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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Uninstall Application using Three Easy Ways

Yes, it is undeniable when we use the Samsung Galaxy SIII we can do a lot of interesting and useful things. Sometimes, it was also make us install a wide range of applications on the phone which will make it feels crowded, you might even find a little space available on your home screen because all the space has been filled by your app icons. If so, then you may need to remove some of them.

See also: How to Add and Delete the App or Widgets on Samsung Galaxy S3 Home screen

But, if you want to uninstall some applications that are not too important or very seldom you use, it's also a pretty good idea. Unistall unused applications will be able to free up memory. More free memory means more better performance.

See also: 10 Tips to Optimize the Performance of the Samsung Galaxy S3

How to Uninstall apps?
Taken from the site, there are 3 ways that you can use to uninstall the app you want. They are:

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  1. Go to Apps through the Home screen.
  2. Click the small button on the left corner.
  3. After that, the menu screen will open up.
  4. Select Uninstall
  5. Here you can select the application you want to uninstall.
  6. Once you choose one, you will be prompted to confirm the uninstall app.
  7. Click the OK button to uninstall.
  8. Wait until its process is complete.
  9. Done. You have successfully uninstalled the app you want.


  1. Through Home screen select Apps-> Settings-> Application Manager.
  2. Here, you can choose which applications you will uninstall.
  3. After you choose one, press on Uninstall.
  4. You will be asked for confirmation to continue the uninstall process.
  5. Click OK.
  6. Wait until the uninstall process is complete.
  7. Done. You have successfully uninstalled the app you want.


  1. Through Home screen select Apps-> Play Store.
  2. From the menu choose "My Apps".
  3. Here, you can choose which applications you will uninstall.
  4. After you choose one, press on Uninstall.
  5. You will be asked for confirmation to continue the uninstall process.
  6. Click OK.
  7. Wait until the uninstall process is complete.
  8. Done. You have successfully uninstalled the app you want.

Well, it's 3 easy ways that you can use one of them to uninstall the application on your Samsung Galaxy SIII. Very easy, right? But, for the record you can only uninstall applications that downloaded and installed by yourself, means you can not uninstall pre-installed applications on your phone such as a clock or weather. I hope this article useful for you. So, give me your feedback through the comments below :)


  1. after uninstall it is not showing more space on the device instead it showing less than b4. anybody know about it?

  2. Thanks for write me a nice comment.
    After i read on any forum to search a relevant solution to your issue, then I can conclude a few points for you:
    1. You should first delete the cache and the data of the app before you uninstall it because most developers do not always clean up after their apps.
    2. The OS also takes up a little bit space and it was not reported as used space.
    3. Whenever you install the app, this also includes the hidden files and folders. So, you may want to try to use a third-party app such as ES File manager that will be able to report the actual space on your phone and will also allow you to remove hidden files and folders. You can get if free through Play Store.

    So, hope this short answer will help you :)

  3. how about doing multiple app deletions at the same time....

    one click at a time is far to time consuming. I'm thinking of just wiping the phone clean and starting over.... back to days of dos operating system

    1. Hi Andy Klicka,
      Thanks for coming.
      Unfortunately, till now I still can't figure out how to delete multiple apps at once. If you know the methods, I'll really appreciate if you willing to share them here :)


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