Most Android telephones accompany different underlying applications. While some can be exceptionally helpful, others occupy pointless rooms. For some individuals, one such application is YouTube. The application takes around 175 MB or more, which can twofold or triple as you use it, so it’s nothing unexpected that numerous clients search for a method for eliminating it from their gadgets.
Since YouTube is preinstalled, evacuation/uninstallation is typically non-existent. For what reason would we say we are letting you know this? We need to cut to the chase and let everybody know so they don’t sit around looking for encouraging outcomes/answers that don’t work.
In any case, there is an elective choice: impairing YouTube and uninstalling refreshes. You can incapacitate the preinstalled YouTube application and uninstall any updates past the first industrial facility state. That is superior to squandering valuable space and getting irritating notices. How about we get everything rolling?
The Uninstall Alternative: How to Disable YouTube
Now and again, erasing YouTube from your Android telephone resembles erasing some other application. Be that as it may, this technique won’t work for most telephones. Why would that be? Since YouTube is viewed as a framework-level application, it can’t be eliminated. This is on the grounds that Google powers android telephones and YouTube is Google’s auxiliary. The YouTube application comes packaged with Google’s web index, Gmail, schedule, drive, and so on.
Since you can’t uninstall it doesn’t mean you need to utilize it. Those that aren’t utilizing YouTube can handicap it. At the point when you impair an application, you eliminate it from the application screen and keep it from running behind the scenes. Albeit crippling an application doesn’t erase it from your telephone, it’s as yet a decent choice to save space and forestall superfluous updates.
Here’s how to disable YouTube and remove its updates on your Android phone:
- Open your menu and go to “Settings” or select it from the top slide-down menu
- Select “Apps & notifications.”
- Tap on “See all ### apps.”
- Find and select “YouTube.”
- Select “Storage & cache.”
- Choose “Clear storage” and then “Clear cache.” These actions remove consumed space. Otherwise, data will remain while the app is disabled.
- Tap on the “vertical ellipsis” (three vertical dots) in the top-right corner and choose “Uninstall updates.” This action also removes consumed storage space, and updates can be huge.
- Tap on “Disable.”
- You’ll see a message explaining the app and all functions related to it will be disabled. Press “Disable” once more.
- The app is now disabled, and all updates, cache, and user data have been removed to save space.
If you want to reactivate the app later, return to the “Apps & notifications” section of the Settings and re-enable it.
Generally, all apps you install yourself can be uninstalled. So, if you downloaded the YouTube Android app from the Play Store, you can uninstall it. But if the app comes preinstalled, you won’t see the “Uninstall” button.
So, if you don’t see the “Uninstall” button, it means it’s not possible to delete the app from your phone completely, and chances are, it won’t be there. In such cases, the only thing you can do is clear the user data and app data and then disable the app.
Rooting Your Phone
You can oversee your Android telephone and modify various cycles, including erasing preinstalled applications by gaining root access. In any case, it is typically not prescribed to root your telephone. Establishing, right off the bat, can make your telephone unsound and cause hopeless harm on the off chance that not done accurately. Besides, establishing may void your guarantee. On the off chance that something turns out badly, you’ll be all alone. At long last, acquiring root access additionally dodges Android’s security limitations. This implies your telephone won’t be shielded from malware.
If you actually conclude you need to root your gadget, guarantee you research the cycle completely. Recollect that the means change contingent upon the cell phone type and brand. On the off chance that you’re not well informed, asking a specialist for help is ideal. Also, remember to introduce legitimate antivirus assurance to battle malware diseases. In the event that you proceed with establishing and altering your perspective sooner or later, you can continuously un-root your telephone.
How do I get YouTube back after I disable it?
If you’ve disabled YouTube and want to get it back, you can re-enable the app. Here’s what to do:
1. Open Settings on your Android device and tap Apps.
2. Tap on YouTube at the bottom of the list.
3. Tap Turn on at the bottom of the page (some users may see Enable).
Now, YouTube will appear in your app drawer, where you can log in and watch all the videos you like.
What is the difference between disabling and deleting an app?
As mentioned previously, disabling an app won’t permanently delete it. But all cached data, stored memory, and the app icon will all disappear from your phone if you remove it. When you want to use the app again, you must enable it in Settings rather than install it from the Play Store.
When you delete an app, all traces of it disappear. Unlike a disabled app, an uninstalled app doesn’t exist on your phone anymore. When you want to use the app again, you must reinstall it from the Google Play Store.
No More YouTube
Although YouTube is still one of the most popular video-sharing platforms, many people don’t use it. Since most Android phones come with the app, it’s impossible to uninstall it without rooting your phone. If you don’t want to take any chances, it’s better to disable the app and prevent it from running in the background and wasting space.
We hope this article explains what you could do to eliminate YouTube on your Android phone.
How often do you use YouTube on your phone? What about other preinstalled apps on your Android? Tell us in the comments section below.