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If you see a button labeled "uninstall updates", that's a system app which you cannot remove without root powers. User-installed apps never have that "uninstall updates" button, for a simple technical reason: a "system app" has its original .apk file installed on the /system partition, which is mounted read-only. If it receives an update, it thus cannot ...


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I don't beleive so. Drive (I beleive), along with Gmail, Maps, etc is a required app that Samsung must include with their phones, and it can't be uninstalled - at least not easily without the likes of rooting.


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Have you tried this link? https://support.viber.com/customer/portal/articles/2443290#.V4GpK3UrLQo it has instructions on how to do it.


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I'm using Huawei Mate8 too, what you need to do for deleting information is to perform a "factory reset" of the device and then all of your phone data will be deleted from your Huawei Phone. I would like to recommend encrypting your device before you are getting ready to wipe it. The encryption process will scramble the data on your device and, even if the ...



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