Do you have the new Motorola Droid Turbo 2? You must have noticed a huge number of pre installed apps. Many of them are not even useful to you. So why are you cluttering your app drawer with these apps? In this article, we will teach you how to disable Bloatware apps on the Motorola Droid Turbo 2. And don’t worry, you don’t have to root your device.
What are Bloatware Apps?
Bloatware Apps are the pre-installed apps which are on your device. These apps are by manufactures to provide particular features of the device. These apps aren’t used much by the users. Also, they not only consume a chunk of internal memory space, there are certain apps which continuously run in the background. This affects the performance since it uses CPU and RAM, and also the battery life of our device. This is the reason they are termed as ‘Bloatware’. They are the unwanted apps installed in your Motorola Droid Turbo 2.
How to Disable Bloatware Apps on Motorola Droid Turbo 2
Motorola provides 32/64 GB internal storage in Droid turbo 2. Despite such a huge internal memory, a huge portion is consumed by the Bloatware apps. Since, some apps even when not open, runs in the background; makes our device sluggish. So we shouldn’t let unwanted apps to consume memory and slow down the device at the same time. It’s best to disable them on our device and let our device run smoothly.
Now that we know what Bloatware apps are. Let’s learn the way we can disable them from our device without the need to root our device first.
Note: Some Bloatware apps can be uninstalled. However, there are some Bloatware apps which cannot be removed. These apps are installed in the system and can be removed only when the device has a root access. In an unrooted device, even if we can’t completely get rid of it, the best option is to disable the Bloatware apps. When a Bloatware app is disabled, it will no longer run in background and consume phone resources.
Follow the below mentioned guide to learn how to Disable Bloatware Apps on Motorola Droid Turbo 2.
Step by Step Guide to Disable Bloatware Apps on Motorola Droid Turbo 2
Step 1: Open the App drawer.
Step 2: From App drawer, go to Settings.
Step 3: Scroll down until you see the ‘Apps’ option.
Step 4: Swipe to ‘All’ tab.
Step 5: Open the Bloatware app you want to disable.
Step 6: In the Bloatware app info, tap on the ‘Disable’ button.
Step 7: The Bloatware app is now disabled. It will no longer consumes phone resources, or run in the background.
Note: If in the future, you want to activate the Bloatware apps you have disabled. Follow the first three steps mentioned in the above guide. Then, under ‘Disabled’ tab you can find the disabled app. Click on the app and in app info, activate them.