In this guide, you will learn how to disable bloatware apps on the LG G4. LG G4 is a great smartphone but just like other smartphones it also comes with tons of pre-installed third party and system apps which you won’t use. They not only will use the space in your smartphone but also consume battery life. So we will tell you how to disable those annoying apps. Let’s get started.
How to Disable Bloatware apps on the LG G4
LG G4 comes with tons of pre-installed apps but it is important to note that you can’t disable all of them because some of them are system apps so if you disable them then it could crash the system. However, you can safely disable the apps like Amazon AppStore, Amazon Kindle, Amazon mobile, LG Intelligent Agent, LG Backup, Calendar, Music, Sim Toolkit, Slacker Radio, Video Trim, Voice Mate, Setup Wizard, etc. Here are the steps to disable the bloatware apps on the LG G4.
- Swipe down from the top of the screen and tap the gear-shaped icon on the top right corner to access the settings. Alternatively, navigate in the menu and find system icon and tap it.
- Once you are in the settings, find the Application Manager and tap it.
- Here you will find the list of the apps under the All Tab.
- Find the app(s) you want to disable and tap it, then tap Disable to completely disable them.
Disabling the App will make stop its functioning and it will not run at the background. If you want to enable the app you will follow the same steps mentioned above but this time tap “Enable” to make them functional. These steps are pretty easy and one can do it within seconds. If you have any questions, please let us know in the comment section below. Also, visit our website for more useful guides.