MI User Interface, abbreviated MIUI is an Android-based operating system for smartphones and tablet computers developed by Chinese electronics manufacturer Xiaomi. It is powered by the Android Operating System. MIUI includes various features such as theme support.
Xiaomi’s budget devices are good at taking over the smartphone world.
The company, dominating on the Indian and Chinese markets, manages to deliver low priced smartphones coupled with some high end device specs.
Bloatware on Xiaomi Devices?
The word Bloatware is used for smartphone apps which the vendor locks. Some known vendors include Samsung, Xiaomi, HTC and so on. Developers are using this irksome tactic of locking apps on the phone to make the device’s user interface exclusive.
Uninstall/Disable MIUI Apps in Xiaomi/Redmi Devices Without Rooting
1. MIUI Hidden Settings
The MIUI app Hidden Settings make it easy for developers to perform previously complex tasks in just a few taps. You can, for example, view the Notification log, which has been difficult to get into before.
With the help of MIUI hidden features, you can get rid of some (not all) pre-installed app(You can also uninstall the Google apps).
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