How to manage the default apps on Android devices the easy way

How to manage the default apps on Android devices the easy way
Today we're going to show you how to easily manage the default apps on Android devices using a dedicated app that's intuitively called 'Default App Manager Lite'.

Have you mistakenly selected the wrong default music app on your Android device? If so, then you probably want to learn how to change the default apps. 

Although Android allows the manual management of default apps, using the free 'Default App Manager Lite' app is both faster and more intuitive. As such, we're not going to be manually poking inside the Android OS. Instead, we're going to let this free app do the work for us.

Step 1. Go to Play Store and download the free 'Default App Manager Lite' app. We've tested the app on multiple devices ranging spanning several manufacturers and Android versions, and we've encountered no problem on any handset.

Step 2. Once the 'Default App Manager Lite' is downloaded and installed, open it.

Step 3. The first thing you'll see is a list of all the basic actions and intents. To select a default app for a certain intent, first tap its name in the list, then select the default app. 


Step 4 (Optional). To view all of the default app associations, tap the 'All Defaults' tab in the upper portion of the screen. To remove an association, tap the associated 'Clear' button.

That's all there is to it! Now you can easily view, edit, and clear the default apps on your Android smartphone or tablet. 


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4 Comments

1. mafiaprinc3

Posts: 585; Member since: May 07, 2012

been using this for quite a while now,simple and effective

2. gersont1000

Posts: 473; Member since: Mar 13, 2012

What I'd like is a way to be able to select an app every time on the S7. Unfortunately, it doesn't give the choice of "just this once" or "always", and just makes your first choice the default (whyyy, Samsung?!). I like to choose my app for several actions. I was hoping this app might do it but it doesn't look like it. Does anyone know how to solve this problem on the S7?

3. NobLeintentions

Posts: 9; Member since: Apr 19, 2016

Yes, get a Note 4 :P

4. Jorgemerino97

Posts: 70; Member since: Apr 05, 2014

And the default manager for default manager apps? :o

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