Android phone makers often install their own pre-installed apps on phones they make. Generally, it is known as bloatware and most of these apps are considered useless by phone users because it consumes a lot of memory.
Still, when a user wants to delete it, the user must reboot the phone.
Reporting from Gadgets Now, there are few ways the users can do to delete the default apps without rooting.
Yet, it should be noted that this method does not work for all types of phones.
The first method, the user can do it using the settings on the phone.
Go to Settings> Apps> App Manager> find the app you want to delete.
Yet, if the user does not see the uninstall option in the settings of the app, maybe the user can use the help of a third party, namely Debloater.
Debloater is a Windows software that scans all default apps on a phone.
First, activate Developer Options from Settings> About Phone> Build Number> tap 7 times to activate it. After activating, open Developer Options and enable USB Debugging.
Then download Debloater on a Windows PC and install it. Once installed, open the software and connect the phone using a USB cable to the PC.
Once connected, click the Read Phone Packages and the user will see all the apps installed on the phone with the info blocked or not blocked. Select the app that you want the user to uninstall, then click the Apply button to delete it.
If the user wants to reinstall the app, the user can do the same steps to reinstall the app that has been deleted.