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    Default Uninstaller for Android tablet

    Uninstall programs on a tablet with Android 4.3 (Asus Memopad FHD10 ME302C) is pretty confusing for pc user. After trying more gps navigation with offline maps with sizes of hundreds of mb these remain still in the store. If access for manual removal was clear, so I don't ask here. However, they are often extra data for applications tucked under ten levels=hard-to-find. And I don't know if I remove everything. Some cleaner would not help trace the connection of these data with programs? Nice CleanMaster it cannot too.
    thanks for the tip
    Peter
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    Applications often will create a folder on the SD card if saving data is necessary. Uninstall the app from system settings - applications or through the play store then reboot your phone. You'll have to manually delete the folders.

    If you feel that something is still installed and want it gone then factory reset (backup data beforehand).

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    Default Re: Uninstaller for Android tablet

    Applications often will create a folder on the SD card if saving data is necessary. Uninstall the app from system settings - applications or through the play store then reboot your phone. You'll have to manually delete the folders.

    If you feel that something is still installed and want it gone then factory reset (backup data beforehand).

    Sent from my GT-P7510 using AC Forums mobile app
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    Default Re: Uninstaller for Android tablet

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyCL View Post
    It's a bit confusing what you mean.
    You mean storage?
    Can you rephrase that please?
    And that?
    yes storage
    If access for manual removal would be clear, so don't ask questions like this ;-)
    I need to remove the extra data of one application

    excuse my English is not the native language
    Peter

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