When you get a new phone, the last thing you want to look at is a lot of pre-installed programs staring at you. Not only will you overload your home screen with apps you'll probably never use, you'll also waste storage space in your internal storage and may be able to drain the battery. To really uninstall them, you need root – but even then it can be difficult to set all the apps to be removed.
Nowadays preinstalled apps are distributed across different partitions. There is the vendor partition that your OEM or carrier can puff into. Then there is the system partition where most bloatware programs were traditionally located. Finally, there is the directory priv-app for preinstalled apps with elevated permissions.
It can be a real task to find all the unnecessary apps in all these places. Fortunately, a new Magisk module from developer Val Mandantes provides you with a handy tool that lets you remove any apps you do not need, no matter what partition they are stored on.
First, open the Magisk Manager app, tap the menu button on the left, then tap Downloads. Touch the search icon in the top right corner and look for "Debloater". The required module is displayed. Tap the download arrow, and then click Install. Then tap the "Close" option in the bottom left corner.
The Debloater module uses special root commands called BusyBox. For the app to be fully functional, you will need to download an additional module.
As in the previous step, go to the "Downloads" section of the Magisk Manager to find the module, but this time search for "busybox", download the module and install it in the same way. When the installation is complete, tap the Reboot option at the bottom right to reboot the device.
Note: BusyBox is a set of root commands that are required in the terminal environment to run Debloater Magisk module. If you intend to use other Magisk command-line modules, you will benefit BusyBox from now to the future.
Depending on your device, some may already come with the developer options by default with a terminal application. However, the universal method for all devices is to download the Termux app from the Google Play Store. When it comes to command-line situations, no app is as prevalent as Termux's.
Open the Termux app in the main screen, type the following command, and then tap Enter :
When prompted, in the root access pop-up window, tap Grant to give the superuser the appropriate rights Terminal App.
If the superuser permissions have been granted Enter the following command: followed by the Enter key:
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