how can i delete preinstalled apps on umi x2?

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  • #3997

    Moussa
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    i baught an umi x2 and it has weird chinese applications and i have problems with deleting them :huh:

    #13530

    Try the method mentioned here:
    http://droidchina.com/forum/Thread-How-to-get-rid-of-Android-crapware

    I think you have root the phone and use adb shell or other cli tools to remove programs that come with the ROM.

    #13531

    Moussa
    Member

    thank you i will try that =)

    #14579

    mareebaybay
    Member

    Yes I think the only way to delete the pre-installed apps on your device, is to root the phone itself. I don’t think any phone manufacturer would give you the option to delete the pre-installed apps.

    #14584

    ChiChai
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    mareebaybay wrote:
    Yes I think the only way to delete the pre-installed apps on your device, is to root the phone itself. I don’t think any phone manufacturer would give you the option to delete the pre-installed apps.

    That’s right. They’re using those apps to set their phone apart from all the different Android phones that exist. Many phones with pre-installed apps would mostly have something where you’d be urged to submit your information for login. I think that’s part of how they’re advertising for their other products.

    #14682

    Summer
    Member

    Maybe you can download some phone manager software to your computer, then you can connect your phone to your computer, and deal with the data and apps in your phone via the software.

    #14720

    orz
    Member

    If you can’t delete it with the Application Manager then they were put on by the carrier, you’ll have to root your phone which is very easy (Just make sure you know what you’re doing) and then install an app which will allow you to delete them.

    #18625

    haokuna
    Participant

    Thank you so much, I will try it if needed. I used to use Android data cleaner to delete unwanted files, it’s fine but another way is also appreciated.

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