When we buy a new mobile phone, the whole system will not be clean, but there will be a lot of self-contained apps. These apps will take up our precious mobile resources and slow down our mobile phone speed. Today’ fun will teach you how to delete the mobile phone’s own software, so that our mobile phone system becomes clean.
For Android phone:
1. Uninstall directly:
From July 1, 2017, the Interim Provisions on the Administration of Presetting and Distribution of Mobile Intelligent Terminal Application Software was officially implemented, which clearly stipulates that in addition to software that ensures basic functions, other pre-installed applications should allow users to uninstall independently. This marks a thing of the past when pre-installed software was released, after which phones sold can no longer bundle pre-installed apps as non-uninstall able system applications as before. So after we get the phone, if you want to uninstall the pre-installed software that comes with the phone, you can try to uninstall it with a long press.
2. Get Root permissions:
Just as the so-called “road is one foot high, the devil is one foot high”, although the state has issued corresponding regulations prohibiting pre-installed non-basic apps that cannot be uninstalled, it is still “there are policies on the top and countermeasures on the bottom”. Some mobile phone manufacturers will still take advantage of legal loopholes to package some apps that we don’t actually use as “software that ensures basic functions.”. If you want to uninstall these software, you can’t uninstall it directly. We need to root the phone and get advanced permissions on the system in order to uninstall these apps.
3. Uninstall Adb Tool:
The Adb tool is one of the most commonly used tools for Android developers, and its permissions are between normal users and root. While it may not be possible to remove pre-installed apps from the system directly like root (normal apps can be deleted directly), disabling apps is actually not much different from deleting them. After disabling, the icon of the pre-installed app will be hidden, and the app itself will become disabled, occupying only a small amount of phone storage without taking up the resources of the CPU and running memory.
The advantage of the Adb tool is that it doesn’t have a higher bar like root. Friends who can’t root mobile phones can try the Adb tool uninstall method. Private Message @ Fun Play Good App gets a tutorial on adb tool to uninstall the app.
For Apple iPhone:
1. Uninstall directly:
Because of the above regulations, Apple mobile phones must comply with the regulations. Therefore, some pre-installed applications with non-basic functions of iOS can also be directly uninstalled. When we uninstall, we can uninstall this part of the application as long as we follow the normal method of uninstalling the application.
2. Uninstall after jailbreak:
iOS jailbreak is very similar to Android root, which also achieves certain modifications to the system by obtaining higher levels of permissions. After jailbreaking, iOS is more free, you can uninstall pre-installed software, and you can also install unofficial applications.
However, it is still now not recommends that except for a very small number of users who love to engage in machines, most of the small partners should not escape from prison. Because the warranty may be lost after jailbreaking, the stability and security of the system have also decreased. Apple stipulates in the Apple Store direct store policy that “jailbroken devices will not be covered by warranty services due to software failures.”