I am trying to uninstall Facebook for Android. I have tried several ways in doing this and each time is says uninstall not successful. How do I uninstall it? Should I delete it using Titanium Backup? If I do this, can I re-install it through the market place at a later date if I wanted to?
I installed Facebook for Android the other day. The update seemed to wreak havoc on my phone so I uninstalled the update. I can't, however, seem to uninstall the Facebook for Android. I just want to go back to Facebook for HTC Sense, since my phone was problem-free before I installed the Android version.
I tried "Manage Applications" and AppBrain. Neither will let me uninstall.
You'll need 1. Ninjamorph from the market. 2. GIMP 2.0 (or other photo editor)
How To 1.Use ninja morph to browse (New Project) through system/app on your phone 2.Find (parsay) Yourfile.apk, and click on it. 3.After its done exit ninja morph and plug in your phone to the computer browse your sd to AndroidThemes and copy workspace to you desktop 4. Open (choice) photo editor and go through the image files changing them however you want. 5. Copy workspace from computer back into the AndroidThemes and overwrite. 6. Go to ninja morph and choose finish project (it will make a back up of the original.)
i have a samsung epic and im trying sync my contacts with facebook. i was told to uninstall the facebook app and reinstall the newest facebook app. i tryed going to manage applications in the settings but the facebook app isnt in there, so how do i find it so i can uninstall it?
I updated my Galaxy S to froyo (2.2) from the Samsung official website.I've managed to install skype and login, Everything worked fine. But the battery was draining the whole time, So i uninstalled it.It got uninstalled, But now i cant install it again.I may have uninstalled while skype was on.
I'm having trouble with the drivers, just like many others. Now, when trying to uninstall so I can reinstall, I get: Unknown install error. Contact to distributors. Then when I click OK, I get: Fatal error during install.
If an apk were copied to /data/app, android would install it automatically; and if an apk were deleted from /data/app, android would uninstall it automatically. How does android implement this? with i notify? where is the related codes?
I read sometimes in comments of applications that people can't uninstall the app. Has anyone come across this issue before? I have yet to have this problem but should I steer clear of people complaining about apps not uninstalling?
I'm sure this isn't news to any of you veterans, but this is my first android device so please bare with me. I'm using the facebook app and have noticed that neither the app itself or the widget show the actual facebook live feed or provide a way to access it....
Of course my next thought was "well what if I just use the facebook page in a browser window". Turns out that's not as simple as I thought! Apparently facebook not only has a mobile page, it also has a "touch" page that it likes to route you to. Neither the mobile or the touch facebook pages have a way to access the live feed either....
I recently installed one of Chevy's low voltage kernels a few days ago and have since experience extremely laggy performance, random reboots, and terrible battery life compare to what I used to get before I installed it. And most of that stuff has been happening even when I have it maxed at 550. How do I go about uninstalling this kernel?
Really enjoying the new Droid X so far (my first smartphone), but I'm trying to figure out how to get rid of all this horrible bloatware. I cannot even see the apps to uninstall through the settings on the phone, and trying to uninstall them through appbrain just gives an uninstall error. Anyone know if it's possible to remove them?
I downloaded CPU Tuner yesterday for my EVO, anytime I overclocked it, my phone would keep rebooting to the point I had to do a battery pull and restore another ROM image! So I decided to uninstall it. Went to applications <manage applications<cpu tuner<uninstall. Said it was uninstalled successfully, rebooted my phone and it was still there! Now when I go to manage my applications to uninstall, it's no longer on the list! How do I get it off my phone?
Ok so I've got smoked glass 6.0.1 running great on my phone but I'm one of the many that are having problem with google maps. I opted to uninstall after installing the rom but I don't know how to do it. I've searched everywhere and they all say just go to manage apps and uninstall from there. I don't have the option to do it from there!...I then saw that you can try filtering and choosing one of the com.google......things that are listed but I don't have the one for maps. Lastly, I saw somewhere using adb shell does the job but I have NO IDEA how to do that.
Im new to rooting and I really have no clue what im doing for the most part but I rooted using easy root the other day mainly because I wanted the wifi tethering...
Well after rooting with easy root I noticed it gives you some apps to check out now that your rooted...busy box being one of them...so I did it not knowing what it was.
Now I've realized I have no need for it but I know it installed itself into my bin and some other places I think...just wanting to know what is the proper way to get rid of all things busy box after running install?
I am currently running UD8 with the Watermarked theme on top. I like the theme, but want to go back to the stock UD8, because I like LauncherPro and LP and Watermarked don't exactly match in design. Can I just re-install UD8 on top of what I already have without clearing data/cache, or should I do a complete data/cache wipe before re-installing UD8? Or is there another way to remove a theme that I don't know about?