Uninstall an app on Samsung Galaxy A9
Uninstalling an application from your Samsung Galaxy A9 frees up memory on your mobile. So in case you no longer use an app or it sends you too many notifications, you can uninstall it. However, there are two types of applications that can be installed on your Samsung Galaxy A9: the original applications and those that you have installed yourself. We will see in this post that the technique to uninstall these two types of applications is not the same. We will first find out how to uninstall an application on your Samsung Galaxy A9 in the classic way. Then we will find out how to uninstall an app with a specialized app. Finally, we will see how to uninstall an application pre-installed by the manufacturer.
Uninstall an application from your Samsung Galaxy A9 through the settings menu
Uninstalling an application from your Samsung Galaxy A9 in the classic way is very easy. To do this, go to the menu parameters from your Samsung Galaxy A9 and then in the tab Request. When you are there, you will see all the applications that are installed on the Samsung Galaxy A9. Then click on the app you want to uninstall and click uninstall. you can if you want delete app data. This allows you to free up storage space on your Samsung Galaxy A9. When you are done, the Samsung Galaxy A9 will show you: Uninstall complete.
Remove an application from Samsung Galaxy A9 with a specialized application
If you ever want to make your life easier and completely uninstall your Samsung Galaxy A9 apps, there are specialized apps for that. We recommend that you use an application like Perfect Uninstaller. The latter gives you the opportunity to easily sort and uninstall all the applications installed on your Samsung Galaxy A9.
Uninstall the applications installed by default on your Samsung Galaxy A9
Unfortunately, there are several apps that are downright difficult to uninstall. Undoubtedly, the system apps or apps pre-installed by the Samsung Galaxy A9 manufacturer are not easy to uninstall. There are 2 possibilities for you:
- Disable Apps: In case your Samsung Galaxy A9 is not rooted, this is the easiest way to deal with it. This is to make the app inactive, without uninstalling it. To do this, go to: Settings / Applications and select Deactivate.
- Root your Samsung Galaxy A9 – To successfully uninstall system apps, you need permissions that can only be obtained with a rooted device. In case you want to try this solution, check out our Samsung Galaxy A9 rooting guide.