How to Uninstall Apps on Android Smartphones

How to Uninstall Apps on Android Smartphones

Android smartphones come with a lot of preinstalled software and games that has literally zero purpose. Nobody like these apps and yet they stay inside your smartphone and takes system resources and ram storage. Moreover, these apps send you irritating notifications and pesky ads in the background making your smartphone more frustrating to use. In this tutorial, we'll show you how to uninstall apps from Android smartphones.

Also read: 5 Ultimate Tips to Increase Your Smartphone Battery Life

How to Uninstall Apps on Android Smartphones

1) Uninstall Apps From Android Settings

  1. Open Settings on your Android smartphones from the app drawer or quick panel.
  2. Scroll down, tap on Apps
  3. Select See all apps
  4. Find and tap on the app you want to uninstall
  5. Then, tap Uninstall
  6. Lastly, tap OK.

2) Uninstall Apps Using Third-Party App Uninstaller

There are tons of third-party app uninstallers available on the Google play store. But, my favorite app uninstaller is Link2SD. It allows users uninstall apps within a single tap. Users can also uninstall system apps, however, root is required. Link2SD app also comes with tons of additional features, such as move apps to SD card, SD card partition, Convert user apps into system apps, Freeze and un-freeze system and users applications, and more. It also comes with inbuilt reboot manager feature, which includes power off, normal reboot, quick (hot) reboot, reboot recovery, reboot bootloader/download mode.

3) Uninstall Apps Through USB Debugging

Through USB debugging user can uninstall apps without rooting their Android smartphone. It is possible through a feature called Android Debug Bridge (ADB). Here's a complete tutorial by XDA on how to How to uninstall carrier/OEM Bloatware without root access.

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Ashish Pandey

I'm BCA Graduate Python Programmer, Tech Blogger, and Great Learner, etc.

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