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Ellie, a Brit currently living in Vancouver, plays Ultimate Frisbee. Her plate tossing propensity takes her everything over the spot, contending in worldwide competitions in remote of the earth, and this year, her difficult work and devotion to the game has earned her a spot on the Canadian National Team; she will speak to at the World Ultimate Championships in bright London in a little more than a month's time. Be that as it may, Ellie's gifts and interests aren't restricted to totally dominating her rivals on the Frisbee pitch. She likewise ascends mountains and rock faces and by and large loves an old fashioned experience. Not the sort to surrender one for the other, Ellie exploits the overall travel by arranging post competition undertakings in wild places. A year ago, in the wake of contending in the World Championships of Beach Ultimate in Dubai, Ellie and a few companions had a little vitality to save, so went for a stroll into the Oman Desert. Here's her stor

HOW TO DISABLE BLOATWARES ON YOUR ANDROID PHONES


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Disabling bloatware and apps on Android Phone has been an act I advise Android users to practice consistently when you discover your device hangs due to low phone RAM and memory usage.
Before I kick off with this tutorial, I would like you to understand two words you will come across in this tutorial. “Uninstall” and “Disable
Uninstall Android Apps
Whenever you come across the word “Uninstall“, this means that the app(s) was downloaded and installed on your device. Clicking on the “Uninstall” button completely removes the app from your device. When you see the word “Disable” there is two method there has an Android app. Nonetheless, bloatware that comes pre-loaded on your device will undoubtedly need to be Disabled not uninstall.
Bloatware apps usually need to be “disabled.” A disabled app is still technically installed on your device, however, it can’t run and it won’t appear in your application drawer. In every practical sense, the application is no more.
NOTE: Disabling an app doesn’t require root access or any fancy hacking. It’s a feature built into Android to help you combat bloatware.

How to Disable Bloatwares on your Android Phone

The easiest way to remove bloatware is to go where all of your apps are listed.
How to Disable Bloatwares on your Android Phones
  1. Open Settings > Apps
  2. Select the app you want to remove
  3. You’ll see two buttons: Force stop and Disable (or Uninstall)
  4. Tap Disable (or Uninstall)
  5. Select YES
That’s it! It’s a good idea to Force stop the app and Clear Data while you’re on the app info page. To re-enable an app, simply visit the app page again and tap Enable.
Some phones will allow you to uninstall or disable apps directly from the app drawer. Samsung and LG phones have this feature built-in to the default home screen launcher. To should work something like this:
  1. Open the app drawer to see all of your apps
  2. Tap the three-dot menu icon in the top right
  3. Select Edit
  4. Tap the minus icon on any app you’d like to Disable or Uninstall
  5. Tap DONE
These methods will work for most bloatware apps, but you may run across apps that can’t even be disabled. It’s usually not a good idea to remove those apps. However, there is a way to do it if you root your device.
Hope you learnt one or two tips from this tutorial? you have any contribution or question, kindly use the comment box below

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