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Posted 28 April 2014 - 07:19 AM
Posted 29 April 2014 - 02:21 AM
Thanks man for replying, it means ur forums are not appropriate for answering my question.
Posted 02 May 2014 - 06:18 PM
No, Animal moved you to the branch of the forum that IS appropriate for your question...
You didn't really explain what your looking for or why? There are a few ways and many tools that will uninstall/remove applications from Android. You also have to know the difference between a system app and a user app. Another question that makes a difference is if your phone is rooted or not.
Are you trying to remove "bloatware", mixed apps, or a single app? Your phone should come with an application manager which will, in some cases, uninstall 3rd party apps, like from Google or other app sites. But it will not uninstall system apps and rarely remove prefered vendor apps...like Samsung or Google partners.
If you're rooted then you should already know most of this but assuming you're a noob look for Titanium Backup, SD Maid, or other tools like them. You can also use a file manager to uninstall apps, depending on who made it, but ones from the play store or the like will tell you if they have special tools or abilities.
And finally, search the web or google play...you'll find more answers much faster than ranomly posting on a forum.
Posted 03 May 2014 - 01:21 AM
Hello man, thanks for ur reply, I searched lot for uninstalling the app from my mobile and able to find few results. My question is that this way I know. My app setting is locked by code of another app and want to unistall that app. Is there any another way for uninstalling.
Edited by ricky212, 03 May 2014 - 01:24 AM.
Posted 03 May 2014 - 07:50 PM
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Posted 08 May 2014 - 01:17 AM
Some Dev's even give you an email address to contact them. I've reached out to a few over the years to help them out or trouble shoot a problem on a new device I have. As Animal pointed out you need to be far more specific about the application or APK and the issues your having. Being vague or unclear will slow down any reply or help you might get.
Think of it this way; If this was a car you brought in for repair all you have told us is that it makes a funny noise when you drive it.
Where do you think the noise is coming from? Is it only while driving or does it happen if the cars engine is running? Was anything changed, added, or damaged prior to the noise occuring?
The less we know the more time and effort it will take and some of us aren't able to help day after day so you could lose the opertunity.
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