How to install a third-party app as a system app
Now, you are going to know how to convert, make, or install a third-party app to a system or default app on your android phone. Third-party application means an application that is provided by a vendor other than the manufacturer of your phone. For example, you downloaded an app like WhatsApp, Messenger, IMO, etc from Google Play or other sources, it would be a third party application. You can also uninstall these applications. On the contrary, system apps mean that app that are the root apps of your device manufactured by the company. You can’t uninstall system app thought it can be possible in a rooted device. By making a third-party app to the system app, you can enjoy all the features of a system app.
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Follow the following steps to install/convert a third-party app as system/default app in your android.
- First, you need to root your device. If your device isn’t rooted, go to this tutorial> How to root?
- Download the Link2SD app. Direct download link Link2SD & Google Play Store link Link2SD.
- After completing the download, open the application
- Select the special app that you want to make as a system app. Then click on the right-1upup corner. You will see “Convert to system app”.
- Restart the device.
- After that, go to Settings>Application>Application Manager> select the app which you converted as a system app. You will see this application as a system app. You won’t see uninstall option after converting it to system application.
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