- 1 How do I delete apps from Play Store?
- 2 How do I permanently delete an app?
- 3 How do I delete an app that won’t uninstall?
- 4 Can you open my apps?
- 5 Why can’t I Uninstall an app?
- 6 How do I delete factory installed apps?
- 7 How do I permanently delete uninstalled apps on Android?
- 8 Does disabling apps free up space?
- 9 Where is the All apps button?
- 10 How do I open Settings app?
- 11 How do I see what apps are open?
How do I delete apps from Play Store?
Let’s check out how to uninstall the Google Play Store and reinstall it. How to Uninstall Google Play Store
- Open Settings on your phone or tablet.
- Go to Apps (App & notifications), and under All apps, tap on “Google Play Store.”
- Tap on the Disable button. A confirmation pop-up will appear. Confirm when asked.
How do I permanently delete an app?
How to permanently delete apps on an Android
- Press and hold the app you want to remove.
- Your phone will vibrate once, granting you access to move the app around the screen.
- Drag the app to the top of the screen where it says “Uninstall.”
- Once it turns red, remove your finger from the app to delete it.
How do I delete an app that won’t uninstall?
- Long press the app in your app list.
- Tap app info. This will bring you to a screen that displays information about the app.
- The uninstall option may be grayed out. Select disable.
Can you open my apps?
On your Android phone, open the Google Play store app and tap the menu button (three lines). In the menu, tap My apps & games to see a list of apps currently installed on your device. (You can also get here by going to the Google Play store and clicking Apps > My apps.)
Why can’t I Uninstall an app?
You installed the app from the Google Play Store, so the uninstall process should be a simple matter of going into Settings | Apps, locating the app, and tapping Uninstall. But sometimes, that Uninstall button is grayed out. If that’s the case, you can’t uninstall the app until you’ ve removed those privileges.
How do I delete factory installed apps?
Uninstall Apps Through The Google Play Store
- Open the Google Play Store and open the menu.
- Tap My Apps & Games and then Installed. This will open a menu of apps installed in your phone.
- Tap the app you want to remove and it will take you to that app’s page on the Google Play Store.
- Tap Uninstall.
How do I permanently delete uninstalled apps on Android?
The tried-and-true method for deleting apps from your Android phone or tablet is simple: Long-press on the app’s icon until the app shortcut’s popup shows up. You’ll either see an “i” button or see App Info; tap it. Next, select Uninstall. It’s simple and works on every Android device I’ve ever used.
Does disabling apps free up space?
On an Android, you can disable ones that can’t be deleted – such as all the bloatware your phone came with. Disabling an app forces it to take up the absolute minimum amount of storage space, and it won’t generate any more app data.
The place where you find all apps installed on your Android phone is the Apps drawer. Even though you can find launcher icons (app shortcuts) on the Home screen, the Apps drawer is where you need to go to find everything. To view the Apps drawer, tap the Apps icon on the Home screen.
How do I open Settings app?
On your Home screen, swipe up or tap on the All apps button, which is available on most Android smartphones, to access the All Apps screen. Once you’re on the All Apps screen, find the Settings app and tap on it. Its icon looks like a cogwheel. This opens the Android Settings menu.
How do I see what apps are open?
Find & open apps
- Swipe up from the bottom of your screen to the top. If you get All Apps, tap it.
- Tap the app that you want to open.