How to Remove System Apps from Android [Root Required]
Sometimes, Android users encounter an awkward problem and that is low memory issue. Even though, there are plenty of methods to get more storage on a non-memory card supported Android mobile, yet, many of them are certainly not practical. Some methods to obtain additional free storage are usually not long-lasting.
Here, today I am intending to introduce such a definitive solution that has two different consequences. First, you will get some free storage permanently. Second, you will definitely get rid of needless system apps of Android.
Nonetheless, before trying to remove any system app, you must know whether any app can be deleted or not. YES! According to BloatFreezer, this is not possible to uninstall or remove all system apps of Android. What follows is a list of those apps, what can be removed from your Android mobile or tablet.
List of Apps those can be Deleted
Apart from these aforementioned apps/APK files, you cannot delete any other files from your Android mobile. That means, if your unnecessary app is listed here, you are lucky. Otherwise, you may have to opt for any other guide to get things done.
How to Remove System Apps from Android?
If you desired application is listed here, you can make use of the following apps. But, before using any app, you should know that your device must be rooted.
System App Remover
System App Remover is available for Android 2.3 and later version. You can download the free edition of this app, which is enough to remove basic system apps. All options are well categorized but the free version contains ads. Hence, it may look cluttered. Just install this app, select System App, select any app and uninstall it.
System App Uninstaller
The above mentioned should solve your issue. If NOT, you can simply give System App Uninstaller a try. This is also another free application that is available for Android 2.3 and later version. The user interface is 90% same as System App Remover. Just install it, open it, select System App from right pane, choose app(s) to uninstall and hit the Uninstall button. That’s it.
There might have more other tools for the same purpose, but these two apps woks really well.
You can obviously use your stock System app to remove app. But, you should know that Disable and Uninstall are not same thing. The stock System app of Android disables unnecessary app. But, it cannot uninstall any system app. This is where these third party system app uninstallers come in.
Therefore, at first, be confirmed whether this is possible to remove your app and then use one of these two apps to remove or uninstall system apps from Android.