Motorola is a Smartphone maker known to produce some of the most stylish and innovatively designed handsets.
Apart from the Moto G and X that have been enjoying brisk sales, Motorola has also produced some carrier specific models- such as the Droid Turbo.
Available on Verizon in the US regions, the Droid Turbo was released late last year. The handset has some really powerful hardware components inside and has a stylish, rugged exterior.
Performance enhancement possibilities in the Droid Turbo
With components like a beefy Snapdragon 805 quad core chip, Adreno 420 GPU and a 3,900 mAh battery- the Droid Turbo can trounce almost all Android rivals.
However, as a user you may be oblivious to ways to further enhance its performance or eliminate factors that are actually bottlenecking its power!
This can be possible by eliminating the unnecessary apps running in the device- which are referred as bloatware.
Need to discard bloatware in the Droid Turbo
Beyond doubt, the Droid Turbo can run graphically intensive games with ease and lets you multitask faster than others.
However, the unnecessary apps running in the background that you hardly use can actually cause performance slowdowns at times.
Some of these can be third party apps bundled either by the career or Motorola. By removing such apps from the handset, you will experience faster boot time and response.
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Removing the bloatware in your Droid Turbo
As it is, you cannot remove the unnecessary apps running in the device using its default apps utility. Some such apps found in the Droid Turbo are:
- Amazon Music
- Droid Zap
- Verizon Message
- Motorola Demo mode
- VZ navigation
- Vcast media manager
It is necessary to use specific third party software to remove unnecessary apps from the Droid Turbo. You will need:
- Droid Turbo Bloatware Remover
- Internet Connection
- USB cable
- Windows PC
Method to eliminate flatware from your Droid Turbo
- At first, you will need to download the Bloatware remover tool. It is a zip file and you can extract the content using Winzip inside a folder.
- Next, connect the device to the PC using USB cable.
- Now, you have to run the file named ‘Block Bloat Ware.bat’.
- A Command Prompt window will run thereafter.
- As the tool eliminates the unwanted apps from the Droid Turbo, it will reboot.
- Disconnect it from the PC after the reboot is over.
Is the step worth it?
It is true that removing pre-installed apps is not supported by the carrier or handset manufacturer- Motorola in this case. However, you do not have much to lose. The apps can be reinstalled from Google Play store, whenever required.
Apart from the performance boost, removing bloatware from the Droid Turbo will also enable you to extract more from its battery.
The entire process is quite simple and does not require much time either. So, considering all the aspects- you may give it a try.