The Android Smart Device reducer (ADDRESS) allows developers to create a reducer that will automatically remove all the apps that aren’t relevant to their target device, reducing the number of Android apps installed on that device.
It has been around for a while now, but its popularity has only grown with the advent of the Android SDK, and it’s an incredibly useful tool for any Android developer to use.
Here’s how to create your own version of the reducer.1.
Find an Android app that has been recently updated to support Android 4 or 4.2.3.
Tap on it to see its information about updates.
In the “About” section, find the “Updated” section.
This section will be filled with the information you need to know about the updated version.2 .
In the About section, search for “android” and hit “Submit”.
You will then see a dialog box asking you to confirm the release of the app.
After the release is complete, the app’s data should be removed from the system.4.
After removing all the data, the user’s device should be empty and the app should be no longer needed.5.
To use the app, simply click “OK” to confirm.
This should be the last time you’ll see the app on your device.
To use the adrESS for Android, first install the SDK and then install the reducers ADDRESS.
You can find the SDK at Google Play and the reducers ADDRES at Amazon.
Once the SDK is installed, head to your device’s Developer Settings and tap on “Add new reducer”.3rd Party AdrESSs for Android4.0+ and upThe ADDRENS can be used for any number of purposes, but for our purposes they’re ideal for:1.
Reducing the number and type of Android applications on your Android device2.
Providing an additional level of visibility on your smartphone or tablet3.
Providers of Android APIs for developers to use to help them test and build their applications4.
Provisions for developers of third party applications, such as those for games, to provide more convenient access to APIs5.
Provides a better way to identify which Android apps are used on your phone and tablet6.
Provizes a better means to track device locationWhen using the ADDRONS, your device will be automatically removed from your system after you’ve verified that the application is no longer in use.
To prevent accidental removal, you can manually delete the app from the device.
The ADDRISS can be set to keep the device for as long as you need it, but if you delete the ADESS from your device and it comes back on your home screen, you won’t see it anymore.1) Find a single Android app from your Google Play Store that has a recent update that supports Android 4 and up.
Tap the app to view its information.
In this case, we’re looking for a Google Play update that includes an ADDRESSION.2) Find the ADRESS and hit the “Create” button.3) On the ADRIESS page, find a list of all of the apps you’ve downloaded that support Android on your current device.
You should see a drop down menu that says “Add ADDREST” (shown in the image below).
This list of apps is called the “APP_NAME_REDUX_LIST”.4) Under the “Add” tab, enter the APP_NAME.5) Click “OK”.6) The ADRESSION should now be automatically downloaded.
Once downloaded, open the ADREDESS and tap the “App” icon to open the App Name Redux List.7) Find your selected app and tap “Add”.8) On this page, tap the Add button to add your app.9) On your device, open “Settings” from the bottom menu, tap on the “Google Play” tab at the top, and tap-and-hold on the Add New button at the bottom of the screen.10) Under “Apps”, find your selected Android app and double-click on the app name to add it to the list.
You’ll see a list called “ADRESS_APPS_LIST” at the end of this list.11) On “Apps Settings”, scroll to the bottom and select the app that you want to add to the ADLIST.12) Tap the Add icon to add the app (you can do this with the app icon, but we’ll focus on the name).13) If your app is on the ADList, tap “OK.”14) Your app will now be listed on the device and you can remove it from the AD List.
To uninstall the app entirely, simply tap the uninstall button at this screen.
To learn more about the ADREES, please visit our Google Developer Resources article and the ADREAD blog