One of the most hectic things of getting a new phone is removing the system application from the home page. The System App Remover helps in removing such applications from more than just your homepage; it also wants to help you quickly and safely uninstall the system applications you do not use.System App Remover is a root-only application which helps you uninstall system applications that you do not use.As soon as the System App Remover app opens, it starts loading the installed apps. This takes a few seconds. The change-log and the version number of the last update are displayed, along with options ‘Restore Apps’ and ‘Move Apps’ and whether Busybox is installed and activated. You will also see two tabs linking to the system and normal application at the bottom of your screen’s display.The ‘Move Apps’ option moves applications from normal apps to system applications. Moreover, this application can easily deactivate and restore the system applications and then send log data to developers for troubleshooting.Furthermore, you can also check application as red meaning critical, green meaning probably redundant and yellow meaning potentially critical through ‘Assist is Off’. This feature is awesome but it is advisable that you don’t put excess stock it as it can lead to system complications.

Screen and controls

This application is pared down and sleek. The color choice is well established.

Stability and speed

The speed at which application is incredible. The application is tested with over 330 applications stored on it of which they loaded in a matter of seconds. Moreover, creating backups is well-taken care off. Furthermore, the application is also very stable and solid.


If you are new to rooting, this application is a must-install. This application allows you carefully get rid of unwanted system application from our handset without causing damages. This application is worth giving a try.
Source: TechInsider   

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What's my model number?

There are several ways to locate your model number:

Option 1
On your device, go to Settings, then "About device" and scroll down to "Model number"
Option 2
Often times you can view the model number inside the device, by removing the battery
Option 3
Using Samsung's model/serial number location tool

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