How to Disable & Remove System Apps from Android (without rooting)

All the latest android smartphone comes with lots of System apps which you will most likely never use and most of the user want to uninstall them form their device. All these application are called bloatware or pre-installed system applications. If you are the Samsung, LG or Sony Android user then you can see lots of these application on your device, but can’t find the option to uninstall them. These apps take up a huge amount of space and resources making your device slower and draining your device’s battery. Today in this tutorial we’ll show you how you can disable all these app and uninstall them easily from your device and get more storage on your phone.

In the below guide we show you the two different method which you can apply on your device. Once is for the rooted users and one for the uprooted users.


1st Method: Disabling the apps (without rooting):– This guide will work on all android device running on Android 4.2. or higher. By disabling, the apps aren’t uninstalled, you will hide them so you won’t see them on your home screen and and consume your battery power. To get started Open up the Settings app Navigate to Apps and hit the “more” tab. Here you can see the list of the android app which are installed on your device. Tap on the “All” Tab to see the list of system apps. Look for an app you want to remove and press “Disable” – See the screenshot below:-


That’s all the app is disabled and it will not run in the background.

2nd Method: Use NoBloat App (Rooted Users)- This method will work only for the rooted users, with rooted device you can do lots of task easily on your Android. Read Our Guide here Advantages of Rooting Android Phone & Why You Should Root

a) Go to the Google Play store and install the NoBloat Free app on your phone.

b) Run the application and select all the system app one by one form the app screen and remove all of them with a single click.


That’s it! Now all the system apps are permanently remove form your phone or tablet.

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  1. Maria Waterson May 14, 2014