Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 is a great phone, but one problem can make it harder to use than you might want. TouchWiz, Samsung’s skinned version of the Android operating system bloated the Note 4’s processor and other functions. This article will demonstrate how to install stock Android on your Galaxy Note 4 without requiring a custom ROM.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4
If you are not happy with the TouchWiz interface on your Samsung Galaxy Note 4, there is a way to change it. This article will show you how to remove TouchWiz from your Galaxy Note 4, and replace it with a more user-friendly interface.
TouchWiz is the default interface for Samsung Galaxy Note 4 users. It is a complicated and heavily customized UI that can be changed using a variety of methods.
This article will show you how to remove TouchWiz from your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 using a TWRP recovery. TWRP is a custom recovery that can be used on many Android devices, including the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
After you have removed TouchWiz from your Samsung Galaxy Note 4, you can install a more user-friendly interface like AOSP or CyanogenMod. These interfaces are less complicated than TouchWiz, and they offer more customization options.
What is Touchwiz?
Touchwiz is a user interface skin on many Samsung Galaxy devices that alters the look and feel of the device. It can be difficult to remove, and some users may want to do so to improve the appearance or performance of their device.
There are several ways to remove Touchwiz:
– Remove it using a launcher app: Many launchers, such as Nova Launcher and AOKP, offer skins that can be used to remove Touchwiz. Simply install the launcher and choose the skin from the list of available skins. After installing the skin, open it and select the “widget remover” option. From there, you can select Touchwiz from the list of installed widgets and click on the “remove” button.
– Remove it using ADB commands: If you want to remove Touchwiz using ADB commands, you will first need to enable USB debugging on your device. You can do this by going to Settings -> About Phone -> tap on Build Number several times until you see a message that says “You are now a developer.” When you are done, restart your device by pressing down on the Home button then hitting Power off. After your device restarts, launch an ADB command
Fixing TouchWiz Lag
One of the most common problems with TouchWiz on Samsung Galaxy Note devices is lag. This lag can happen when you are using certain apps, such as the camera or the gallery, and can make them extremely slow to open.
To fix this problem, you first need to identify the source of the lag. If it is in the app itself, you will need to uninstall and reinstall the app. If the lag is caused by hardware issues, you will need to replace the battery or storage card.
If all else fails, you can try a few methods to reduce the lag. One is to disable any background processes that might be running in the background. You can also try clearing cache and data on your device, and changing your display settings to a lower resolution.
How to Remove TouchWiz from Note 4
If you’re unhappy with the TouchWiz interface on your Samsung Galaxy Note 4, there is a simple way to remove it. This guide will show you how to remove TouchWiz from your Note 4 using a custom recovery such as CWM or TWRP.
Note: This tutorial is for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with model number SM-N910C. If you have a different model number, please see the corresponding section below for instructions on how to remove TouchWiz on your device.
Step 1: Make sure that your Galaxy Note 4 has at least 50% battery life remaining.
Step 2: Download and install our Android Root Tools app (see the “How To Use Our Android Root Tools App” section below for more information).
Step 3: Launch our Android Root Tools app and select “TWRP” from the main menu.
Step 4: Tap on the “install” button and choose the “TouchWiz_XDA_03-05-2014_R1.zip” file from your download folder.
Step 5: Once the file has been installed, tap on the “wipe” button and make sure that everything is wiped clean before proceeding .
Step 6: Tap on the “reboot” button and wait until your Galaxy Note 4 reboots into TWRP.
We’ve all experienced the painful symptoms of TouchWiz: bad battery life, slow performance, and general frustration. If you’re having trouble removing (or at least tweaking) TouchWiz on your Samsung Galaxy Note 4, read on for our guide on how to do it. Whether you’re a seasoned Android user or this is your first time removing an app or firmware upgrade, we’ll help get you sorted out.