You probably know what bloatware is even if you've never heard of the word before: we're talking about all those applications that are preinstalled on our smartphones, especially those with their own custom layer of the likes of Samsung, Xiaomi or Huawei. In the majority of cases, apps that we're never going to use but are there wasting our storage and system resources by starting processes that run in the background.
App to uninstall system applications on Android
We'll have problems trying to delete this software since our permissions are limited and we're not usually going to be able to uninstall them. Luckily enough, we can download System app remover for Android, a free tool that will do all the dirty work for us.
Remove the bloatware from your smartphone once and for all.
These are the functions of this application manager that classifies them according to how they may affect our operating system so we don't delete something that just might brick our phone:
- Categorization of apps depending on which ones may cause instability if deleted and which not.
- Apps classified in three large groups: can be deleted, must be kept, and main module.
- Batch uninstallation.
- Not sure about what you're deleting? Back up all your apps by converting them into APKs just in case you need to resort to a backup to fix something that went wrong.
As you can imagine, to use this app you're going to need root permissions, otherwise, you won't be able to delete all those applications.