Do you hate Bloatware (unnecessary features that are not used by end users, or generally use more system resources than necessary)? No worry, Google make a great move because you can remove them from Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich onward. Of course, Samsung Galaxy Note II with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean can do so too. So you can disable those unable to uninstall built-in applications like ChatON, Flipboard, Game Hub, Learning Hub and Readers Hub on your Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
How to disable built-in system application on Samsung Galaxy Note 2?
- Go to Settings.
- Select Applications manager.
- Go to ALL tab.
- Select the application that you want to disable.
- Click on Uninstall updates (if have).
- Click on Disable.
- Confirm it by select OK.
- That’s all.
Note – Only disable those built-in apps that you know. Else system might not behave properly…
How to enable it back? i no longer see ChatsOn after i disable it.
Click on enable button.
If you scroll all the way down in applications list you’ll see your disabled apps there.
Jacye is wrong. When you disable it, it disappears from the list, which makes pressing enable impossible. You need to press the button to the left of physical home button, while you are in settings/application manager/all screen. You should see an option that says “Reset app preferences” which will reset all the apps you disabled back to normal.
It isn’t removed from the list, it just seems that way at first glance because
**Disabled Apps are grouped together at the bottom of the list.**