Sunday, November 10, 2013

Disable your inbulit Apps in Mobile

Hi Friends,

                    Today i am going to discuss why is it so important to disable in built apps in your mobile

firstly it will help you to save some phone memory and secondly it will help you to make your mobile run faster as well.


How to disable in built apps

 

  1. Open your main Settings menu

  1. Tap on Apps

  1. Swipe to “All”

  1. Find the app you want to disable and click on it

  1. In the top right you will see a disable button (if it says Uninstall instead of Disable, then it is not a system app, and you can just uninstall it like normal)

  1. and also make sure that you clear data and force stop the Application first. 

  1. Tap Disable

  1. Confirm by clicking OK on the pop-up dialogue

  1. Exit settings

  1. A reboot may be necessary, but more than likely won’t be

If you ever want to enable the app again, just follow the steps above and tap Enable at step 6



pen the app drawer and choose Settings from the list.

2. When the Settings screen appears, scroll down to the Device section and choose Apps.

3. Swipe the Sorting app area to the left side to access All apps section. This section is not displayed by default because only three sections can be displayed on screen at the same time.

4. Choose the app that you want and hit Disable.

5. A warning window will probably pop up on screen, just tap OK to confirm and dismiss it.

6. The disabled apps will be moved down to the bottom of the list. This is a good way to keep the app list organized and help users find the apps that they previously disabled.

7. To enable the app again, go to its App info screen and choose Enable.

8. Please note that disabled apps will disappear from the app drawer.

- See more at: http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/23403/android-ics-safely-disable-built-in-apps-without-3rd-party-applications/#sthash.dOGpxosE.dpuf

pen the app drawer and choose Settings from the list.

2. When the Settings screen appears, scroll down to the Device section and choose Apps.

3. Swipe the Sorting app area to the left side to access All apps section. This section is not displayed by default because only three sections can be displayed on screen at the same time.

4. Choose the app that you want and hit Disable.

5. A warning window will probably pop up on screen, just tap OK to confirm and dismiss it.

6. The disabled apps will be moved down to the bottom of the list. This is a good way to keep the app list organized and help users find the apps that they previously disabled.

7. To enable the app again, go to its App info screen and choose Enable.

8. Please note that disabled apps will disappear from the app drawer.

- See more at: http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/23403/android-ics-safely-disable-built-in-apps-without-3rd-party-applications/#sthash.dOGpxosE.dpuf

the app drawer and choose Settings from the list.

2. When the Settings screen appears, scroll down to the Device section and choose Apps.

3. Swipe the Sorting app area to the left side to access All apps section. This section is not displayed by default because only three sections can be displayed on screen at the same time.

4. Choose the app that you want and hit Disable.

5. A warning window will probably pop up on screen, just tap OK to confirm and dismiss it.

6. The disabled apps will be moved down to the bottom of the list. This is a good way to keep the app list organized and help users find the apps that they previously disabled.

7. To enable the app again, go to its App info screen and choose Enable.

8. Please note that disabled apps will disappear from the app drawer.

- See more at: http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/23403/android-ics-safely-disable-built-in-apps-without-3rd-party-applications/#sthash.dOGpxosE.dpuf

the app drawer and choose Settings from the list.

2. When the Settings screen appears, scroll down to the Device section and choose Apps.

3. Swipe the Sorting app area to the left side to access All apps section. This section is not displayed by default because only three sections can be displayed on screen at the same time.

4. Choose the app that you want and hit Disable.

5. A warning window will probably pop up on screen, just tap OK to confirm and dismiss it.

6. The disabled apps will be moved down to the bottom of the list. This is a good way to keep the app list organized and help users find the apps that they previously disabled.

7. To enable the app again, go to its App info screen and choose Enable.

8. Please note that disabled apps will disappear from the app drawer.

- See more at: http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/23403/android-ics-safely-disable-built-in-apps-without-3rd-party-applications/#sthash.dOGpxosE.dpuf

the app drawer and choose Settings from the list.

2. When the Settings screen appears, scroll down to the Device section and choose Apps.

3. Swipe the Sorting app area to the left side to access All apps section. This section is not displayed by default because only three sections can be displayed on screen at the same time.

4. Choose the app that you want and hit Disable.

5. A warning window will probably pop up on screen, just tap OK to confirm and dismiss it.

6. The disabled apps will be moved down to the bottom of the list. This is a good way to keep the app list organized and help users find the apps that they previously disabled.

7. To enable the app again, go to its App info screen and choose Enable.

8. Please note that disabled apps will disappear from the app drawer.

- See more at: http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/23403/android-ics-safely-disable-built-in-apps-without-3rd-party-applications/#sthash.dOGpxosE.dpuf