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How to Delete Apps on Android Phone

Athryn Mitchell

Mobile phone analyst, Editor-in-Chief of TransPhone. Find more on her Fackbook or Google+.

Want to uninstall some of the apps in your phone so that they won't keep sending you advertisement? Or, do you need to make some room for new applications? Today, we are going to talk about deleting apps on your Android phones. And, because it is quite simple, those who have been using Android for a certain period time might not need this.

But, for you who would like to manually get rid of the apps yet have no idea how to, the article can help a lot.

Step 1. Go to Manage apps
Find "Settings" and then "Manage app". Enter it.
Go to Manage Apps
Step 2.Click the App That You Want to Uninstall
Choose WhatsApp for example. Click it and you will see the second interface. Before we do this, hit the button "Clear Cache" and "Clear data" so that you can save space in the phone. Click "Uninstall".
Uninstall Android App
Step 3.Click OK to Confirm
Hit the button "OK" and just wait for it to end.
Finish Uninstallation
Note: If this is not what you want, you are probably searching for a way to delete the system apps. Then you need to root the phone first and then download this System app remover.

Don't know how to root? I will talk briefly about it.
1. Install Framaroot. You can search the internet and find the .apk file. Mine is got at AndroidXDA. Download and set it up.
2. Click the box and select "Install SuperSU".
3. Here are three choices. Try the first one. Usually, it would succeed. And if it fails, click OK and use the other two.

Hope you can succeed. And thank you for reading this.

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