CCSWE App Manager (ROOT)

CCSWE App Manager (ROOT)


CCSWE App Manager was designed for users who want to hide icons for applications they do not use without uninstalling the entire application. This is useful for applications like Google Maps that include multiple icons. You can also hide icons for stock system applications which will allow you to continue to receive system updates while saving space in your application drawer.

** NOTE: You must have root access in order to use CCSWE App Manager **

Contact [email protected] if you have any issues (we cannot provide any assistance with rooting your device). We are more than happy to offer any help we can but cannot do anything if you simply give us a low rating instead of contacting us.

Features:

- Clear data for any application (including system applications)
- Hide (disable) application icons without uninstalling the application
- Freeze (disable) applications (Pro version only)
- Uninstall any application (including system applications)

Frequently asked questions:

- Why does CCSWE App Manager require root access?

Unfortunately the Android security model does not make it possible for one application to enable/disable components for another application. This makes sense for standard applications because you wouldn't want a competing application to be able to disable yours (ie: install MySpace and it disables Facebook). That is why CCSWE App Manager requires root permissions in order to achieve this.

Recent changes:
1.1.2
- Per user request Added avast! Anti-Theft module to list of filtered apps since it manages it's own icon

1.1.1
- Updated the theme for Android v11+ devices

1.1.0
- Added icon to indicate an application has hidden activities
- Added filtering to make managing applications easier
- Improved UI for smoother scrolling lists

1.0.5
- Quick update to filter Apex Launcher since it doesn't like being hidden

1.0.4
- Fixed a minor issue with the licensing service
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Free
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4.0
User ratings
187
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
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File size
156 kb
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About CCSWE App Manager (ROOT)
CCSWE App Manager was designed for users who want to hide icons for applications they do not use without uninstalling the entire application. This is useful for applications like Google Maps that include multiple icons. You can also hide icons for stock system applications which will allow you to continue to receive system updates while saving space in your application drawer.

** NOTE: You must have root access in order to use CCSWE App Manager **

Contact [email protected] if you have any issues (we cannot provide any assistance with rooting your device). We are more than happy to offer any help we can but cannot do anything if you simply give us a low rating instead of contacting us.

Features:

- Clear data for any application (including system applications)
- Hide (disable) application icons without uninstalling the application
- Freeze (disable) applications (Pro version only)
- Uninstall any application (including system applications)

Frequently asked questions:

- Why does CCSWE App Manager require root access?

Unfortunately the Android security model does not make it possible for one application to enable/disable components for another application. This makes sense for standard applications because you wouldn't want a competing application to be able to disable yours (ie: install MySpace and it disables Facebook). That is why CCSWE App Manager requires root permissions in order to achieve this.

Recent changes:
1.1.2
- Per user request Added avast! Anti-Theft module to list of filtered apps since it manages it's own icon

1.1.1
- Updated the theme for Android v11+ devices

1.1.0
- Added icon to indicate an application has hidden activities
- Added filtering to make managing applications easier
- Improved UI for smoother scrolling lists

1.0.5
- Quick update to filter Apex Launcher since it doesn't like being hidden

1.0.4
- Fixed a minor issue with the licensing service

Android Market Comments
A Google User
May 30, 2015
Works, but Upon uninstall it should restore hidden icons. There's no batch hide/unhide and if you hide an app icon it'll also remove it from your homescreen. App didn't play well with my launcher either.
A Google User
May 28, 2015
Unfortunate Used this app to hide apps before, but unfortunately this time around it does not want to recognize root
A Google User
Mar 31, 2015
Good
A Google User
Mar 25, 2015
Poor attempt Does not 'hide' apps, it disables them completely. Hidden apps (activities) can no longer be run at all. They are not hidden. Updated score to support the developer.
A Google User
Feb 28, 2015
Takes much time to load the applications