet, so now you need not to do that. If you’re not aware of bloatware, they are the 3rd party pre-installed unwanted apps. However it’s not the only one purpose of the rooting. Most these bloatwares start with the system boot and start eating lots of RAM, processor and battery life. After you rooted, your device warranty voided, however if you can unroot it’s not an issue.
This post I’m going to show you that how to remove ( not permanent) android phone bloatware on your Ice cream sandwich ( ICS 4) phone without root permission. This method doesn’t work on Gingerbread or older versions. I’m not sure this method will be working on all-most all the ICS phone. You can manually check it. If you have the rooted phone use our advanced guides in here.
- Go to “Settings>Apps”
- Now it display all the apps on your phone, go to “All” tab
- Select the bloatware app that you need to remove, and tap on it
- Now App info menu will be display
- Tap on its “Disable” button
- Now it will be display “Disable built-in apps?” warning
- Tap its “OK” button
- Now you disabled the unwanted app on your phone, But don’t disable any system app.
- Now that app not display on your apps drawer as well as its not start with the boot.
- If you need to again enable the disable bloatware, again follow this method.
After you remove the bloatware, their installer still remains on your phone. If you need to delete them you have to root your phone. You can find rooting guides using following links device specify methods in here and one click method in here.