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How do I uninstall Aurora from my Android device?

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I installed Aurora on my Android 2.3.6 mobile phone. It is not visible in "My Apps" in the Google Play Store. I keep getting prompted to update to the same version of the app over and over, so I want to remove it - however it doesn't show up in the list of installed apps. How can I remove it?

I installed Aurora on my Android 2.3.6 mobile phone. It is not visible in "My Apps" in the Google Play Store. I keep getting prompted to update to the same version of the app over and over, so I want to remove it - however it doesn't show up in the list of installed apps. How can I remove it?

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Hi,

If you go into Settings on your android phone (it is in the hardware menu button on v2.3) and then go to Applications > Manage Applications and then tap Aurora you will see an uninstall button. Thanks for helping to test Aurora, and sorry that it became so annoying!

Thanks, Michelle

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Hi,

If you go into Settings on your android phone (it is in the hardware menu button on v2.3) and then go to Applications > Manage Applications and then tap Aurora you will see an uninstall button. Thanks for helping to test Aurora, and sorry that it became so annoying!

Thanks, Michelle

Hi, If you go into Settings on your android phone (it is in the hardware menu button on v2.3) and then go to Applications > Manage Applications and then tap Aurora you will see an uninstall button. Thanks for helping to test Aurora, and sorry that it became so annoying! Thanks, Michelle
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Is it really installing to the same build over and over or rather a update?. The Aurora channel get updates whenever there are checkins and since checkins happen almost every day there is a update each day there are checkins. The Aurora channel no longer has the build ID date so it can seem like it is the same build each update.

Is it really installing to the same build over and over or rather a update?. The Aurora channel get updates whenever there are checkins and since checkins happen almost every day there is a update each day there are checkins. The Aurora channel no longer has the build ID date so it can seem like it is the same build each update.
pedrofsn 0 solutions 1 answers

I installed in my Galaxy Y and i can`t see the app to remove, in Manage Applications.

How is the folder of app? I`ve root acess and i can browse and delete.

I installed in my Galaxy Y and i can`t see the app to remove, in Manage Applications. How is the folder of app? I`ve root acess and i can browse and delete.

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That did it! I was trying to find Aurora through Google Play, and that was my problem - it was not showing up. I needed to find it through Settings->Applications->Manage applications, then it worked for me.

Thanks!

That did it! I was trying to find Aurora through Google Play, and that was my problem - it was not showing up. I needed to find it through Settings->Applications->Manage applications, then it worked for me. Thanks!