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You can use alternative application managers available from the Play store, or even Titanium Backup if you are rooted.

secondly if you are rooted,

  1. Download any root explorer,
  2. Navigate to /system/app/ or sometimes /system/priv-app/ and manually uninstall by deleting the packages (you may need to delete files from android folder manually eg. obb files)
  3. Reboot and you are done (optional)

If none of the above works,

  1. Do a backup of apps and data using a backup manager (Recommended: HeliumHelium for non root users, Titanium BackupTitanium Backup for root users)
  2. factory reset the phone, and delete '.androidsecure' and 'Android' folder from external memory if exists.

Voila! you are done!

You can use alternative application managers available from the Play store.

secondly if you are rooted,

  1. Download any root explorer,
  2. Navigate to /system/app/ or sometimes /system/priv-app/ and manually uninstall by deleting the packages (you may need to delete files from android folder manually eg. obb files)
  3. Reboot and you are done (optional)

If none of the above works,

  1. Do a backup of apps and data using a backup manager (Recommended: Helium for non root users, Titanium Backup for root users)
  2. factory reset the phone, and delete '.androidsecure' and 'Android' folder from external memory if exists.

Voila! you are done!

You can use alternative application managers available from the Play store, or even Titanium Backup if you are rooted.

secondly if you are rooted,

  1. Download any root explorer,
  2. Navigate to /system/app/ or sometimes /system/priv-app/ and manually uninstall by deleting the packages (you may need to delete files from android folder manually eg. obb files)
  3. Reboot and you are done (optional)

If none of the above works,

  1. Do a backup of apps and data using a backup manager (Recommended: Helium for non root users, Titanium Backup for root users)
  2. factory reset the phone, and delete '.androidsecure' and 'Android' folder from external memory if exists.

Voila! you are done!

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CrossBones
  • 503
  • 4
  • 9
  • 22

You can use alternative application managers available from the Play store.

secondly if you are rooted,

  1. Download any root explorer,
  2. Navigate to /system/app/ or sometimes /system/priv-app/ and manually uninstall by deleting the packages (you may need to delete files from android folder manually eg. obb files)
  3. Reboot and you are done (optional)

If none of the above works,

  1. Do a backup of apps and data using a backup manager (Recommended: Helium for non root users, Titanium Backup for root users)
  2. factory reset the phone, and delete '.androidsecure' and 'Android' folder from external memory if exists.

Voila! you are done!