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How to uninstall apps from the Samsung Galaxy Gear

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By Jared DiPane on 24 Jan 2014 02:23 pm

So you went a bit crazy and installed a whole bunch of stuff on your Samsung Galaxy Gear that you no longer want? Well have no fear, whether the application didn't work as intended or you simply no longer need it on your device, removing it is just as easy as putting it on there.

For removing the applications you will first want to launch the Gear Manager application from your phone. Once the application is loaded up head to the My Apps section for a list of what is installed. From here you will want to navigate the pages, Favorites, Installed Apps, and Featured to see where the application you wish to remove is located. 

In the top right corner there will be a trash can, clicking this will show you the applications which are able to be removed from the device. After seeing the apps that can be removed all you have to do is tap on the app you want to uninstall.

With just a few simple taps the application is gone and that's that.

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How to uninstall apps from the Samsung Galaxy Gear

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By means of plain English: It's nice when the Chief goes and interacts with the users. And I apologize for not seeing the cookoo review earlier. And I'm serious.

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Using a usb cable and your computer with ADB, install apex launcher and any other apps you want to side load if you have the apks and you can drag them up to uninstall. No rooting or changing roms involved. Galaxy Gear has proper android so you can really do whatever you want. I love it. Since the stock rom doesnt have internet but instead only uses bluetooth tethering, aps that need internet wont work...but plenty of apps and games don't require internet to run. If you use the null rom then you can do whatever you want lol but I like the stock rom just fine. I love my GG.

dude you should tell people that dont know that they should, to make the most of their gear, that the first things they install should be; an uninstaller, a file explorer, and a memory booster. all small files and wont take much space. after that put stuff on and delete it with ease. check into folders, see how your memory works etc....

dude you should tell people that dont know that they should, to make the most of their gear, that the first things they install should be; an uninstaller, a file explorer, and a memory booster. all small files and wont take much space. after that put stuff on and delete it with ease. check into folders, see how your memory works etc....because you cant delete side loaded apps from the gear manager and honestly there are not a "bunch of apps" from samsung or the play store anyways. its almost like they knew if you were going to buy one you would learn how to use it correctly.