By now you would have read our previous articles on How to Install Apps on Android Powered Mobiles and also stumbled across 12 Free Android Apps That Will Blow Your Mind. If you have downloaded apps from the Android market and now have a whole bunch of apps you don’t have use for anymore, you can uninstall them. Remember, overloading your smartphone with apps will eat up your battery life and affect your phone’s performance too. So ensure that you remove apps that you no longer need, whenever you find the time. In this tutorial, learn how to remove applications from Android devices.
How to Remove Applications from Android Phones
One point to remember about removing applications from Android is that only apps that are downloaded onto the device can be removed.
1. Go to Settings.
2. Select Applications.
3. Select Manage Applications.
4. Select the application you want to uninstall or remove.
5. Select Uninstall.
6. Select OK to confirm un-installation. The application will be uninstalled.
7. Select OK to complete the un-installation process.
The steps will vary depending on the version of Android you are using. You can also use third party apps to remove applications, but I’ll cover that in another tutorial.