Onda V820w dual OS tablet PC comes with several bloatware on its Android platform. Luckily, Windows 10 does not have this issue. Anyway, it is possible to remove these pre-installed bloatware. But root access is required. No worry, you still can have them disable without root access. Basically, the end result is the same – inactive except these applications still take some disk space because they are not uninstalled. All Onda V820w bloatware can be installed and disabled without root access except Onda Launcher. If you really want to remove / disable it, please follow this guide to do so.
How to remove bloatware on Galaxy Note 3?
How to remove bloatware on Samsung Galaxy Note 3? Well, you can’t unless you have root access. However, you can disable them which basically do the same stuff. Yes, thanks to Google for letting Android 4.0 onward to have this ability. Else we need to use Titanium Pro with root access. Remove those bloatware that you don’t need like ChatON, LINE, Flipboard, WatchOn, KNOX… Sound great, right? There is a limitation – not all application can be disabled. Example, Flipboard…
How to remove bloatware on Galaxy S4?
You can’t find much bloatware on Google Nexus series. But this is not the case for carrier or other brand Android devices. Usually, they are loaded with several bloatwares (applications that you don’t need and use at all). Same apply to Samsung Galaxy S4. There are some applications that I do use use at all. And you can’t uninstall them using the normal way because they are system applications. But you can disable them and stop them from using your precious CPU and memory resources. Well, this method does not remove bloatware totally but have the same effect. Why? You can’t use system storage anyway even after actually removed those bloatware from system storage. Therefore, disable and remove are the same to me (unless you manage to reduce system partition and increase data partition manually).
How to remove bloatware on Nexus 4?
Remove bloatware on Google Nexus 4? Seriously, is that needed? Well, it is up to personally choice to define bloatware. For me, I still don’t use some of the stock Google Android 4.2 Jelly Bean features. And some of them are loaded and running by default. It uses up a bit system resources like RAM and CPU. System apps like Currents, Earth, Google+, Local, Maps, Movie Studio and Navigation are considered bloatware to me. Therefore, it is better to disable them if you are not using them at all.
How to remove bloatware on Samsung Galaxy Note 2?
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.