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Try this way: Connect device via ADB Go to ADB shell adb shell Find your target app by listing all the apps pm list packages Remove app like this pm uninstall -k --user 0 com.android.inputdevices


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I'm almost a year late, but I've also recently noticed TopBuzz appearing on that Device Maintenance screen as well, starting a few days after I installed TikTok, about a month ago. Finally guessing at a connection between the two, I did a bit of Googling to discover that TopBuzz and TikTok are both products of the Chinese company, ByteDance (which seems very ...


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The simplest answer is you can't check if they have changed your hardware or not with comparing build numbers. But the easiest way if something is changed or not will come up in an app called CPU-Z it show all the software and hardware informations that the device has. I recommend everyone to give it a try before buying a device because it helps too much. I ...


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