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Scroll down until you find a preinstalled app that you want to disable and tap it.
Alternatively, you could start at your home screen, press and hold on the app’s icon, and drag it to the App Info option that will appear at the top of your screen.
Unfortunately, the above process only disables the useless software.
It won’t appear in your app drawer and can’t run in the background, so this helps declutter your phone and save battery power.
There are several more technical ways to do this, most of which will void your phone’s warranty — so exercise caution.
The reason they can’t be uninstalled is that the manufacturer wants certain apps to stick around after you factory reset your phone.Nsibidi spread throughout the region over time and mixed with other cultures and art forms such as the Igbo uri or uli graphic design. Nsibidi has been described as a "fluid system" of communication consisting of hundreds of abstract and pictographic signs. Two of them (g) are embracing, (h) is a man who holds a cloth between his finger and thumbs as a sign of contempt. The lines round and twisting mean that the case was a difficult one which the people of the town could not judge for themselves.So they sent to the surrounding towns to call the wise men from them and the case was tried by them (j) and decided; (k) denotes that the case was one of adultery or No. Nsibidi is used to design the 'ukara ekpe' woven material which is usually dyed blue (but also green and red) and is covered in nsibidi symbols and motifs. Aspects of colonisation such as Western education and Christian doctrine drastically reduced the number of nsibidi-literate people, leaving the secret society members as some of the last literate in the symbols. Macgregor interpreted the first two symbols as corruptions of the Latin letters 'N' and 'A' and the last symbol a generic nsibidi.The leopard societies were a legislative, judicial, and executive power before colonisation, especially among the Efik who exerted much influence over the Cross River.