Here is how you can install third-party apps as system apps on Android (Root only)

25Android is the most popular mobile operating system out there. Google’s operating system provides users with a variety of customization options and you can do just anything with your Android devices. However, one of the most annoying things when it comes Android is that all the apps that can be installed from Google Play Store and other sources don’t act as the permanent system apps on your device. This means that your friends can easily your favorite apps without your permission.

If you now own a rooted Android phone, you can easily install the third-party apps as permanent system apps on your device.

In this guide, we will walk you through the steps to install third-party apps as permanent system apps on your Android phone (Root only). Before we get started, make sure that you have rooted your device and granted your File Manager App access to Root files.

Assuming that you have met the above-mentioned requirements, let’s proceed with our step-by-step guide.

Steps to install third-party apps as permanent system apps on Android

Step one: First off, you need to download and install a third-party app called ES File Explorer. You can get the app from the Google Play Store for free

Step two: Once you are done, launch ES File Explorer app on your Android phone and swipe from the left of the screen to access the navigation drawer. From here, you will notice that the Root Explorer switch is now disabled, all you need to do is to tap on the switch to turn it on.

Step three: Head back to the app’s home and open up Internal Storage. After that, tap on the “/” button located at the top to access system files. From here, select Data and tap the App folder to proceed

Step four: You will then see a list of all installed apps on your device. All you need to do now is to long press on the folder of the app that you wish to make as permanent system app. Once you are done, you simply need to select the Cut option

Step five: Next up, head back to the “/” folder and open the System folder. From here, tap to open the App folder and paste the cut app folder to copy your app folder to the system

Step six: Note that you need to provide some permissions sothat  your favorite app can work as a permanent system app. To do that, long press the app folder and select Properties > Change > Permissions. After that, check the boxes under Read, Write and Execute options

Step seven: Once you are done, restart your device to save the changes

Also read: Steps to disable laptop’s webcam and microphone on Windows 10

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