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    Question How to Remove An App?

    How do I remove an app?
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    If you installed it from Google Play, open the Play Store app, swipe in from the left, tap My Apps, then find the app, select it, and tap Uninstall.

    You can also go to Settings>Apps​, select the app there, and tap Uninstall.

    Keep in mind that system apps and preinstalled apps (aka "bloatware") cannot be uninstalled unless you're rooted.

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    Default Re: How Remove An App?

    If you installed it from Google Play, open the Play Store app, swipe in from the left, tap My Apps, then find the app, select it, and tap Uninstall.

    You can also go to Settings>Apps​, select the app there, and tap Uninstall.

    Keep in mind that system apps and preinstalled apps (aka "bloatware") cannot be uninstalled unless you're rooted.
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    Default Re: How Remove An App?

    Roger, B. Diddy. Thanks. Very Interesting. So that's what rooting is about. I'll have to look more into that later.

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