How to delete android apps

Deleting Android apps tutorial made easy for you

Is your Android cell phone getting a little cluttered with apps. Or is your phones memory simply to full to install another one. You are going to have to buy a bigger memory card or simply remove a few apps making room for a few more. To remove an app that you have installed follow one of these easy guides.


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How to delete or remove Android app

Click uninstall

Before you start removing apps please take note that you should not remove anything you don’t know what is. You can potentially delete important parts of the Android Os. If you are not sure about what you are doing please follow the second tutorial of how to remove an app. ( Delete Android app from Google play store ).

Delete Android app from settings menu :

  1. Go to your phones setting panel, it can be found in the apps menu or on your home screen.
  2. Scroll down and press the application manager.
  3. Press your phones menu button if you want to sort the apps by size so you can find witch ones will save you the most space.
  4. Press the app you want to uninstall.
  5. Detailed information about the app you pressed will appear.
  6. From this menu you can force stop, clear data, clear cache or uninstall the app.
  7. Press uninstall and confirm your choice on the next screen.
Delete Android app from Google play store :
  1. Enable some sort of data connection on your cell phone, either Wi-Fi,GPRS, LTE.3G or 4g.
  2. Open play store by pressing the icon named Play store in your cell phones menu.
  3. Once the play store has finished loading press the menu button on you phone.
  4. On the pop up that appears press the My Apps.
  5. From this tab press the app you want to remove.
  6. A screen containing more information about the app you want to remove will appear.
  7. Simply press the uninstall button on this screen and your job is done.
If you have accidentally removed an app that you did not mean to head on back to the My apps portion of Google play store and push the installed apps to the left. A new menu will appear.
This one will contain a list of all the apps that you have ever had on your phone.( the phone you have now or any other phone associated to the GMail account you are logged in to ).  From here it is an easy task to reinstall  the apps that you want back.
Still not sure how to do it check out Google plays Support page for uninstalling.

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About Bertil Hansen
I am the owner and main contributor to this website. Throughout the years I've owned an embarrassing number of Android phones. Too many to mention in fact. Lets just say it started with the HTC legend and I'm now on the Galaxy Note 4.

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