Is there a way to remove apps from My Android Apps list, on Android Market / Google Play? I have a few hundred in my list and a few dozen of those are apps I plan to never install again. I'd like to remove them from my list in the Market/Play. I've already uninstalled them from my phone.
How do you remove web ads showing on your apps? I believe the web ad was showing up because I have downloaded another apps which I allowed web ad to be shown on my other apps but I'm not really sure. how do you also know if the app you are downloading will not have any web ad on it?
I have a general idea of how to do it but would like some instuctions. If im correct first u download astro then use emulator but without guide i wont do it so if anyone can give me instruction i have a droid x.
Is it possible to remove an application programatically? If so, shall I look at the package manager for that or is there an example some place? When a package is installed, I believe there is a broadcast message to the system saying that. Is it possible to capture that broadcast message?
I have a HTC Hero and new to all this android stuff! i have this program i can see in the application managment bit called AddProgramActivity i think its responsibly for putting annoying little ads at the bottom of the screen when certain apps run. I also have an app called IM. If i go into the manage application bit and expand each app there is no option to uninstall or remove! how to i get rid of them?
How do I completely remove rather than rename unwanted apps? Specifically, what commands have to be entered into the shell? And where can I find a listing of the apps in rom? I am rooted and have some knowledge of adb and the android sdk. here are just a number of the apps I never will use, so I would prefer to free up memory.
I installed some apps via my root and they are bogging down my phone so I want to get rid of them but I'm not sure how to do so. I'm not talking about "pre-installed" apps. Ive pretty much avoided my poor droid like a plague because of this so..
Hey, guys I installed some apps via my root and they are bogging down my phone so I want to get rid of them but I'm not sure how to do so. I'm not talking about "pre-installed" apps. Ive pretty much avoided my poor droid like a plague because of this.
I am having some problems with my phone (LG Ally) and am considering returning it before my one month trial is up. Should I remove my apps prior to returning? I'm specifically concerned about PDAnet since Verizon prohibits tethering. Advice?
I'm up for a new phone to replace my hated BB Storm. I played with the DX and D2, ( still can't decide) in the store. What struck me was the amount of apps or widgets for things I'll never use cluttering the screens. Can these be removed or is this all linked to the OS? Is this what people are talking about in reference to installing ROMS? I understand that this is not yet possible on the Ds because of eFuse. I also understand it is being worked on.
Well i figured out how to uninstall apps. kind of. when i goto manage apps, there is a button for uninstall but i can't click it it's greyed out. it's the amazon mp3 app. it came with the phone. how to get rid of this? also how to you delete it. Uninstall and deleting are different things.
I'm no longer seeing an Intent Filter declared for the CropImage activity in the Eclair ... is there another way to re-use this activity? http://android.git.kernel.org/?p=platform/packages/apps/Camera.git;a=...
Ive had a look around various forums and cant seem to find an answer but is there a way, WITHOUT rooting, to remove preinstalled apps on the HTC Desire. Such as Facebook ,twitter, stocks, friendstream, footprints.
Is it possible to remove the pre installed apps from my legend,Apps such as peep / stocks / talk ect I simply wont use or will i? According to the manual you keep your finger on it until you get a red ring around it and then drag it to the bottom of the screen to the delete bin. Have tried this and it doesnt work? Help please and also what would people recommend to delete from the pre installed apps
I am having trouble removing apps. I go to "All apps", touch and hold on the app I want to delete until the front page comes up with the trash can saying remove. I drag it over top of it and let go. But then I go check, and it still shows up on the "All apps" page. What am I missing/doing wrong?
Rooted running LFY 1.7 and I am wondering how to remove a few apps that I dont need...Trying to remove stuff like car/home, corporate email, facebook, news and weather, twitter, etc...Do I need an app?
I was just wondering, can the Gmail and Messages stock applications be removed? I tried to do just that, but then a warning pops up saying "it can't be done". And I've tried the stock uninstaller and third party ones. And if it can be done what happens then? Any complications like... i dunno, deleting Gmail connection to my phone, or SMS network settings? I don't want either of that obviously. I use the stock Mail application for all my email accounts, so Gmail is plain redundant, and i also use Handcent SMS third party app for my SMS, which makes the messages stock app also redundant. I don't mind about the bit of space they take, but it's just annoying when i receive an email from Gmail, both apps activate and i get two notifications. And same thing happens with SMS too.
Would it be true to say that I can merely root my Desire to remove useless HTC apps and just continue booting the ROM that is originally on my Desire (Sense + Eclair 2.1)? The reason why I ask this is because most of the new Froyo ROMS have some sort of functionality lost one way or another. If I keep my original ROM this would mean everything works as it used to before I rooted right? If so, can I add the functionality of App2SD+ onto my stock ROM? (Without going up unofficial Froyo's)
I've read several places that you need to root in order to remove stock apps. However, when I was browsing through Astro tonight, I found the apps folder on the Evo, and when pulling up the apk of them with the App Manager, the uninstall button was available. I didn't click on it, because I wasn't sure if there would be any ramifications. Will I just get an error that says, I can't unistall it? Has anyone tried this?