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How to remove bloatware on Nexus 7?

How to remove bloatware on Google Nexus 7? Seriously, are there still bloatware on Nexus 7? It is already a very slim and clean stock Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS. Well, I use Nexus 7 as a gaming machine and Internet browsing tool. And use most of other stuffs on my smartphone. So there are several built-in applications are considered bloatware to me. For example, Currents, Earth, Email, Google+, Massager, People, Talk… Remove them might save some memory resources for better gaming.

Disable bloatware on Google Nexus 7

How to remove bloatware on Samsung Galaxy S3?

Bloatware == unnecessary features that are not used by end users, or generally use more system resources than necessary. Everybody definition on bloatware is not the same. For example, ChatON on Samsung Galaxy S III is a bloatware to me because I don’t use it. However, it might be a very useful application to certain people. We can’t uninstall / remove this Samsung Galaxy S3 bloatware as it is built in as part of the firmware. Luckily, we can disable it from running as system service or process which eat up precious memory (part of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich feature. No root access is required to disable built-in system application).

Disable bloatware on Samsung Galaxy S3

How to disable built-in system app on HTC One X?

I believe that everyone hate bloatware on their smartphone. Luckily, HTC One X does not bundle much bloatware. It has only 1 application that I won’t use ~ 7digital. How to remove this built-in system application on HTC One X? Well, we can’t remove it totally. But we can disable it so that it won’t show up in app drawer. And disable it from running as system service or process which eat up precious memory RAM. Yes, this is part of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich feature and luckily HTC does not disable this feature on HTC One X. No root access is required to disable built-in system application from now on.

Disable built-in system application on HTC One X

How to freeze / disable / remove system apps in Android?

There is lot of bloatware in stock ROM / firmware usually which most of us don’t use them. And these system applications / services eat your phone CPU, memory, data and battery. You can’t remove them with Android Manage application function because they are system apps. I use Titanium Backup PRO to freeze or uninstall those unneeded system apps on my rooted phone. However, you need to pay to use Titanium Backup PRO. Here is a free solution with App Quarantine (ROOT) for you. And it is ad free too.

App Quarantine (ROOT)

How to remove bloatware on HTC One X?

Why there are bloatwares on my HTC One X? Yes, this is the question you will ask after upgraded HTC One X system update 1.28.707.10. You will find bloatware like AMPed 2.0, deF!ND, Mobile TV, My SingTel, SingTel IDEAS and Starhub MUSIC there. No worry, just reboot your HTC One X. And these bloatware will be gone forever…

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