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  1. Ginowine's Avatar
    Is there a way how to delete system apps in BlackBerry Android OS, namely for OS 6.0 or Marshmallow without Root ?

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    09-27-19 02:04 PM
  2. conite's Avatar
    Is there a way how to delete system apps in BlackBerry Android OS, namely for OS 6.0 or Marshmallow without Root ?

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    09-27-19 02:06 PM
  3. Ginowine's Avatar
    Conite, Thanks for your reply but I think that is not the answer of my question.

    The topic you have post is about disabling system apps, but I asked how to delete system apps, (for understanding) how to remove system apps completely, permanently without root?

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    09-27-19 02:16 PM
  4. conite's Avatar
    Conite, Thanks for your reply but I think that is not the answer of my question.

    The topic you have post is about disabling system apps, but I asked how to delete system apps, (for understanding) how to remove system apps completely, permanently without root?

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    You can't delete them.
    09-27-19 02:19 PM
  5. Ginowine's Avatar
    You can't delete them.
    Oh that's odd. I find on YouTube video's about that and they are showing the ways how to remove system apps permanently without root on any android devices with android OS'es.

    Also I read YouTube comments and they say that it works.

    I wanna know how you came up with your anwser about that it won't work. So what are the differences between the two OS'es?

    BlackBerry Android OS & Google Android OS.



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    09-27-19 02:28 PM
  6. conite's Avatar
    Oh that's odd. I find on YouTube video's about that and they are showing the ways how to remove system apps permanently without root on any android devices with android OS'es.

    Also I read YouTube comments and they say that it works.

    I wanna know how you came up with your anwser about that it won't work. So what are the differences between the two OS'es?

    BlackBerry Android OS & Google Android OS.



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    Feel free to try.
    09-27-19 02:38 PM
  7. Ginowine's Avatar
    Are there any other tech guys or any other CB users who care to reply on this topic?

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    09-27-19 02:44 PM
  8. ppeters914's Avatar
    I don't know the technical aspects, but let's use common sense. BlackBerry has always been marketed as being more secure. They hardened the Android OS so it cannot be rooted or compromised. Do you really think there wouldn't be a YouTube video or some other How-To if it were possible?
    09-27-19 04:54 PM
  9. Chuck Finley69's Avatar
    Are there any other tech guys or any other CB users who care to reply on this topic?

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    What happens when you attempted to replicate the procedures in YouTube videos on your BBAndroid phone?
    09-27-19 08:55 PM
  10. Ginowine's Avatar
    What happens when you attempted to replicate the procedures in YouTube videos on your BBAndroid phone?
    I didn't tried yet honestly, but I was curious if someone did the tricks before me. Conite came up with his replies but he either didn't tried it before. So therefore his provided information is irrelevant because he speculate and thought things too much about giving tech answers.

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    09-27-19 11:37 PM
  11. Ginowine's Avatar
    I don't know the technical aspects, but let's use common sense. BlackBerry has always been marketed as being more secure. They hardened the Android OS so it cannot be rooted or compromised. Do you really think there wouldn't be a YouTube video or some other How-To if it were possible?
    It's not about rooting the device. It's about how to delete system apps completely, permanently in hardened android OS ( Non Root ) .

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    09-27-19 11:41 PM
  12. Chuck Finley69's Avatar
    I didn't tried yet honestly, but I was curious if someone did the tricks before me. Conite came up with his replies but he either didn't tried it before. So therefore his provided information is irrelevant because he speculate and thought things too much about giving tech answers.

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    As conite and multiple others have stated, as BBAndroid is setup, the system apps can’t be deleted. Regardless of the ability to root, from what I’ve read about deleting system apps is that upon reboot of BBAndroid device, the system apps return.

    More importantly, from what I can tell, the videos you show aren’t BBAndroid OS but Android OS plain and simple.
    09-27-19 11:55 PM
  13. Ginowine's Avatar
    As conite and multiple others have stated, as BBAndroid is setup, the system apps can’t be deleted. Regardless of the ability to root, from what I’ve read about deleting system apps is that upon reboot of BBAndroid device, the system apps return.

    More importantly, from what I can tell, the videos you show aren’t BBAndroid OS but Android OS plain and simple.
    Hmm so I've taken you only read about, but not tried it yourself.

    I post the link here beneath so that you can see the YouTube video.



    If both sort OS'es are non root, why do all people thinking and saying in the first place that trick won't work before trying it. That make no sense.


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    Last edited by Ginowine; 09-28-19 at 12:32 AM.
    09-28-19 12:11 AM
  14. ppeters914's Avatar
    Instead of spending time rejecting other responses because no one is doing it for you, just try it yourself.
    09-28-19 12:15 AM
  15. Ginowine's Avatar
    Instead of spending time rejecting other responses because no one is doing it for you, just try it yourself.
    I will but I only ask tech people with experiences who has done it before myself. That's the point.

    I have posted the YouTube video link.

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    09-28-19 12:31 AM
  16. conite's Avatar
    I will but I only ask tech people with experiences who has done it before myself. That's the point.

    I have posted the YouTube video link.

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    I have a bit of experience in the area.
    09-28-19 12:38 AM
  17. Chuck Finley69's Avatar
    Hmm so I've taken you only read about, but not tried it yourself.

    I post the link here beneath so that you can see the YouTube video.



    If both sort OS'es are non root, why do all people thinking and saying in the first place that trick won't work before trying it. That make no sense.


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    Do you even own Android or BBAndroid phone? I’ve owned and used Android phones and tablets for over 8 years. I’ve never uninstalled system apps because I’ve never seen the need.

    Extensively, I’ve read on the rooting process and the advantages or disadvantages of rooting. I’ve never had the need for rooting. When BBAndroid came out, I learned it couldn’t be rooted due to security features built into the OS and utilized by and improved from BlackBerry developers. In 4 years I’ve never seen a single person demonstrate otherwise. If you’re able to do something on BBAndroid that nobody has EVER provided evidence of, thousands here would love to see it done. Others have tried it, no? You’ll be the first here 4 years later?
    Last edited by Chuck Finley69; 09-28-19 at 06:48 AM.
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    09-28-19 06:36 AM
  18. Mecca EL's Avatar
    Do you even own Android or BBAndroid phone? I’ve owned and used Android phones and tablets for over 8 years. I’ve never uninstalled system apps because I’ve never seen the need.

    Extensively, I’ve read on the rooting process and the advantages or disadvantages of rooting. I’ve never had the need for rooting. When BBAndroid came out, I learned it couldn’t be rooted due to security features built into the OS and utilized by and improved from BlackBerry developers. In 4 years I’ve never seen a single person demonstrate otherwise. If you’re able to do something on BBAndroid that nobody has EVER provided evidence of, thousands here would love to see it done. Others have tried it, no? You’ll be the first here 4 years later?
    BlackBerry didn't add anything to android that wasn't already there. They just turned on more of the kernel features that other OEM's don't bother with. Samsung, and a few others do the same, in most cases.
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    09-28-19 08:20 AM
  19. Mecca EL's Avatar
    Is there a way how to delete system apps in BlackBerry Android OS, namely for OS 6.0 or Marshmallow without Root ?

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    Depending on what desktop system you're using, I'll assume it's Windows, install ADB (there are really small packages of ADB, but if you install Android Studio - it's not necessary to do this if you don't plan to develop any apps - you'll have ADB), connect your phone, set your phone to FastBoot mode, and follow the recommended Linux language to delete the apps you don't want. Windows 10 has a baked in Linux layer called Bash, that has its own terminal. There's another terminal native to Windows... I wanna say it's called PowerTools, or something like this, where you can use this as a Linux terminal also.

    If you have a Linux PC or laptop, ADB is usually baked in, and you can plug in your phone via USB, set it to FastBoot mode, open a Terminal window and delete the apps you don't want. Not really rocket science, but not easy either.
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    09-28-19 08:27 AM
  20. Ginowine's Avatar
    Depending on what desktop system you're using, I'll assume it's Windows, install ADB (there are really small packages of ADB, but if you install Android Studio - it's not necessary to do this if you don't plan to develop any apps - you'll have ADB), connect your phone, set your phone to FastBoot mode, and follow the recommended Linux language to delete the apps you don't want. Windows 10 has a baked in Linux layer called Bash, that has its own terminal. There's another terminal native to Windows... I wanna say it's called PowerTools, or something like this, where you can use this as a Linux terminal also.

    If you have a Linux PC or laptop, ADB is usually baked in, and you can plug in your phone via USB, set it to FastBoot mode, open a Terminal window and delete the apps you don't want. Not really rocket science, but not easy either.
    Ahh thanks for the reply and responce. I definitely will try it out.

    I have Windows OS on my pc indeed.

    The reason why I started this topic is to see who has done it before and since the software updates and support for Android 6.0 / Marshmallow with hardened BlackBerry Android OS which had ended years ago, I would love to uninstall some of the prè-installed system apps from my BB Priv device because it takes a lot of internal memory and I have no use for some of them no more.

    That's the real reason behind all of this for trying to create a lot of space for internal memory of my BB Priv device.

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    09-28-19 08:56 AM
  21. Ginowine's Avatar
    Do you even own Android or BBAndroid phone? I’ve owned and used Android phones and tablets for over 8 years. I’ve never uninstalled system apps because I’ve never seen the need.

    Extensively, I’ve read on the rooting process and the advantages or disadvantages of rooting. I’ve never had the need for rooting. When BBAndroid came out, I learned it couldn’t be rooted due to security features built into the OS and utilized by and improved from BlackBerry developers. In 4 years I’ve never seen a single person demonstrate otherwise. If you’re able to do something on BBAndroid that nobody has EVER provided evidence of, thousands here would love to see it done. Others have tried it, no? You’ll be the first here 4 years later?
    Well I do love to clean and create some space within the internal memory of my Priv device.

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    09-28-19 09:01 AM
  22. Mecca EL's Avatar
    Ahh thanks for the reply and responce. I definitely will try it out.

    I have Windows OS on my pc indeed.

    The reason why I started this topic is to see who has done it before and since the software updates and support for Android 6.0 / Marshmallow with hardened BlackBerry Android OS which had ended years ago, I would love to uninstall some of the prè-installed system apps from my BB Priv device because it takes a lot of internal memory and I have no use for some of them no more.

    That's the real reason behind all of this for trying to create a lot of space for internal memory of my BB Priv device.

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    Understood. At least for a more streamlined experience, it's worth a shot to recoup storage space and memory allocation for the apps and functionality you use most.
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    09-28-19 09:11 AM
  23. Chuck Finley69's Avatar
    Well I do love to clean and create some space within the internal memory of my Priv device.

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    So then if you have the device, what happens when you follow the instructional videos? Obviously, you’ve now learned it can’t be done.
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    09-28-19 10:33 AM
  24. Ginowine's Avatar
    So then if you have the device, what happens when you follow the instructional videos? Obviously, you’ve now learned it can’t be done.
    I haven't started yet. I will let you know the results.

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    Last edited by Ginowine; 09-28-19 at 01:59 PM.
    09-28-19 12:39 PM
  25. Ben xfg's Avatar
    So then if you have the device, what happens when you follow the instructional videos? Obviously, you’ve now learned it can’t be done.
    To my understanding it is possible on the Priv but not on Key devices, as this guy claims to have successfully done it.
    https://forums.crackberry.com/blackb.../#post13447026

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    09-28-19 12:58 PM
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