Every Android device comes with different pre-installed apps, but people don’t like some pre-installed apps and they search ways to remove them. As usual the Samsung Galaxy S3 comes with number of pre-installed apps that take the space of the device and also make the performance of device bit slower, so if you’ve purchased the Galaxy S3 and don’t like these kind of bloatwares, here’s guide for you to remove them. You can read the list apps here that will be removed with this guide.
It’s great to get extra space on mobile, you can use extra space to store your personal data and the most amazing advantage is that bloatware reduce the speed of device performance of the device, removing bloatware will improve the performance too.
Since Samsung doesn’t allow you to remove the apps from your device, you’ll have to root your smartphone, rooting will void all limitations of Samsung on your device and enables you to install all non-Google Play apps. ClockworkMod recovery also should be installed on your device, head over to our this guide to root and install CWM recovery on your Galaxy S3. Android ADB should be installed on your PC, you can follow this guide to install them. On your device, turn the USB Debugging on, to do so just tap Menu> Settings> Application> Development.
Step #1: Download Auto Bloat Remover Tool to your PC.
Step #2: Unzip the downloaded file to your desktop.
Step #3: Plug the device to your PC using USB cable.
Step #4: Double-click the Debloat.bat file from the files that you’ve unzipped on desktop.
Step #5: Now follow the on screen instructions.
That’s it, simply reboot the device now, and you’re done, all bloatware has been removed from your newly purchased Samsung Galaxy S3, now you can store more that on the device.