[GUIDE] EMUI 11 Complete Debloating Guide & Bloatware List

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faceliler

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Chiang Mai
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
This de-bloating guide will help you start using EMUI 11 as clean as possible.
Please list packages in the comments section that you know is a bloatware and I didn't include in the spreadsheet.
This guide assumes that you're using Windows 10 as your PC OS.

BLOATWARE SPREADSHEET

To bring back software that you accidentally removed:
adb shell cmd package install-existing (com.package.name)


How-to for newbies


WARNING! Before following, make sure you have enabled the developer mode in your phone and enabled USB debugging.
(Go to Settings>About phone> click on Build number 7 times > go back > go to System & updates > Developer options > enable USB debugging)

1) Download Android SDK Platform tools. LINK

2) Create a new folder directly in C:\ drive and name it adb

3) Copy everything inside SDK Platform tools zip into C:\adb

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4) Press WindowsKey+R, type cmd and press enter.

5) In cmd, type cd C:\adb and press enter.

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Now you can copy and paste commands from the spreadsheet!
 

GIBbeerSKY

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Aug 21, 2011
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Hi @faceliler
disabling the com.huawei.android.hwaps makes the switching between 90Hz and 60Hz not working. The switch is still under screen settings, but it does not make anything. If you have been on 90Hz mode before disabling it, you will stay on 90Hz. Same in the other way - you will stick on 60Hz mode if you was on 60Hz mode.
 

faceliler

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Jul 28, 2012
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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
Hi @faceliler
disabling the com.huawei.android.hwaps makes the switching between 90Hz and 60Hz not working. The switch is still under screen settings, but it does not make anything. If you have been on 90Hz mode before disabling it, you will stay on 90Hz. Same in the other way - you will stick on 60Hz mode if you was on 60Hz mode.
Hi, thank you for reporting, I will erase it from the list.
 

Just_a_fan

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Mar 11, 2014
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Thanks @faceliler, but...
Why make it harder than it is?

@Cyber.Cat was so kind and built an easy tool for debloating your Huawei over a year ago. He even made a post about it right in this forum:
You can find it here.

And he made some nice updates since then, here's the thread about his program.

No root needed, no annoying package name searching or anything else.
Just mark and delete or only deactivate.
 

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    This de-bloating guide will help you start using EMUI 11 as clean as possible.
    Please list packages in the comments section that you know is a bloatware and I didn't include in the spreadsheet.
    This guide assumes that you're using Windows 10 as your PC OS.

    BLOATWARE SPREADSHEET

    To bring back software that you accidentally removed:
    adb shell cmd package install-existing (com.package.name)


    How-to for newbies


    WARNING! Before following, make sure you have enabled the developer mode in your phone and enabled USB debugging.
    (Go to Settings>About phone> click on Build number 7 times > go back > go to System & updates > Developer options > enable USB debugging)

    1) Download Android SDK Platform tools. LINK

    2) Create a new folder directly in C:\ drive and name it adb

    3) Copy everything inside SDK Platform tools zip into C:\adb

    Screenshot_2.png


    4) Press WindowsKey+R, type cmd and press enter.

    5) In cmd, type cd C:\adb and press enter.

    Screenshot_3.png


    Now you can copy and paste commands from the spreadsheet!