Few moment ago, I had time to uninstall factory apps from my android phone. I googled about how to do it. And I found that there is a way to do it easily, which is using Titanium Backup. Some of my friends can uninstall factory apps by directly delete the application from system folder. But I’m not sure it’s safe or not. So, I chose to uninstall factory app using Titanium Backup.
In order to be able to use Titanium Backup features, your phone must be rooted first! So, how to root your phone? You can check my article here or go Google it 😛
One more important thing that you must notice. You must be very careful to choose which factory app to uninstall. Because if you mistakenly uninstall vital factory app in your phone, it might cause your phone unstable. For example, I uninstalled Samsung Apps, Samsung MMM, and AllShare. Those factory applications are not vital for my phone, so it’s safe for me to uninstall it. I recommend you to not uninstall important applications such as Gallery, call dialer, SMS, internet browser, GMail, Play Store, and etc.
Give a try if you really need to it. Good luck!