The bloatware that comes pre-installed on many of our devices can be a major pain. While such apps can be easily uninstalled on most computers, deleting them on smartphones however, it might be a little tricky and complex affair. Bloatwares are generally bundled in the form of system apps that cannot be uninstalled directly using the standard uninstall procedure. Yesterday I wrote a tutorial on the same topic that intended to show you some easy ways you can delete, hide and disable bloatwares from your Android phone. Here is another tutorial that will guide you as you attempt to delete such apps that you cannot uninstall directly from the Application Manager of your phone.
If you have a rooted Android phone, the task becomes very easy as you can download any good root explorer app from the market and delete the desired system or stock app from system/apps folder on your phone’s internal storage. But what about those do not have a rooted Android phone! Well, e should be grateful to XDA member Broadways who has come to the rescue with a stock recovery-flashable zip file that removes bloatware from the stock Android recovery. Yea, you can delete all desired bloatwares just by running a script by installing the the bloatkill.zip file.
Actually the script was originally written for the Samsung Galaxy Y, but it has been confirmed working on other Android smartphones too. Recently I tested it on my Samsung Galaxy S3 and it worked perfectly. Before we begin, do remember that the system/app partition on Android houses all the critical components of your device, that are required for it to function properly. It is very important, therefore, that you take care that the app you are going to delete is not associated with some essential function.
If you are a seasoned Android phone user, the procedure might seem to you very easy, but if your new to such things, make sure you follow the steps described below to the letter.
When your device wakes up, open the app drawer only to be surprised that the bloatwares have gone. If they are still present their, it means you did not type the app names correctly in Step 8.
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