How to See Default Installed Apps in Android Marshmallow Smartphones?

Due to the specific sensitive working nature of the Android Marshmallow smartphones and tablets, many similar apps are built-in along with the operating system to enhance their performance. These built-in apps may differ from the version to version and from brands to brands. But some of the essential apps are must and are installed in the smartphones and operating systems.

When you are performing some checks to increase the speed and smoothness of your smartphone, you may also look toward the apps and their functioning. If some of the apps are working smoothly, you may keep them in the same working condition, otherwise you may decide to either delete them or to configure them according to your requirements.

During this checkup, you must be informed of the default apps which are essential part of the operating system. It is better not to touch or change their configuration or your entire operating system may suffer.

We have added below some of the illustrated instructions which are equipped with the screenshots for you to see the defaults apps.

Tutorial

1: Tap the icon of the ‘Settings’ app, currently placed at the bottom-right corner of the Home screen of my Android Marshmallow smartphone. This tap will open up the ‘Settings’ screen.2: At the ‘Settings’ screen, scroll down to the ‘Device’ section and tap the ‘Apps’.3: At the ‘Apps’ screen, tap the ‘Configure apps’ button, place below the status bar.4: At the ‘Configure apps’ screen, tap the ‘Default Apps’ in the ‘Advanced’ section.5: At the ‘Default Apps’ screen, you will see the following 4 apps which are built-in apps in Android Marshmallow operating system as default apps. These apps are:

  • Assist & voice input
  • Browser app
  • Phone app
  • SMS app

See the specific nature of these apps. Being the fundamental apps, these are directly related to the major and basic functions of your smartphone. So, don’t dare to touch their configuration without good expertise or the default settings or your entire operating system may be disturbed.

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How Many Default Widgets are Available in Android 6.0.x Marshmallow Device?

Like the previous versions of Android operating system, many widgets are available, by default, in the Android 6.0.x Marshmallow smartphone and devices. Some of these are system widgets which are necessary to run the Android smoothly while others are placed in the system to facilitate the users so that they may not need to download and install them.

I have not calculated the widgets, available in the Android 6.0.x smartphone but you can. I have just taken screenshots of these pages. You may count yourself at your end.

Instructions

  1. Tap anywhere on the Home screen of your Android 6.0.x Marshmallow smartphone or device to open up the Menu opener.Marshmallow-Widget-Count-1

2. At the Menu Opener, tap the ‘WIDGETS’ button, placed at the bottom line of the menu opener. It will take you to the screen where default widgets are available.

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Now, scroll down and up to count the widgets.

The screenshots are all the available widgets are given in the gallery.

Gallery

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How to Reset to Default Profile Settings in Android 4.4.4 KitKat?

Now, Android 4.4.4 KitKat version of the operating system has provided you the option to change the different profiles as per your need and/or requirements instantly. You may choose any given or created profile in Android devices, as per your need and/or requirements. But if you think you no longer need any other feature or if you are indecisive about any specific profile, it is a good idea to choose default profile. The default profile will have the app set or group of apps, selected and set by Android with settings of all the app, set by Android.

You may choose and set the default profile easily but if you need, you may see the instructions.

Command Line: Settings – Home > Profiles – PERSONAL > Profiles – ON > Default – PROFILES.

Instructions

1: Tap the icon of the ‘Settings’ on the Home screen of your Android 4.4.4 KitKat device to open up the ‘Settings’ screen.DefaultProfile-12: At the ‘Settings’ screen, scroll down to the PERSONAL section and tap the ‘Profiles’.DefaultProfile-23: At the ‘Profiles’ screen, see the status of the ‘Profiles’ switch is OFF, indicated by its Grey color. To configure and use the system profiles (as advised by Android), tap the ‘Profiles’ switch or drag it to the right to turn it ‘ON’.DefaultProfile-34: At the ‘Profiles’ screen, see ‘Silent’ is the current profile.DefaultProfile-45: Tap the ‘Default’ and the current profile will be changed to default with all the settings of apps as set by Android for all devices.DefaultProfile-5That’s all!

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Setting Network Default Caller ID to Display in Android 5.1 Lollipop?

Sometimes it becomes important to hide the caller Id while calling to someone or to show the number only. The only caller Id, phone carriers support normally, is network default caller number. But, Android has different options about the display of the caller Id while calling to someone else.

You may choose among many caller Id display options but if you feel need, you may see the instructions.

Instructions

1: Tap the icon of the ‘Phone Dialer’ at the Home screen of your Android 5.1 Lollipop device to open up the ‘Phone Screen’ app screen.LollipopIdDisplay-12: At the ‘Phone Dialer’ app screen, tap the settings button, placed at the top right corner of the screen. It will open up a popup menu.LollipopIdDisplay-23: Tap the ‘Settings’ in the popup menu.LollipopIdDisplay-34: Tap the ‘Calls’ at the ‘Settings’ screen.LollipopIdDisplay-45: At the ‘Call settings’ screen, tap the ‘Additional settings’ screen.LollipopIdDisplay-56: At the ‘Additional settings’ screen, see the current status of ‘Caller ID’ is: ‘Number hidden in the outgoing calls’, i.e. the caller number will be hidden in the outgoing calls. If you want to change the status, tap it. It will open up a prompt; ‘Caller ID’.LollipopIdDisplay-67: See the current option at the prompt; ‘Caller ID’ is ‘Hide number’.LollipopIdDisplay-78: If you want to change the ‘Network default’, tap it to select.LollipopIdDisplay-89: It will, instantly, take you back to ‘Additional settings’ screen where the status of ‘Caller ID’ is changed to: ‘Use default operator settings to display my number in outgoing calls’.LollipopIdDisplay-9Alternatively, you may select any other option as well.

From now onward, Android will use the default, the operators’ settings to display my number in all the outgoing calls.

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How to Reset All Profiles to Default Settings in Android 4.4.4 KitKat?

You may choose any given or created profile in Android devices, as per your need and/or requirements. But if you think you do not need or if you are indecisive about any specific profile, it is a good idea to choose default profile. The default profile will have the app set or group of apps, selected and set by Android with settings of all the app, set by Android.

You may choose and set the default profile easily but if you need, you may see the instructions.

Instructions

Command Line: Settings – Home > Profiles – PERSONAL > Profiles – ON > Default – PROFILES.

1: Tap the icon of the ‘Settings’ on the Home screen of your Android 4.4.4 KitKat device to open up the ‘Settings’ screen. KitKat-Default-Profile-12: At the ‘Settings’ screen, scroll down to the PERSONAL section and tap the ‘Profiles’.KitKat-Default-Profile-23: At the ‘Profiles’ screen, see the status of the ‘Profiles’ switch is OFF, indicated by its Grey color. To configure and use the system profiles (as advised by Android), tap the ‘Profiles’ switch and drag it to the right to turn it ON.KitKat-Default-Profile-34: At the ‘Profiles’ screen, see ‘Home’ is the current profile.KitKat-Default-Profile-45: Tap the ‘Default’ and the current profile will be changed to default with all the settings of apps as set by Android for all devices.KitKat-Default-Profile-5That’s all!

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