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Added: After more searching, I found How to remove the Google Search bar from your Android homescreen indicating you have these options: Disabling Google Now, which is not recommended on the Nexus 5 as it might soft-brick your device Install custom launcher, which you don't really want to do Using Xposed framework (root required), which doesn't seem to ...


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You can unistall google search (I mean the blue icon) to solve the problem.


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The apps made by OEM are specific to their devices and ROMs. The apps may depend upon external libraries that the phones don't have.. Anyone having a device made by those OEMs should be able to upload the APK of their launcher, so why it is not possible to install them? As an example, see How to download and install Samsung TouchWiz launcher any Android ...


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Since your device has been factory reset, you should go through the set up steps which will prompt you to sign in with your Google account. Once you are successfully signed in, you will be able to install a launcher from the Google Play Store from your PC, and this will prompt the application to be installed on your device. If the launcher doesn't get ...


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Hope your device is connected to your google account. if so you can install you can install third-party launcher from play store from any system you have access to. just login on web using same google account and it will display your device when you try to install an app from play store. you may additionally like to install something like quick setting.


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Samsung S4 - None of these answers worked for me. However, I went to app manager in settings. Tapped on the hidden button in the lower left corner of my screen (in the black area) and tapped on "Uninstall Multiple". Then tapped the box next to the Hola (whole lotta shit!) application and was able to uninstall it. This one was a pain in the ass to ...


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Go to Settings -> Home. If there is any non launcher app (E.g. Times Job), then remove it and select the launcher you want as default. That might solve the problem.


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I experienced the same problem with Cyanogenmod 11 and was quite disappointed that this was Cyanogemod 11's official app launcher. Icons of apps installed on SD kept disappearing after each reboot. The only solution that worked for me was to install Google Now which installs it's own app launcher that has all the modern features and works flawlessly. ...



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