Uninstalling an app from your Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 will free up storage space on your phone. This way, when you stop using an app or send it too many notifications, you can uninstall it. However, there are 2 types of apps that can be installed on your Samsung Galaxy Tab 4: the original apps and the ones you installed yourself. We will find out in this post that the method to uninstall these 2 types of apps is not the same. We will first see how to uninstall an application on your Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 in the classic way. Second, we will see how to uninstall an app with a third-party app. Finally, we will see how to uninstall an application pre-installed by the manufacturer.
Uninstall an app from your Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 through the settings menu
To uninstall an application from your Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 in the classic way is very simple. To do this, you will need to go to the menu parameters from your Samsung Galaxy Tab 4, and then in the tab Application. Once there, you will find all the apps that are installed on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4. Then you need to click on the app to uninstall and click on uninstall. you can whenever you want delete app data. This will allow you to free up memory on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4. As soon as you are there, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 will show you: Uninstall complete.
Remove an app from Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 with a specialized app
If you ever want to simplify your life and completely uninstall apps on your Samsung Galaxy Tab 4, there are special apps for that. Therefore, we recommend that you use an application like Easy Uninstaller. This gives you an opportunity to easily sort and uninstall all the apps present on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4.
Uninstall the default apps installed on your Samsung Galaxy Tab 4
Unfortunately, there are some apps that are downright difficult to uninstall. In fact, the system apps or the apps pre-installed by the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 manufacturer are not easy to uninstall. There are 2 alternatives available to you:
- Disable apps: When your Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 is not rooted, this is the easiest technique. In fact, it inactivates the application, without uninstalling it. To do this, go to: Settings / Applications and click Deactivate.
- Root your Samsung Galaxy Tab 4: To successfully uninstall system apps, you need permissions that you can only have with a rooted phone. In case you want to try this option, check out our Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 rooting guide.