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Titanium backup is always a good bet. Other than that if you install a custom gapps package that would work. In my experience this app has always worked just fine .
For Sense 8, use this
Removing system apps, use this which I personally recommend
Contacts lost because you saved them on the Device when they were originally created. When you make new ones, make sure at the top where it says "Device", tap it and click your google account. Then it should save to your Google account so they'll sync to any new phones.
Root your phone and install System app remover - that'll allow you to remove them. Alternatively, install a custom rom which just won't include these apps.
My OnePlus 3T had it installed by default, but it was hidden and disabled. Using this app, I found Android Pay, accessed its hidden Details page and Enabled it.
May very well be the case with other phones (?).
It shows up in my app drawer, now, but I can't add any cards.
You dont have enough free space on system partition. Best way to fix it is uninstalling some system apps like gmail and installing it again from Google play.
Edit: i use this: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp
It looks like those are installed as system apps, so try System App remover. What's the phone? If that doesn't work you may be able to flash a custom rom which will remove everything.
I use AdAway and not Adblock, but I know AdAway modifies the hosts file in /system with a long list of ad servers to block. Marshmallow on Nexus 6 has an almost entirely full /system already, so you can't update the file with the long list. If you're unwilling to alter /system already, you'd have to use AdAway's ongoing local proxy server, built for non-root users who are locked out of modifying system files.
It's easy to free up /system space, but you trade off the benefits of Android Pay for ad blocking (but freeing up space also makes room for xposed, if you want to install that). Just use an app to uninstall some system apps - I remove Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides - and then reinstall from the Play Store, which will move them to user data instead. This frees up /system space and has been safe for me.
Sorry I don't have a better systemless method. If your concern is giving up Pay, that's valid, but if it's nervousness about messing up system by uninstalling apps, as long as you stick with the obviously safe one's you'll be fine.
You shouldn't be getting downvotes for this.
In 6.0, the /system partition is almost completely filled so there is no space to install new system apps (like xposed.) In order to make space for them, you need to remove some of the system apps pre-installed in the OS. I'd recommend System app remover. I've removed Google play Movies, Newstand, Music, and a few others. If you ever need these apps again, you can simply find them in the Play Store and install them. Except this time they will be installed to the /data partition so they won't take up any space in /system.
I may have found a partial answer for some folks.
I was having the install loop: Installed the underground apk, looked at the app settings to enable tracking for the free apps, got directed to a link to update the appstore and then either the apk wouldn't install, or it would, and I'd still have the same 'update appstore' whenever I tried to enter app settings.
For me - this was down to having a Samsung phone which came pre-loaded with some amazon apps, which seem to have been conflicting.
I downloaded this from the play store (free): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp&hl=en
Then I used it to remove the amazon store system app and the amazon app store system app.
I then went back to my email link for the underground app store, installed it, went to app settings, it asked me to click to update the appstore, downloaded the next apk through Chrome, installed it, and BOOM, underground working properly.
You'll need to be rooted, but it worked for me straight away.
Why don't you just go into settings -> apps, and then just click the app you want and then uninstall? I mean otherwise you can use this to uninstall normal and system apps and it doesn't look half bad link
Edit: very feature rich
Since you're rooted, you might as well try this app, System App Remover (ROOT).
It deletes the package for me, and it stays gone upon reboots. The only downside is if you update your LineageOS installation, you'll have to run it again to remove the stock apps, so my suggestion would be to probably keep the app installed, even after it works in deleting the apps.
You need to root your device first. Then you can use an app like System app remover to delete all of that crapware
Rooting is not hard and for most phones there is a one click tool. That said, it could possibly brick your phone a.k.a. Render it unusable either permanently or require relatively complex mechanism to get it back online. You are using a SK phone in US so you probably don't have warranty but this voids it and some phones may have fuses that are blown which means you can't just just go back to stock. The OEM can know. After that you can use some popular apps that use root access to remove apps. Be sure to not remove any critical system app. Some apps have color coded flairs which suggests what apps are good to remove so that shouldn't be a issue. Be sure to unroot as it might be a potential security risk if you don't understand what you are doing.
Apps for removing bloatware apps:
1. [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp](system app remover)
2 [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.keramidas.TitaniumBackup](Titanium Backup)
Titanium backup is a known and respected tool but may be confusing at first.. System app remover is something i randomly picked up based on reviews
Ok so now you can use any app that requires root. If you want to remove system apps here is the app I used, although I think there are other apps that do the same thing. Be careful with what you uninstall of course, usually any Samsung-branded media apps are OK to uninstall.
SD Maid can help clear up memory for you, Greenify will help with battery life, and you can flash ROMs using ClockworkMod or TWRP. There are lists of other root apps that you might be interested in as well. Good luck!
If it's the stock firmware from the carrier it will probably still have it. I used an app called System app remover that works great for this. You can quickly uninstall a bunch of software, and it saves the files in an apk for you to restore them individually if you run into any bugs. For the most part I've never run into issues with it.
I'll only speak of the stuff i know...
I remove, google play newsstand, hangouts (I use default messaging app), hp printing service.
this app lets your remove stuff and also tells you generally how safe it is to remove.
You could try using pixelify module and only enabling Google call screening. https://github.com/Kingsman44/Pixelify
I'd recommend deleting the dialer to get a clean slate for pixelify, not sure if it'll cause any bugs. I use https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp for deleting system apps with root. Make sure your apn settings are good, and everything with the name "carrier" "phone" "services" are in msgisk denylist except the dialer app.
The one with the shitty grammar in the app description, that looks like it's been stuck in a time loop since 2007?
The fact that it seems to believe it requires root to achieve what it does (it doesn't) leads me to believe it actually is deleting these applications from the system partition.
I really strongly doubt it's doing anything to establish persistence in its modifications, so just flashing the same or an updated LineageOS build should restore anything it removed.
Great!, I recommend the following magisk modules:
-Busybox for Android NDK (necessary for many roots apps)
-Viper4Android FX Legacy (audio mod, eq, sound FX)
Remember to activate the option called "magisk hide" in the magisk settings to be able to use apps like Netflix and have the Google play certification.
I recommend this app to remove bloatware and system apps. (Need BusyBox)
And finally, but not necessary, you should install a build.prop editor to add this:
wlan.wfd.hdcp=disable (Fix the problems with smart view)
And edit this:
ro.config.tima=1 (Change the "1" for "0") (Fix the private mode and Samsung Health)
Why don't you just use this app or this module to uninstall it?
Why not just disable it if you don't need it.
I tried uninstalling system apps too, when I had a rooted phone. I used this one, but it didn't fully work. The app was gone, but when I installed it from play store the os set it as a system one.
I'm not that good at rooting, but if you want apps to actually be uninstalled, I say you should reinstall the os without the apps and then flash a gapps pack you like
Rooting gives you full Administrator access to your phone. It's a reasonable amount of effort to go through to just remove an app but I made a video of me doing it on my S8 recently: https://youtu.be/BOfv0F12gSI
You could then use something like this to remove any apps you wish: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp
I do! It's called System App Remover. This will actually uninstall the apps from your phone, but be careful. Of course you should do a backup just in case you need to do a hard reset. Additionally, in the app drawer and the settings for the apps that you still might not be able to uninstall, you can disable the app. Which stops it from activating/working at all. It won't be technically removed but it won't be running in the background either.
If you have a rooted phone you can remove system apps. And this includes any apps that are pre-installed on your phone such as Facebook.
Ah, yeah I see that now. I thought it was possible to uninstall. Since you're rooted you can uninstall anything, though. Use System app remover
Get gravitybox to tweak your phone how you want it, adaway to take away ads, greenify for better battery life. Install the xposed framework and download modules that you think would interest you.
Also, make sure to get an app that helps you uninstall bloatware that came with your phone, that you normally wouldn't be able to delete.
> If you actually want to make the device faster uninstall the manufacturer bloatware with something like this https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp
Please explain how uninstalling bloatware would make the device faster. Because it won't. Your suggestion is based on the assumption that all bloatware runs on start, and that there is even bloatware at all. And besides, they can just be disabled in Settings. Flat out uninstalling them is dumb.
It can make some things a bit smoother but nothing huge. Just install it. If you actually want to make the device faster uninstall the manufacturer bloatware with something like this https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp also what phone is it? There might be some custom roms available for it
I stumbled upon this thread: https://forums.oneplus.net/threads/closed-system-partition-in-open-beta-21-3t-is-full.753072/
Apparently the system folder is full in this beta.
I downloaded https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp&hl=nl&rdid=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp System App Remover to remove Google Duo (which is around 24 Mb). Now Lucky Patcher (or Adaway) can create a new hosts file to block ads. Rejoice!
No worries, we've all got to start somewhere ��
Install this app, check the boxes for all the Google apps you want to remove and any bloatware you don't want, and make sure you check Google Play Services and UnifiedNLP (I think that's it, but I'm not sure...). Then select uninstall, reboot, and voilà! You're ready to use microG!
Download this app and use it to uninstall an app on your phone called "Motorola Update Services". This is the app that generates the popup prompts to install the update. Uninstall and it will go to your 'recycle bin' within that app. Just keep it there just in case and you're good.
I would look at factory resetting your phone. You can try rooting your phone and removing all the crap Samsung installs with the device (bloatware) using an app like System app remover (ROOT).
I use the Facebook app on my Galaxy S5 and I don't have that big of an issue with battery drain. However, I'm running a custom operating system and not Samsung's software.
I'm not familiar with the brand, but whether they are rooted or not I suggest using this app or try to delete the default youtube app via ADB for which you can find the guide here
You 1. Have either not actually deleted them. Use an app called "System App Remover" on Google play
Or 2. There is a script that silently checks for the apps, and if they are removed, it autoinstalls in again.
If you're feeling really enthusiastic, you can download catlog, start the recording, delete the apps, and when they come back you could stop the recording and look through the log. I would just recommend wiping your phone, and flashing a different Rom
If you remove it voice search won't work. If you don't use voice search, it depends on whether it's installed as a system app or as a user app. To remove a system app you need root and something like this: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp
System App Remover (ROOT)
It's not bad at all, I was just poking fun at wanting a non-root app to do what people believed you needed to root to do.
I just used this tutorial for noobs and then installed this app to remove all the apps I didn't want anymore.
hope it helps
Hi, you may want to try this: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp&hl=en
We will also send instructions about this soon. Sorry about the inconvenience!
And in recent months we will also distribute clean version of the client as well.
Thanks a lot for your patience!
I'm using the same System App Remover program, while rooted, and I have the same issue where I try to remove an app, but it just comes back. What can I do to avoid this? Freeze with Titanium Backup and then try to remove it? It's a bit frustrating.
Hey, thanks! Gonna try right now. >I'll only speak of the stuff i know...
>I remove, google play newsstand, hangouts (I use default messaging app), hp printing service.
>this app lets your remove stuff and also tells you generally how safe it is to remove.
Sure, i'm at work so excuse mistakes, its as close as I can remember.
Basically, you do this first: https://www.bignox.com/blog/how-to-root-nox-app-player/
That gives you root access. Then you install System App Remover and SuperSU
Next, install the home of your choice and set it up, and set it as default.
Edit: I cant remember but I think you need to launch SuperSU before the next step so the uninstaller gets root access.
Next, use System app uninstaller to uninstall the NOX Home. I can't remember what it's called specifically, but it's in the uninstaller's required files. Just ignore that warning and uninstall it, but ONLY if you installed another home screen app first. I'm not sure what happens if you don't have an interface installed does.
You are basically done at this point, but I would also uninstall the other apps that wouldn't uninstall with the nox launcher installed, like facebook lite and something else I cant remember right now
Root with Magisk.
Modules I run include these and these.
As for debloating, a good app is this one.
Other things to do would be getting a custom kernel like mk2000 BTTF.
Manage the kernel with an app like EX Kernel Manager.
Eliminate image retention by setting custom colour values in EX Kernel Manager per these values.
Run system-wide hosts-based ad blocking with AdAway.
A number of other things are good, too, but you can search the sub for more as my thumb is getting tired.
I know a lot about rooting, and there are apps on the playstore that can have root permission. System app safe remover, titanium backup, and System app Uninstaller all work with root. After uninstalling system apps, you usually have to reboot. I did not "guess," I've been doing this for a long time.
Edit: Those apps will ask for root permission upon opening them.
Personally I just use stock with xposed. If you want to go that route, you flash xposed with TWRP and then use the xposed app to download modules that are basically standalone apps that let you tweak different settings or add features beyond what stock offers. It's a good way to get a custom experience built on top of the factory image without flashing a different ROM.
To install xposed, visit the xda site and download the xposed-v78-sdk23-arm.zip file and the XposedInstaller_3.0_alpha4.apk. You'll have to flash the zip file in TWRP the same way you flash SuperSU, but if you're coming from stock, it'll fail since the stock system partition will be full with apps already. So you'll need to uninstall a couple and then re-install them from the Play Store, which will move them to your user storage. I used System app remover to uninstall Google Sheets, Google Docs, Google Slides, and Japanese Input (not sure if that was too much, but xposed installed after that no problem). The app even notes which ones are safe to remove and which ones aren't. After you uninstall them, you should have enough room on /system to install the xposed zip.
Then install the apk from within Android, same as you would install any other non-Play Store app.
Xposed apps I use are Gravity Box (all sorts of display tweaks), Always Correct, Flat Style Bar Indicators / Flat Style Keyboard, and YouTube Adaway.
You can also download F-Droid (an app store for open source apps) and get AdAway from it, which blocks all ads systemwide.
So, to sum up my steps after adb updating to 6.0.1 last week:
The latest SuperSU is systemless root, which is supposed to keep you eligible for Android Pay and OTA's. However, Android Pay is still denying me access, which I'm guessing comes from removing system apps and putting on Xposed. If you want to just root and use it for ad blocking, Tasker, and Titanium Backup, I think you'd still keep Pay.
Most Android phones can easily be rooted (gaining administration access over the operating system and file system). Before purchasing a phone, do some research and find out the exact rooting method. Some of the cheap Chinese-made devices have root tools, but I wouldn't use them, mainly because I can't read Chinese.
Rooting can be as simple as installing Framaroot or Towelroot (making sure USB Debugging is enabled in Developer Settings) and running it. Other devices will need you to use ADB (Android Debugging Bridge) on your computer to install the SuperSU app and su binary.
There are a multitude of bloatware removal apps on the Play Store, but I've only ever used this one. Alternatively, you can use a file manager app like Root Explorer or ES File Explorer to navigate to /system/apps and delete the .apk files for any app you don't want (deleting certain system apps can brick your phone, so pay attention to what you're deleting, and if you don't know what something is, Google is your best friend).
If you need any help picking out a phone or rooting it, PM me and I'll do my best to help out. I've been an Android poweruser for 4 years, so I know my way around phones pretty well.
I used an app called System App Remover to completely remove it.
You can uninstall it.
Root the phone following these directions:
Then install this app from the play store and remove the offending app:
If your phone is rooted, you can try System App Remover from the Play store.
It works well for me.
If your phone is rooted, you can use System app remover (ROOT).
Try this https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp
This works for me.
I haven't tried it, but there is a System App Remover. It requires a rooted phone, though.
No. Once you have rooted, install this https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp&hl=en_GB . Then you can uninstall all the bloatware you like!
I used this root app to do it: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp
It worked!!! Thanks a lot :)
Link for anyone else that wants to remove it: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp
No problem; most people don't know half the stuff their phone can do. For example, the S5 also comes with a flashlight by default (under Widgets --> Torch). Yet I've seen a ton of people download free flashlight apps from the Play Store despite the fact that they require tons of permissions that absolutely are not crucial to the functioning of the light. Don't like all the bloatware Samsung and your carrier preload your phone with? Download System App Remover after rooting your device. Can't find the remote? Smart Remote should be included on your phone by default, and lets you use it to control any television via infrared.
I've managed to remove the bloatware using this app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp
Before trying removing them, I disabled them
Thank you everybody!
You can use System App Remover (Play Store)
Better to use Uninstaller app with root privileges given.
Try this :https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp
Just a thought?
1) System app remover (root needed) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp
2) Easy Uninstaller App Uninstall https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=mobi.infolife.uninstaller
3) Uninstaller https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rhythm.hexise.uninst
4) Uninstall Perfect Uninstaller https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=bazinga.uninstaller
Thank you for your efforts
How? The fuck did you download? Users never cease to amaze me.
Regardless, I used this, but you need to be rooted.
Try this its nice
I use System app remover (ROOT) to remove them.
When rooted I've used this System App Remover (ROOT) which works well.
System app remover (ROOT) - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp
Root it and you can remove system apps no problem
This one worked perfectly for me, it needs root though.
This would do
Try this app to remove it, it worked for me. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp&hl=en
System app remover (ROOT).
Edit: I'm an idiot, try the above
Yes you can acutally remove the bloatwares from your phone using apps like system app remover
But it will require you to root your phone first.
Repercussion of rooting are mostly losing your warranty although you can unroot and the service center might accept. Also there is a very small chance of bricking your phone , which means converting it to an expensive paper weight. But the pros of root overshadow the cons.
As for how to root you can check this link out : http://www.xda-developers.com/root/#samsung
Hi, you may want to try this app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp&hl=en.
I tested using this app to uninstall and found no problems.
Root and install the App Uninstall and delete all the clutter.
Download an uninstaller app. I use this one: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jumobile.manager.systemapp&hl=en
(You have to reboot after every uninstall with this app, btw)
I always use System App Remover to uninstall System Apps:
Rooting and jailbreaking your phone opens up such new opportunities to do with your phone! For example:
Android has System app remover that can remove any system apps. Why would you want this? Some phones come with pre installed bloatware that you cannot uninstall, therefor taking up space and processing power, battery life, data etc. With system app remover you can forcefully remove the apps from your system permanently and have them never bother you again!
However, with great power comes great responsibility. It lets you uninstall ANY app, including core functions such as the shell and playstore. Along with screen drivers and "Insert core system function here". Basicly you can delete the android version of system 32 if you screw up.
Another useful app is Wifi key finder. What this app does is it goes through your wifi settings looking for your saved passwords and displays them to you. Why would you need this? Say your phone is connected to X wifi that you forgot the password to and you need to connect your laptop to wifi ASAP. You could just dig it up and type it into your laptop and be on your merry way! Another good use for it (And one that has saved mine and others friends butts many times) is showing the password that you got via WPS. Oh and you know those fancy restaurants that have secured wifi networks that you need to have the waiter enter the password for you and wont tell you what it is? Sucks to be you restraunt. I have your password and that password is.... "iheartrainbows44" wat.
And onto iOS we have Cercube red! Imagine youtube red but for free. (And no access to the exclusive youtube red stuff.)
... I would say more but I lost my iphone months ago! :D
1) Linkme: System app remover (ROOT) I have a Note 4 so I know that feel. Just root and get rid of all that garbage.
2) I am running 5.0.1 with a custom ROM and yes it's possible, definitely worth it as well. There are many great apps that require root like Greenify and Titanium Backup
3) Depends on what app is using it. If you're using FB messenger it could be looking up your location to pin you on a map, or could be Google getting your current location for relevant information. Check what apps are using your GPSin the location settings.
4) I usually have the Google Search bar on my home screen (Try Nova Launcher or Google Now Launcher) and also use 'Ok Google' to vice activate the search. No need for buttons that way.
5) Could you be more specific about what the settings key is?
Edit: Bot linked wrong app, here is the correct one
He was rooted, so yeah, he can delete it. Also he can just delete the apk from the system files (though its not recommended).
Well, you can uninstall that apps, but you need an app remover.
You can also install a custom ROM like CyanogenMod (there are more, probably), which doesn't come with any preinstalled bloatware. However you need to make some research, not all phones are compatible.