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How to remove apps from "All apps you've installed" list?


Sunday 25th of March 2012 / androidforums.com
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
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4.0 ice cream sandwich - How to remove words from the predictive dictionary in HTC Sense


Sunday 17th of June 2012 / android.stackexchange.com
I have a case of irritating typos such as yoi rather than you etc. being selected by the otherwise excellent prediction, I must have accidentally taught the phone it in the past. I had previously been able to remove them from the dictionary as described in this answer back on android 2.3 however surprise surprise this menu pathway doesn't exist on HTCs version of 4.0 cupcake. I'm really hoping this isn't going to be another case of HTC quietly hiding features from their menus.In the language and keyboard settings page, where I believe it was previously, it's not under the options button of spelling correction or the regionalisation button of TouchInput correction. Does anyone know where this has been moved to?
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Featured: Google Play Store v3.9.16 Now Available, Features Ability to Remove Apps from the All Apps List


Thursday 11th of October 2012 / androidheadlines.com
Here we go with a new version of the Google Play Store. By now you should know the drill. Google pushes a new version of the Google Play Store, someone grabs it and uploads it and it get’s spread around the Android world. That’s no different this time. This version of the Google Play Store is an update from the 3.8.17 which hit back in August.So you ask what’s new? Well from first glance, the biggest new feature is the ability to remove apps from the “All Apps” list. Which if you’re like those of us who write for Android Headlines, you probably have a few hundred or even thousand apps in that list. Many of which you probably don’t use anymore. Well now you can delete them very easily. Android Police has uploaded some screenshots of this feature and they are below for you. It also appears that the icon that pops up in the notification bar when downloading a newapp or update has also changed.Android Police has also shared something that’s interesting (well to me at least). Which is the size of the past few updates to the Google Play Store
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I have tried to remove apps from my phone using themethods


Sunday 22nd of July 2012 / justanswer.com
I have tried to remove apps from my phone using themethods described in the user manual, neither work.Already Tried: Using the methods described in the user manual
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how to remove pictures from my incredible 2 - i just found


Monday 30th of April 2012 / justanswer.com
how to remove pictures from my incredible 2 - i just found I have 543 pictures!Already Tried: Went into camera - no obvious way to delete. cant find a picture folder. Only way I found to access pictures is when I want to add as an attachment to a message.
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How to Remove Bloatware from your Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000


Tuesday 10th of April 2012 / androidheadlines.com
Don’t you just hate the padding that phone manufacturers and some service providers inject into your phone? We’re talking about the bloatware that you may not ever have use for, taking up space and slowing down performance.If you’ve ever itched to remove them, either because you simply can’t use them, can’t imagine yourself using them in the future, or find them an eyesore, XDA Developers member goddamnit brings us a way to selectively remove pre-included apps and other bloatware from the international version of the Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000. Why keep an app around on your Galaxy Note when you can’t use it, right? Rather than letting th…Continue Reading HereHow to Remove Bloatware from your Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000Carl Parker – androidauthority.com
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Is there any way to remove pre-installed app icons from the drawers?


Thursday 24th of December 2009 / forums.androidcentral.com
Hello its my first post since I register this forum...I have a question regarding pre-installed apps such as Gmail and Camera, Camcorder and so. Is there any way to remove it from the drawer? Because of the Drawer is always alphabetical order and I wish I dont want to see Camera and Camcorder icons front for I am not use it at all. Is there any way or apps does that kind of things- without rooting the device? I am using T-Mobile (USA) Mytouch 3g with 1.6 donut. thank you guys!
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Flappy Bird creator to remove game from app store, cites frustrations, pressures


Saturday 08th of February 2014 / feedproxy.google.com
Flappy Bird, an Android and iOS application that took the gaming-world by storm over the past couple of weeks, will reportedly be shut down and removed from app stores by tomorrow, according to the app’s developer.Flappy Bird developer Dong Nguyen (known on Twitter as @dongatory) revealed his plans for the app earlier today:“I am sorry ‘Flappy Bird’ users, 22 hours from now, I will take ‘Flappy Bird’ down. I cannot take this anymore.”Nguyen’s Twitter feed includes other tweets explaining his frustration with what he’s been dealing with since his app came into the public eye.The game (and Nguyen) have been taking a lot of heat over the past few weeks, mostly because of controversy and allegations that Nguyen had been stealing art for his benefit, and that the game was extremely similar to many other popular “helicopter-style” applications.Nonetheless, the app has reportedly been receiving around $50,000 in ad revenue each day— a number that likely would have continued to increase if Nguyen hadn’t decided to pull the app.Som
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"Flappy Bird - no ads" on Samsung App Store...Malicious?


Tuesday 25th of February 2014 / forums.androidcentral.com
I was scrolling thru the Samsung App Store and came across a version of Flappy Bird. After all the recent hype about this things removal I wondered if it could be a spy ware type thing. You know, now if I go on my banks site or app, would it store and send out my personal info? I thought I read about this happening, but also remember reading that these games were all removed. So I'm wondering about the Samsung version...probably best to stay away, huh? This ones called "Flappy Bird - no ads".
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Flappy Bird dev confirms hit game will make a return to app stores


Wednesday 19th of March 2014 / androidforums.com
We know it’s been keeping you up at night. Ever since Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen removed his smash hit game from both iOS and Android app stores, there’s been a void in our smartphones that can’t be filled. But worry no longer, Nguyen has officially confirmed via his Twitter account that the game will, […]More...
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