How to Remove Default Android Applications Without Root 2021 – Android in its original form is an excellent mobile operating system capable of offering high levels of functionality and usability. What I don’t think is that almost all manufacturers customize ROMs by filling them with apps and utilities that, apart from being unused (in most cases), occupy ROM memory and RAM, breaking the device.
How to Remove Default Android Applications Without Root
We have seen before how to delete default android apps without root, but in some cases, this can only be disabled. If we want to completely remove it, we only need minimal PC and computer skills.
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Without this app we would free up (albeit a little) our device memory, we would have fewer apps running in the background, resulting in battery savings and supporting more responsive devices
How to Delete Default Android Applications Without Root
For third-party android apps, most of them can be easily removed.
1. On your Android phone, go to “Settings -> Manage Applications.”
2. Find the application you want to delete and tap it.
3. If there is an “Uninstall” button, tap it to uninstall the application.
4. If you see a “Disable” button instead of the Uninstall button, this means that the application cannot be uninstalled but can be disabled.
“Disabled” means the application becomes inactive, will not appear in your application list, and will not be recognized as an installed application.
Tap the Disable button to disable the app.
For Xiaomi phones, first, install the “Hidden Settings for MIUI” app.
1. Open “Hidden Settings for MIUI.”
2. Go to “Manage applications” and find the application you want to disable.
3. Tap the “Disable” button.
Remove Default Android Applications Without Root With ADB
Add is a powerful tool for you to debug your phone. It also comes with commands for you to manage application packages (in this case, uninstall packages).
1. To use ADB, you must have ADB installed on your desktop computer.
For Linux, you can simply install “android-tools” from your Software Center or package manager.
2. Next, you need to activate “Developer Options” on your phone. Once enabled, go to Developer Options, scroll down the list and enable “USB debugging.”
3. Connect your phone to the desktop via USB cable. When prompted, change the “fill only” mode to the “file transfer (MTP)” mode.
4. In Windows, navigate to the ADB directory and launch a command prompt in that folder. For Linux, just open Terminal.
Type the following command to start ADB and verify that the phone is connected.
If you see an entry listed under the “Device list” section, then your device is connected.
5. Start the ADB shell.
6. List all packages installed on the phone.
pm list packages
The list will be very long. You can use it to narrow down the list. For example, to show only Google packages, use the command:
pm list package | grep 'google'
7. Find the name of the application you want to remove. Name is the entry after it
Package:. For example, the package name for the Google Contact application is
If you’re having trouble identifying the package name, simply head over to the Google Play Store in your browser and search for the app. Check the URL for the package name.
8. Type the following command to uninstall the application.
pm uninstall -k --user 0 package-name
You will see the word “Success” if the uninstall was successful.
So I share how to delete the default android application without root which is guaranteed to work by following the steps above.