Many are the pre-installed applications that we have when we turn on our Xiaomi terminal for the first time. Games, third-party applications and even system services that we do not use and that we are going to show you how you can eliminate them thanks to a simple tool that will help you have your device with more internal storage and minimize MIUI problems. How to remove pre-installed applications from your Xiaomi phone and gain more space.
To carry out this tutorial you will need a Xiaomi phone and a Windows, Mac or Linux computer.
Xiaomi ADB / Fastboot Tools the tool to remove bloatware from your terminal
Xiaomi ADB / Fastboot Tools is a tool aimed at eliminating services and applications that your Xiaomi is equipped with at the factory. In order to start using it, we must download Oracle Java for your operating system, be it Windows, Mac or Linux. This is because the application is developed in Kotlin with the Java virtual machine; therefore, in order to open the .jar file, it is essential to download it.
Once installed, we must proceed to download the Xiaomi ADB / Fastboot Tools tool, a .jar file that we install with a couple of clicks.
Next, we must open the tool and connect our Xiaomi device to our computer through the USB connection in debugging mode. The steps to be able to connect it in this mode are the following:
- Open the settings of your Xiaomi.
- Access the “About the phone” option.
- Press 7 times on “MIUI version”.
- Now go to ‘additional settings’, where you will find the developer options.
- Enable USB debugging.
Once connected to your PC, the terminal will ask you for permission to trust the computer, an essential requirement for the tool to be able to access the information on your phone. Once connected, all the applications installed on your Xiaomi will appear, such as services to collect data from your phone, third-party apps, etc.