Uninstalling apps


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  1. DCFC79

    DCFC79 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    OK first thing first the desire is good bit of kit, better than i expected. Is there an app that i could use to uninstall apps/widgets, ive tried going to menu-settings-applications-manage but it just freezes and doesnt do anything but that might be because i have a load of apps/widgets installed.

    Scrap that its now loaded up fine
     

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  2. lekky

    lekky Lover VIP Member

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    I use app monster, just click to uninstall.
     
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    DCFC79 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    thanks lekky
     
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    rtb35 Well-Known Member

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    or you can uninstall from the android market,just select downloads,click on the app you want to uninstall then click uninstall.
     
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    DCFC79 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    yes i know that but im at work its hard to do due to lack of 3g signal, should have done it last night but only got the low memory message this morning
     
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    snowmobile Well-Known Member

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    Astro and appbrain will do this as well. Astro is good because you can back up to sd first then if you change your mind you can reinstall the app from the sd card without a data connection.
     
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    Jammy Well-Known Member

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    A battery pull may solve your issue.
     
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    zoidy84 Well-Known Member

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    appbrain is brilliant, i highly recommend this.

    It basically comes in two parts, one is web based where you create an account/use your google account to auto sign in; the second is an app called "appbrain" that you can search on the market.

    Once you have both you can use the either the web based account or the app to search the market and manage your apps. If you use the web based one you can create lists and queue apps to download and install. You then simply use the appbrain app on your android to 'sync' the two.

    To uninstall you go in either of them and simply highlight the app you want removed and uninstall it! It also manages your updates too!!

    Totally free by the way!
     

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