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How to remove Bloatware apps from all Android devices

You have surely heard ofbloatware, are the applications installed by the device manufacturers to add an exclusive touch of the company on branded smartphones. These applications are called bloatware because eat a lot of memory that could be used for more useful applications, or to store important data and documents. The applications bloatware they cannot be uninstalled and slow down the performance and speed of your Android smartphone. In this article we will see how remove Bloatware appson an Android device.

The reason why many users prefer to use custom ROMs, because these do not contain useless applications or any other type of bloatware. But custom ROMs are sometimes not the best choice, especially when you are not an Android maniac.

How to remove Bloatware apps

The only solution is to try to remove the applications bloatware from the firmware stock of your device. So far there have been several methods of removing these applications, but all of them were aimed at specific devices or specific manufacturers. A universal method valid for all Android devices landed on the Google Play Store and now we present it to you.

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<p><strong>NoBloat</strong> by TVK Development an interesting solution, which gives users the possibility to delete the default applications / images installed on any Android smartphone. The application <strong>requires diroot permissions</strong>, once granted, allows users to select and delete i<strong> bloatware</strong>. (Here the guide to delete appBloatware without having root permissions)</p>
<p>The best option of this application is the one that allows you to create one <strong>backup copy</strong> pre-installed applications on the phone's SD card and then delete them. <strong>NoBloat</strong>  very useful but you have to be careful, because if you delete some system applications, it could cause problems for the correct functioning of the device and you can get errors even after a while. In this case, restoring the previously performed backup can prove to be a real help, otherwise, if you do not have the backup, you are forced to install new firmware on the device.</p>
<p>Another interesting option of <strong>NoBloat</strong> to simply disable applications <strong>bloatware</strong>, without deleting them immediately. This can free up a lot of storage space, occupied by unused data on the Android device and thus increase the performance of the device. The free version of <strong>NoBloat</strong> it comes with limited options, but there is a paid version that enhances the functionality of the device at best.</p>
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  • Make sure the device has Root permissions.
  • To install NoBloat Free from the Google Play Store.
  • Identify bloatware applications on your device.
  • Now open NoBloat from the apps folder.
  • Select the bloatware applications you wish to delete.
  • Make sure that no other applications used by the system are selected, for example, launcher, camera, gallery or any other system application.
  • Back up your applications.
  • Delete or disable applications.
  • Check that the device is fully functional.

This is all. If you have root permissions on the device, this is the easiest way to remove Bloatware apps on Android devices.