This app will save your Android smartphone I’m talking about an app called Universal Android developer which lets you remove any app from any Android smartphone even system apps and Bluetooth all you need to do is just set up this tool on a Windows PC and on your phone turn on USB debugging from developer options then just connect your phone to the laptop and open up the universal developer tool and you should see your phone here now just hit refresh and it will list down all the apps in your phone now just search for the apps you want to remove from your phone and select them and hit uninstall and that’s it they are gone from your phone you can even restore an app from here if you uninstall it accidentally this frees up your storage speeds up your phone and I know it looks a little complicated but it’s actually very simple
This is a complete rewrite in Rust of the UAD project, which aims to improve privacy and battery performance by removing unnecessary and obscure system apps. This can also contribute to improve security by reducing the attack surface.
Packages are as well documented as possible in order to provide a better understanding of what you can delete or not. The worst issue that could happen is removing an essential system package needed during boot causing then an unfortunate bootloop. After about 5 failed system boots, the phone will automatically reboot in recovery mode, and you’ll have to perform a FACTORY RESET. Make a backup first!
In any case, you CANNOT brick your device with this software! That’s the main point, right?
- Uninstall/Disable and Restore/Enable system packages
- Multi-user support (e.g. apps in work profiles)
- Export/Import your selection in
- Multi-device support: you can connect multiple phones at the same time
- All your actions are logged, so you never forget what you’ve done
NB : System apps cannot truly be uninstalled without root (see the FAQ)
Universal Debloat Lists
- GFAM (Google/Facebook/Amazon/Microsoft)
- Manufacturers (OEM)
- Mobile carriers
- Qualcomm / Mediatek / Miscellaneous
Manufacturers debloat lists