What is Setup Wizard on Android Phones? 

Are you a new Android user and feeling confused with all the settings and options on your device? Fear not, because I am here to help. In this article, I will guide you through the initial setup step-by-step, from connecting to WiFi networks to setting up your Google account to personalizing your device. Keep reading to learn more about how to use the setup wizard on Android and make the most of your device.

So, Let us know first,

What Is Setup Wizard On Android Phone? 

Setup Wizard is an in-built feature that allows you to manage all of your apps. It usually appears the first time you turn on your phone and shortly after a reset.

There are numerous applications for it:

  • Restore your previous application.
  • Install a custom ROM
  • On Android devices, you can access one or more profiles.
  • Sort all of your installed apps into categories.
  • Go through the smartphone’s initialization process.

Some of the above are only possible with a premium license. Although the wizard can be used for a variety of tasks, most people use it as an app manager.

Next, we have to know

How to Install Setup Wizard on Android Phone?

Setup Wizard is pre-installed when the device is set up by the manufacturer. You don’t have to install it yourself manually.

Features of Setup Wizard

Wizard’s main purpose is to help Android users when they first set up their phones, especially if they want to transfer old data from their previous phones, such as apps, pictures, and personalized features. It is beneficial to send backup data from currently installed apps.

Now, the Final Setup Process

An example of a typical wizard setup process on an Android device is explained below:

Welcome screen: The first screen displays a welcome message and prompts the user to select their preferred language.

Connect to wifi: The next screen prompts the user to connect to a wifi network to access the internet.

Sign in to Google: Prompt the user to sign in to their Google account or create a new one.

Agree to terms and conditions: Prompt the user to review and accept the device’s terms and conditions.

Customize settings: Prompt the user to set up basic settings such as date and time and customize the device’s appearance by choosing a theme.

Set up security: Prompt the user to configure security features such as a password or fingerprint sensor to keep the device safe.

Configure apps: Prompt the user to install and configure any apps pre-installed on the device, such as email, camera, and other system apps.

Finish setup: Once the user completes all the steps in the wizard, the setup process is complete, and the device is ready to use.

Note: The above steps may vary depending on the device, manufacturer, and version of Android.


1. Is Setup Wizard a Trojan on Android?

No, it doesn’t. When you first turn on your phone, you will see the setup screen. It will allow you to manage your apps. The screen also appears after you have cleared your system.

2. How do I get rid of the Android Setup Wizard?

Navigate to your phone’s app store.

Hold down the Setup Wizard app.

Drag it to the top-right corner of the screen, where it says Uninstall.

All thing is set now.

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Final Thoughts

You cannot uninstall it. It is, however, possible to disable it.

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