Uninstalling an app from your Moto G6 frees up memory on your smartphone. So if you never use an app again, or if the app sends you too many notifications, you can uninstall it. However, there are 2 types of applications that can be installed on your Moto G6: the original applications and those that you have installed yourself. We will find out in this tutorial that the method to uninstall these 2 types of applications is not the same. We will first see how to uninstall an application on your Moto G6 in the usual way. We will see secondly what you need to do to uninstall an application with a specialized application. Finally, we will see how to remove a pre-installed application from the manufacturer.
Uninstall a Moto G6 app through the settings menu
To uninstall an app from your Moto G6 in the usual way is super easy. To do this, you need to go to the menu parameters of the Moto G6, then in the tab Application. When you are done, you will find all the apps that are installed on the Moto G6. You will then need to select the app to uninstall and click uninstall. You can if you wish delete app data. This allows you to free up memory on the Moto G6. When it’s ok, the Moto G6 will show you: Uninstall complete.
Delete an application from the Moto G6 with a specialized application
If you ever want to simplify your life and remove apps from Moto G6 perfectly, you can find specialized apps for this. Therefore, we recommend that you use an app like Uninstall App. The latter will allow you to easily classify and uninstall all the applications present on your Moto G6.
Uninstall the applications installed by default on your Moto G6
However, there are several apps that are downright difficult to uninstall. In fact, the system apps or the apps pre-installed by the Moto G6 manufacturer are not easy to remove. There are 2 options available to you:
- Disable apps: If your Moto G6 is not rooted, this is the easiest solution. In fact, it inactivates the application, without uninstalling it. To do this, go to: Settings / Applications and choose Deactivate.
- Root your Moto G6: To successfully uninstall system apps, you need permissions that you can only have with a rooted phone. If you want to try this option, check out our tutorial to root Moto G6.