1. AC Question's Avatar
    trying to remove applications to improve the life of the battery
    10-01-2016 03:38 PM
  2. anon(9983233)'s Avatar
    Typically if one is viewing the home screen, they can tap/hold the app's icon for a few sec.. or until the screen turns gray.. Once it has turned gray you should see two options at the top of the screen: "Uninstall" & "Remove" tap/hold/drag those apps you wish to uninstall to the appropriate location.. However using the "remove" option simply removes the app from your home screen.



    Once you've uninstalled or removed those apps you d not wish to have on yoru home screen, you then must enter the system's Setting > App Manager and locate removed apps or apps that could be running in the back ground without your knowledge. The objective here, is to locate and selected apps that are NOT system oriented and that can be removed.. Force Stop/Disable and even the Uninstall option could be available to you when entering and searching this screen.

    If be searching the App manger and you are not able to locate apps which can not be completely removed or uninstalled.. Force Stop/Disable is the next best option. Lastly, Using other apps like Opera Max to control non-essential apps would be the last alternative. Opera max allows one to systematically quarantine those apps which seem to be drawing the most data or power and aren't extremely important to have on.
    10-01-2016 04:11 PM

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