Modern people love playing smart phones very much. People nearly stare at the screen of mobile phones whenever it is, wherever they are and whatever they are doing. Why do the smart phones have such magic power that lure everyone to be addicted to it. I think one of reasons is diverse applications. In order to satisfy people's different needs and interests, more and more applications with various functions are developed and released. The communication apps changed the way people contact with others. Camera in the mobile phone makes many people just can not stop taking pictures of themselves. The map apps enable the people like me who always lose ways can find the right direction in a strange place.
With so many powerful applications, the smartphone enable us to live a more colorful and convenient life. But too many applications in the Android phone also make the space a mess. It is frustrating and troublesome to manage so many applications on the Android phones. So here comes your helper - Android App Manager, which is highly recommended by many people are tired of too many applications on the device.
The software can help you install and uninstall many applications with just one click and with no hassle. Besides, the operation is simple so that everyone can use it. What's more, the software allows users to backup contacts, messages, media files to desktop computer, or directly edit the contacts, send messages or add new contact info to your mobile phone through desktop computer. The software can be compatible with almost all popular Android devices, including Samsung, Motorola, ZTE, HTC, Sony, LG, etc.
Now, just click the below icons to get the free trial version and follow the below steps to manage your Android applications.
Step 1. Connect Your Phone to Computer
Connect your Android phone to the computer via its USB cable and run the software. Then open USB debugging on the phone:
1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging"
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging"
3) For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" < Click "About Phone" < Tap "Build number" for several times until getting a note "You are under developer mode". Then you may back to "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging". (If you did this before, you can skip to the next step directly.)
Step 2. Manage Your Android Apps
The software will detect your connected device and scan the files in it. You will see a list of option on the left panel and just click the Apps option then the User Apps below to it. Then you will see the applications that are installed on your computer. Mark the wanted apps and then you can hit the Uninstall button to remove them all or hit the Export button to transfer the marked apps to computer. You can also click on the Install button to install apps on your device.
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