I'm developing a game from Unity for Android, I created the first version, uploaded the APK to the phone, tap it, installed, nice.

Now I have a new build, if I do the same, it won't install because the app is already installed.

How do I completely remove the app? If I long press and drop into the bin, it does nothing. The app does not appear under "My Apps" in Google Play Store.

Using Android 4.1.2 and Samsung Galaxy S2.

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It won't be shown in Google Play Store because you have not uploaded it to the store. To uninstall the app go to

Settings -> Apps -> find your app -> Uninstall

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    Also, if you have root access, you can manually delete it from terminal. Or you ca use command adb uninstall <package_name> to uninstall a package. Guide to use adb shell to uninstall package: stackoverflow.com/a/18756111/3127685
    – Roh_mish
    Commented Nov 6, 2015 at 12:43
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    where should it be installed? I did not find it
    – javirs
    Commented Nov 6, 2015 at 13:18

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