There is a lot to like about the Essential PH 1 device, but its features can take some getting used to. The company offers a huge amount in this phone and you can get lose. Fear not, we’ve done the hard work for you, drilling deep into the Essential PH 1 to pull out all the tips and tricks to help you master your experience. For example, I know that many of you are thinking of a simple way to get rid of the bloatware installed by your carrier and the device manufacturer and you can only imagine that you are not the only one.
Nearly all Android phones come with software pre-installed by manufacturers or carriers and yours is no exception. To be honest, these pre-installed apps that are useless most of the time, not to mention that they also consume system resources, taking up storage space and RAM, running in the background without you knowing and draining up the juice of your battery.
Google applications such as Gmail, Google Hangouts, G+, and others are here included in the list, along with Essential software installed such as S Health, S Voice, and plenty of other applications.
When it comes to removing bloatware on Essential PH 1, your carrier and manufacturer do not make it any easier. Normally, bloatware is hidden in system folder, which you have no permission to access, but don’t get angry. You can always choose to use an app such as NoBloat that can create a blacklist of system apps to delete. You can enjoy its features for no more than $1.99 (USD), but I can assure you of the fact that the free app still does a good job of helping you rid your device of bloat.
If you are not tempted of the idea of such an app, then there’s another option for you:
How to Get Rid of Bloatware on Essential PH 1:
- Switch your Essential PH-1 device ON;
- Click on the App Tray of the device;
- Do to and click on the edit button;
- Then, you must jsust tap the minus icon next to an app to remove it.