Realme is the young smartphone brand in the market that offers great hardware at great prices. However, when comes to software experience it comes with pre-loaded bloatware, apps and features some of them are useful but some are not necessary that eat up unnecessary space, resources, and battery life.
For Example, I’m using Realme Smartphone and they have their own video player but I like MX Player or VLC which can be download from Playstore but the Preinstall Video app from Realme will take extra space on my smartphone.
So, if you want to get rid of system bloat on your Realme, so here is the simple guide on how to uninstall apps on Realme devices without root.
Uninstall apps on Realme devices without root
Before going to the First step, make sure that you have adb installed on your device. If not, then you can download it from the links given below according to your platform you are using. Windows / Mac.
If you are using MAC, then the process is slightly different:
o Extract the file Android zip and place that folder on your Desktop.
o Open Terminal
o Type command “cd Desktop/Android”
o Enter ./ADB-Install-Mac.sh
Step 1: Enable the developer mode option on your phone.
- Open Setting option on your Realme smartphone and go to the About phone
- Now, click on Version continuously seven times until you see the message saying, “You are now in Developer Mode.”
Don’t be confuse, In my case, I’m already in developer mode It shows message “The operation is not required as you already in developer mode”
Step 2: Go to Additional Settings, followed by Developer options and click on the toggle to turn it on.
Step 3: Enable USB debugging.
Step 4: Now Connect your device to PC via USB cable, and choose ‘Transfer Files’ option. In the next step, you have to open command. To open command Press Window+R and write “cmd” and press enter key.
After opening the Command terminal/command prompt run a command ‘adb devices’ in terminal/command prompt. You should get a pop-up on your device to ‘Allow USB debugging’ you have to press OK and the device address appears in the terminal.
Step 5: If the device address successfully appears in the terminal, run another command ‘adb shell’ in the command prompt, it will show the device codename on the screen.
Step 6: Now the final step comes, you can now run following commands given below for the apps that you want to uninstall in the terminal.
1. Realme App Market
pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.oppo.market
2. ColorOS’s Browser
pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.nearme.browser
3. Smart Assistant
pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.coloros.assistantscreen
4. Weather Services
pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.coloros.weather.service
pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.coloros.weather2
5. Facebook and Services
pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.facebook.appmanager
pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.facebook.services
and pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.facebook.system
pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.google.android.marvin.talkback
7. Stock Music app
pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.oppo.music
pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.coloros.calculator
pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.coloros.compass2
pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.coloros.soundrecorder
pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.redteamobile.roaming
12. Screen Recorder
pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.coloros.screenrecorder
pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.coloros.video
pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.google.android.gm
15. Google Calendar
pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.google.android.calendar
16. Google Drive
pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.google.android.apps.docs
17. Google Keep
pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.google.android.keep
18. Google Maps
pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.google.android.apps.maps
pm uninstall –k ––user 0 com.google.android.youtube
Users can also get a list of all the apps or packages installed on the device by running the command ‘pm list packages -f’ and uninstall the apps that are no longer required.
This is the simple guide on how to remove uninstalls bloatware and apps on the Realme device without root. From the command given above you can uninstall apps like app Market, Browser, Smart Assistant, Weather, Facebook, Music, and Video.
Note: Please do it only if they’re aware of the package name and their functions. Also, remember you can also rollback these apps by factory resetting the phone once.
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