Is there a way to remove uninstallable apps from showing up on the google play updates list? I don't mean uninstall them, that is not possible without root as I understand. Just hiding them from the update all list would be nice.

  • Bloatware can be disabled safely. Also disabling them saves some space and memory if they are running in the background. You won't see them in update list after that. – MANI May 11 '15 at 17:07

The only way I know of to remove an app from the update process is to disable it - but then of course, you can't USE it at all.

I tend to disable a lot of built-in stuff (usually after the first time it decides to 'notify' me about something I don't care about). But as I said, that also means I can't use the apps in question.

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