Thursday, January 2, 2014

NoBloat 1.3.4 Apk - Get rid of Bloatware

Download NoBloat 1.3.4 APK and get rid of unwanted default or any other apps. (needs root)

Requirements: Android 1.6 and up, root
Size: 168kb
Rating: 4.5/5
Type: Tools

NoBloat App Reviews:
“An easy 1-tap solution to dispose of those unwanted shovelware apps. I used the Free version and at less than $2 you can't go wrong. Being able to batch remove the apps is fantastic. Definately in my first $20 app purchase. I used this to kill the EA Lames trial crap and Samsung Apps and it worked a treat, easy to use and effective. Device: Samsung I5510 Froyo and Samsung i9100 Galaxy SII.” -A Google User

"It's a great tool, but the one reason I bought this over using the free version was the ability to choose the backup path, which can however only be done by manually entering it. A browser function would be nice here. I also don't know where the backups are stored by default (from the free version)." -Tobias

“Wasn't so sure about the icon. But, turns out this is one serious disabling/deleting/backup green gun-wielding angry icecream eating animal! Easy, powerful, and no fuss getting it done. Props!” -Nate 

“If your phone is rooted and you have overclocked, undervolted and the rest, this app is a must have to maximize performance” -Justin 

“This is awesome! The ICS update knackered the phones previous GB performance. So NoBloat and rooting was my last resort before downgrading back to GB. And it worked! Thank you!” -A Google User

Description & Features:
NoBloat lets you delete unwanted apps that come pre-installed with your phone. Simply select the bloatware that you want to get rid of and click delete. By default, NoBloat will automatically place backups on your external storage which you can restore at any time.
Remember, though: ALWAYS have a backup of your phone. Important features might break when deleting system apps.
Using the blacklist in the full version, you can swiftly get rid of all bloatware after installing a new ROM. When wiping your phone's data, you can export your blacklist to import it on your new ROM.

Free version features
* Disabling and enabling system apps
* Creating backups of system apps and restoring them
* Deleting system apps
Full version features
* Creating a blacklist of system app to delete
* Batch operation to backup/remove all blacklisted system apps
* Batch operation to enable all disabled system apps
* Batch operation to restore all backups
* Export your settings and blacklist to external storage to import them later
* Quickly find apps using the search functionality
* If you have issues uninstalling apps, try uninstalling the app's updates or enabling USB debugging.
* In order to use NoBloat you need root access. If you do not know what root access means, you probably don't have it.
* Be aware that in order to update your version of Android, you might need all original apps in place. It is advised to always have a backup of deleted apps or to just disable them so you can restore them later.

What’s new in version  1.3.4
Fixed issue with backups for a few 4.4 ROMs.

Screenshots (click to enlarge)

NoBloat 1.3.4 APK Download Links:
Play Store

Direct Link 

Download and install NoBloat v1.3.4.apk

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