Do you find Clean Master annoying and wish to uninstall it from your Xiaomi, Oppo, Realme or Poco Android phone? Oh yeah! This post is for you. I will be showing you all steps to uninstall Clean Master from Xiaomi, Oppo, POCO, Realme without root in less than 5 minutes.
Xiaomi, Poco, Realme, Poco are all Chinese based Electronic manufacturers companies, with great snartphones which are currently ranking among the top six Smartphone manufacturers around the globe. Issues being complained by most users is the arrival of this mobiles with clean master preinstalled as stock app.
Many want to delete it, while phone Enthusiast like the persons of Miles, Olly (our WhatsApp group members) uninstall this apps at a go once they purchase new devices. So am here today with step by step guide to uninstall Clean Master app without rooting your phone.
Steps to Uninstall Clean Master Without Root
First of all, you’re required to unlock Bootloader and Enable USB Debugging. Let’s start by Enabling USB Debugging. (You can Skip this Step if you have Enabled USB debugging on your phone before)
- Go to Settings > About Phone and then look for the Build Number.
- Tap on the Build number 7 times, you will see a notification about developer options been unlocked.
Go to Settings > Developer Options and enable USB Debugging. It depends on your smartphone to where the Developer options will appear, search for it in the settings.
Open Elevated Command Prompt with ADB
- Download and Extract the Platform-tools zip file your PC.
- Copy the location of the folder you extracted it to from the address bar.
- Right-click the start menu and select, Command Prompt (Admin)
On the Command Window, type this command without including the quote sign “cd ” and press enter.
Now, connect your phone and type “adb devices”, this will start the daemon tools.
How to uninstall Clean master from Xiaomi, Oppo, Poco and Realme
Now, while the phone is connected to the PC and ADB command window working.
Type the “adb devices” command and see if any device will pop up on the list. If no devices are listed then try reconnecting your phone to another USB port.
If your device is listed, then execute the following command;
For Xiaomi devices (Mi, Poco, Redmi, K series): pm uninstall -k –user 0 com.miui.cleanmaster
For Realme or Oppo devices: pm uninstall -k –user 0 com.coloros.phonemanager
You will see success on the command line which means the selected app has been removed.
With this above steps, you can uninstall clean master and other bloatware from the Xiaomi or Realme devices. Warning! If you don’t understand this process, kindly ask questions to avoid spoiling your phone.