Installing new apps is one of the best ways to get the most out of your Samsung Galaxy On5 and there is a huge selection of options that you can choose from. Plus, many of these apps are free, so you can download, install, and try them without using much except for some time and some storage space.
But as you try more and more apps, you might find that your storage space is getting very full. Fortunately you can remove some of the apps on your Galaxy On5 by uninstalling them. Our tutorial below will show you the process to follow if you wish to uninstall an app from your device.
Deleting an App on the Galaxy On5
The steps in this article are specifically meant for deleting a third-party app that you have installed on your Galaxy On5. This will also delete any data that is associated with that app. If you decide later that you wish to use the app again, then you will need to re-download it from the Play Store.
Step 1: Tap the Apps icon.
Step 2: Tap the Settings icon.
Step 3: Scroll down and select the Applications option.
Step 4: Select the Application Manager option at the top of the screen.
Step 5: Select the application that you wish to remove from your Galaxy On5.
Step 6: Tap the Uninstall button.
Step 7: Tap the OK button to confirm that you wish to uninstall the app.
Now that you know how to uninstall an app on the Samsung Galaxy On5, you can use this method to free up some storage space on the device.
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