How to Batch Uninstall Your Apps on Android

It may be easy to install and uninstall apps on Android but what if you wish to remove them all at once? Well, normally, that’s not possible. If you want to uninstall multiple apps, you’ll need to remove them one by one.

Fortunately, there is a neat and simple trick that you can do to batch uninstall your apps on Android. As a matter of fact, all you need to do is to follow the steps below.

Just a quick reminder: The following method works for both rooted and non-rooted Android devices. However, do keep in mind that you will be required to download and install a third-party app.

Step 1

On your Android device, go to Google Play Store and download the Uninstall Master app or other uninstall apps . Install the app on your device.

Step 2

Once installed, go back to your home screen and open your app drawer. Find and open the Uninstall Master app.

Step 3

On the app’s main screen, you can notice that it has three main sections – user apps, system apps and recycle bin. To batch uninstall your downloaded apps, go to user apps and then carefully select all of the apps that you want to uninstall.

To select an app, just tap on it and it will be automatically highlighted. Simply do the same for the rest of the apps that you want to uninstall.

Step 4

Once you are done, just tap the “Uninstall” button at the bottom portion of your app’s main screen. After which, you will then be prompted to permanently remove your apps or temporarily move them to recycle bin. If you choose to permanently remove your apps, make sure to uncheck the option for “move to recycle bin”.

Step 5

Press the “OK” button to confirm your action and that’s it, you’re done.
At any rate, you may be required to confirm every uninstall requests that the Uninstall Master app will make. You don’t need to worry about this. Just make sure to read the confirmation messages then click “OK”. After that, all of the apps that you have selected will be automatically removed from your device. It’s as easy as that.


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