If you are looking at the post for how to uninstall preinstalled apps on android with root then you have come to the right place.
Now I’m going to show you how to you can uninstall the pre-installed app on android.
Already I told that this method is only for ROOT-user. So, I hope that you are a root user. If you agree that you are a root user then follow the post.
Why we need to uninstall the pre-installed apps:
How to Uninstall Preinstalled Apps by Cx File Explorer:
At first, install Cx File Explorer from the below link (playstore):
After installing this file explorer, now open this app. Now you can a new screen like the below screenshot
Now click on the Apps option (see upper screenshot red mark). After entering the Apps option you can 2 section:
Now click on the ALL option and see the default app which app you want to uninstall.
I want to uninstall the “Galaxy Apps” app. SO, I selected the app by long press. After selected the app you can see a new menubar in the below like this screenshot:
Now tap the Uninstall option. Then you can see a new warning window for root permission. Give grant permission. Now you can be able to uninstall any preinstalled app!
How to delete apps on android that came with phone by ES file explorer:
At first, install amaze file manager from playstore or download ES File Explorer from the below link:
Now open the es file explorer app.
And follow the below screenshots:
Now click marked place from the below screenshot.
Now you can see a System folder like the below screenshot:
Now enter the system folder and then click on the app folder. Now you can see your all app list.
Long-press on the app/select the system app which system app are you want to uninstall from your phone.
After selecting your app now click Delete option and Uninstall Preinstalled Apps on your Android phones.
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