Android 6.0 Marshmallow the disabled applications can be uninstalled to free up space

Marshmallow

All the manufacturers factory put their own application packages for nothing have started their devices and applications to use. The package of applications Google find more applications of the manufacturer an bloatware that anyone loves, and to fail to see that we do not use applications from Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich can inhabilitar factory applications.

Until Marshmallow Android 6.0, the disable an application it does is hide our application launcher, clear your cache, data and stop forever, but full APK remains in the device , taking up space in our device

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From Android 6.0 Marshmallow the disabled applications can free up space . Why have not conserve our storage APK. Now manufacturers can allow Factory applications are uninstalled with the Disable function.

 Disable enabled application

This is what has made Google with its Nexus with Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Most applications that come standard are disabled releasing virtually all the space, as if we had uninstalled, going to occupy several MB to simply occupy 16K .

 Disable Application disabled

Why 16 KB ? Because the disabled application has become a shortcut to download on Google Play . If we return to enabled see the application in our application launcher, but if we open it will lead to its listing on Google Play so that we update, that is, to be discharged.

 Disable

This is the trick that Google has now implemented from Android 6.0 Marshmallow, convert most disabled in your applications access to Google Play. The only application that will occupy storage once Google Play Store is disabled simply because they can not unload itself from the Play Store

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Android 6.0 Marshmallow the disabled applications can be uninstalled to free up space
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October 14, 2015


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