An Android smartphone comes with many system applications, and one such is the OsuLogin. The com.android.hotspot2.osu is the package name of the OsuLogin and it is mostly found in the OnePlus, Xiaomi, and Samsung smartphones.
In this article, we will explain all the details of the OsuLogin app and the methods to uninstall it.
What is OsuLogin on an Android Device?
The OSuLogin is the system application that connects us to the WiFi hotspot networks via the Osu(Online Sign up) on Android devices. The login interface is where we enter the credentials to allow the other device to connect with WiFI hotspot 2.0. It also provides many amazing features and some of its vital features are given below:
- It is used by OSU web-based services
- The interface of the Osulogin is pretty simple to utilize.
- Gives the automatic SSO(Single Sign On).
- Gives the automatic two-step login.
These are some great features provided by OsuLogin.
Is OsuLogin is Virus?
No, it is a very secure app to connect the device to WiFi hotspot 2.0. It is not a virus or malware, it just runs in the background of the device help to connect them. This system application is developed by Google.
Can we uninstall OsuLogin?
No, we have no access to uninstall this package file on the smartphone but it can be deleted by using the ADB(Android Debug Bridge) and also by rooting the device. It is recommended to not uninstall this package file because it may cause some device connectivity issues.
Methods to Uninstall the OsuLogin from Android Devices?
The two methods to delete this system application are given below:
- ADB(Android Debug Bridge).
- Third-party app.
Method 1: ADB(Android Debug Bridge)
To do the process of this method, follow the mentioned steps:
Step 1: Enable the USB Debugging from the Developers menu:
First, in the device setting select “About Phone” and then tap the “MIUI Version/ Build Number” 7 to 9 times. After that, go back to settings and then select the “Additional settings” option. Next, hit the “Developer option” and then enable the “USB Debugging” option:
Step 2: Download the universal ADB driver by clicking here and then extract the zip files into the folder:
Step 3: in that folder, press the shift+right click on the blank surface, and then select the “Open powershell windows here/ open command window here” option.
Step 4: Run the adb devices command in opened powershell window.
Step 5: Connect the smartphone to the pc with the help of a USB data cable and set the “Transfer File Mode” option on the smartphone.
Step 6: Run the adb devices command again.
Step 7: Run the below-stated command:
adb shell pm uninstall -user 0 com.android.hotspot2.osu
These steps will delete the OsuLogin from Android smartphones.
Method 2: Third-Party App
Follow the below steps to delete the OsuLogin app from Android smartphones by using the third-party app:
Note: Before doing these steps, first we have to root access the device:
Step 1: Install or Download the System App Remover on the device.
Step 2: Find the Osulogin app and tap on it.
Step 3: Tap on the “Uninstall” option.
We have provided all the details and proper methods to uninstall the OsuLogin app on Android smartphones.
The OSuLogin is the system application that connects us to the WiFi hotspot networks via the Osu(Online Sign up) on Android devices. It is manufactured by Google and is a very safe app to use. It is recommended to not download this system application because it may cause connectivity issues. However, to delete this package file the ADB(Android Debug Bridge) and System app remover app will be used. In this blog, we have illustrated all the details and possible methods to uninstall the OsuLogin on Android devices.