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[HOW TO] Remove bloatware or any system apps easily

28th April 2014, 05:56 PM |#1  
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Now you can easily remove any bloatware or annoying unusual system apps easily with ES file Explorer.
1. At first root your device.
2. Download ES file Explorer from play store.
3. Open ES file Explorer and look onto top left corner there is a blue color icon of browser and a mobile. Tap on that blue icon and scroll down to Root Explorer. Tap on it and give root permission.
4. Now select system apps those you want to Uninstall.
5. Press and hold on your unwanted apps and tap Uninstall on bottom left corner.
Now you can Uninstall any unwanted or annoying system apps easily without aroma Uninstaller or something. I think this is the most easy way to remove bloatware.

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28th April 2014, 06:01 PM |#2  
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titanium backup has better for this... inclusive make backups

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28th April 2014, 06:07 PM |#3  
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titanium backup has better for this... inclusive make backups

Sent from my GT-I9505 using xda app-developers app

It's also deletes necessary libs that the phone uses for feature etc rotation in samsung roms. If you delete allshare I think it was with tb you'll loose the screen rotation feature. Since it deletes the lib as well

So tb is good almost every cases except this

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titanium backup has better for this... inclusive make backups

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In step 4 when you are pressing and holding a system app to Uninstall , it will give you four option UNINSTALL, BACKUP, SHARE and SEND. With this app you can Uninstall, backup as well as share.
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Originally Posted by nafis_t

Now you can easily remove any bloatware or annoying unusual system apps easily with ES file Explorer.
1. At first root your device.
2. Download ES file Explorer from play store.
3. Open ES file Explorer and look onto top left corner there is a blue color icon of browser and a mobile. Tap on that blue icon and scroll down to Root Explorer. Tap on it and give root permission.
4. Now select system apps those you want to Uninstall.
5. Press and hold on your unwanted apps and tap Uninstall on bottom left corner.
Now you can Uninstall any unwanted or annoying system apps easily without aroma Uninstaller or something. I think this is the most easy way to remove bloatware.

If I helped you Plz hit the <<Thanks button

Awesome man! Just follow the instructions and removed unwanted bloatwares and system apps.
3rd May 2014, 02:24 PM |#6  
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Yeah its worked!
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