Last updated on March 7th, 2023 at 11:03 pm
Your Android is running out of RAM and suffering from high battery consumption. So, Why don’t you disable Android apps that you’re not needed right now. You can enable it again whenever you need it.
Android is the most popular operating system today and spreading all around the world varies widely and if you have an android device so this tutorial is going to be very useful and informative for you.
Let’s come to the point and talk about Android apps, Android is capable of running many apps at the same time but it also loses something at this time.
If you’ve stored so many apps on Android, it will slow down Android’s performance and the battery will drain fastly.
Now you’re going to Learn How to disable any system/user application on Android with ease.
It’s an important step because disabling an unnecessary application helps to free up some precious internal storage, free up some RAM and disable means no battery draining issues, how good is that.
Warning: System Applications are very sensitive, do not try to disable any system application if you don’t know about it.
Otherwise, you’ll lose your Android device and we‘ll not responsible at any cost.
How to Disable Any User or System Apps on Android
Note: This tutorial needs a Rooted Android Device, If your device is not rooted, read: How to Root Any Android device in just 1min.
Disable Application is an android app that allows you to disable any system/user apps and the best thing is you can disable any app without clearing app data also you can enable the app anytime.
This application is available on the google play store and we tested this application on Android, it has a great user interface and easy to operate. We already mentioned you need a rooted android device to run this application.
Run Disable application on your Android, Allow Root privileges, and start disabling any android application without any restriction.
After installing the Disable application, Just Open the app then the app will ask you to allow Root Privileges, simply allow and then you can disable any user/system application on your Android and also can enable the disabled application very easily.