How To Remove | Uninstall Android apps from your smart mobile
Friday 13th of July 2012
Why write this Tutorials？Android platform is the fastest growing. More and more people use Android platform！So how to Uninstall Android apps from your smart mobile is Important ！How to Remove Applications that you no longer want？you can uninstall it by following these steps:1.Open your smart mobile Android Menu.2.Navigate to the Settings icon and select Applications. [Settings > Applications > ]3.Nex stept, click on Manage. [Settings > Applications > Manage applications]4.You will see a list of applications you have installed on your android mobile.5.Select the application you’d like to uninstall6.Tap “Uninstall.”Remove an app that you did not downloadSome Apps that come pre-installed on your android phone are known as system apps. Such as google Talk and Google Maps.Them cannot be uninstalled because they are part of the version of the Android operating system running on your device.Ohter way to Uninstall android appYou can also use ES File Explorer to uninstall the application you’d like to uninstall! [ Download ]
How to remove Rogers default apps
Monday 16th of July 2012
Does anyone know how to remove Rogers default apps? Their visual voicemail app is driving me nuts. Every time I connect to wifi, I get a notification that the visual voicemail app does not work over wifi. I want to remove all their junk apps from the phone. Any help will be appreciated.
How to get the most battery life out of your Android Phone
Wednesday 21st of November 2012
A little over a year ago, we did an article on how to squeeze some extra battery life out of your phone. Most of those tips still apply, but Android has changed a lot since mid-2011, and I’m sure everybody could use a few extra tips on how to get your phone to last a few hours longer. A few of these things are simple, and have already been in past articles, but there’s a few tricks that most people don’t think about when they’re trying to conserve battery life. We’ll start with the basics and move up into the more complex things you can do to keep your device alive.1. Pay attention to your screen.The screen is the biggest culprit of battery drain. With newer screens pushing 1080p resolution, it takes a lot of juice to power those displays. You can’t remove pixels from your screen, obviously, so you’re going to want to pay attention to your brightness and your screen timeout. The brighter the screen, the more power it’s going to pull, so you’re going to want to keep that as low as you can stand it. Dim screens aren’t good fo
How to remove apps from "All apps you've installed" list?
Sunday 25th of March 2012
Hello How to remove apps from "All apps you've installed" list? I have downloaded apps that I have removed later on from my galaxy s II. Yet, now it's showing in both the device and in https://play.google.com/apps when I log in as "All apps you've installed." Please, tell me if there's any way I can delete this. Thank you
How to remove sim card wx345
Saturday 28th of April 2012
How to remove sim card wx345Already Tried: I removed the battery but do not want to break sim card when I remove the sim card
How to remove voicemail icon..it is stuck so it seems like
Monday 09th of April 2012
How to remove voicemail icon..it is stuck so it seems like there is always a voicemail noticeAlready Tried: Rebooting...deleting all saved and current voicemails..removing and reinstalling SIM and battery then rebooting again...waiting a day then going through the same process again...icon is still there...when allother notifications are cleared it clears but returns within 60 seconds..
How to Remove Battery Cover
Friday 12th of March 2010
I just got the Droid. The screen quit working, so I am trying to do a battery pull to see if that resets it.The problem is, I can't figure out how to get the friggin battery cover off I am trying to do what the recommend here:Battery Inserting / Removing - Motorola Droid (A855)But it will not come loose/off.Any suggestions?
How to remove battery door?
Tuesday 08th of June 2010
Can someone please tell me how to remove the battery door?
Droid 4 teardown shows how to remove that non-removable battery
Monday 13th of February 2012
A high-profile smartphone launch isn't complete without the obligatory teardown, wherein people far braver than us take screwdrivers, spudgers and even theirbare hands to new devices. The latest phone to get the teardown treatment is the Droid 4, and today the guys atiFixithave cracked open Motorola's latest slider, revealing the usual assortment of PCB, plastic, metal and screws. The most interesting part of the teardown focuses on the Droid 4's troublesome non-removable battery. The teardown process revealed that in addition to a warning sticker…Continue Reading HereDroid 4 teardown shows how to remove that non-removable batteryAlex Dobie – androidcentral.com
How to remove Power Management tips and notifications?
Friday 20th of February 2015
Annoying "Activate Stamina mode" notification appears every couple of days on my Xperia Z2. I went to Settings>Apps, found the Stamina app and unchecked the notifications tab. However, it keeps appearing. Restarted the phone, still nothing. Anyway how to remove it? I read about Titanium Backup and Turn Off Notifications apps, but I can't use them, since my phone is not rooted. Any suggestions? Thank you.