Nowadays, Android is getting more famous than bada, windows, Symbian and blackberry operating system. The fame and famous of android is because of open source platform, user friendly and have lots of applications in play store. So all the branded mobile companies like sony, micromax, ASUS, Samsung etc are launching new mobile models in android operating system.
When we switch on the new android device, we are become curious to see the functionality of it. But when you see the applications, there will be few useless default applications are installed and occupy more space in your android phone.
Internal memory is important for users as well as device. In 2010 model devices from Samsung, Sony companies has only 512MB of internal memory. So we can’t install more than 5 applications in that. But there are many unwanted default applications are in that devices like calendar, game etc. If we want to uninstall all those applications we have to “Root” our device. Rooting gives you super-user power to modify your mobile structure.
Step 1: Search Google using your device “brand name” and “model number”. There are many blogs in the web which are providing android rooting tutorials for all model devices. Beware of “Bricking”. If you did any mistakes during rooting, your device will get brick. Do the process thoughtfully and carefully while rooting.
Step 2: After rooting, your mobile phone will get “reboot”. Then, download and install uninstaller applications from google play store. Check whether this application is compatible with your device, if not download some other application to uninstall default applications.
Step 3: When you open the app, mobile phone will ask permission to access “SUPER-USER” mode click ok, some other devices it will automatically switched to “SUPER-USER” MODE.
Step 4: Open the “Uninstaller” applications and locate the unwanted applications in .apk extension. For example if you want to uninstall “Calendar application” select the applications and click “OK”. Don’t try to uninstall system applications like “Setting”.
Step 5: Uninstall all the unwanted default applications and make the internal memory free. Next reboot your phone by opening in recovery mode.
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