Android troubleshooting may sometimes require dealing with a particular app that’s misbehaving. If you have a bad app on your Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019), one of the ways to troubleshoot it is to clear or delete its updates. This is often a less known way to fix an app problem so not a lot of people know how to do it. This guide will help you with the steps.
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How to delete app updates on Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019) | uninstall updates of an app
To delete app updates on a Galaxy Tab A is simple. The steps are basically similar to ones for clearing an app cache or data. If you need to bring a particular app to its factory state, this is one way to do it. Follow the steps below.
- From a Home screen, swipe up or down from the center of the display to access the Apps screen.
- Open Settings app.
- Tap Apps.
- Ensure All is selected (upper-left). If necessary, tap the Dropdown icon (upper-left) then select All.
- Locate then select the appropriate app. If system apps aren’t visible, tap the Menu icon (upper-right) then select Show system apps. You need to do this step if you’re trying to trouble a system app like Google Services Framework. Otherwise, simply skip Show system apps.
- In the App info menu, tap More settings icon (three dots at the upper right).
- Tap Uninstall updates.
- Tap OK to confirm.
- That’s it!
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