How to Remove Apps from HTC One/Desire/Wildfire?

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An HTC phone is always having a finite amount of memory space for you to store many applications you like. But so many application will occupy much space in your HTC phone and when the memory has been taken up, there is no longer possible to install new applications and other new files any more. One solution to solve this problem is deleting applications from your HTC phone, especially those you no longer use to make room for your new files.

Removing apps from an HTC phone is quite smooth by pressing the "Delete" key. But actually you can't remove the downloaded applications permanently from the phone because simple deletion is unable to remove these apps veritably. To completely delete HTC phone apps, you have to use a third-party tool like Samsung Messages Backup, to uninstall all apps from HTC One, HTC Desire HD, HTC Hero, HTC Wildfire, etc.

With this Android Assistant, you can also download and manage apps, transfer photos, videos, music, contacts, text messages and more between Android and computer. Just explore more by yourself.

How to Use the HTC App Eraser to Delete Apps on HTC Phone?

Step 1. Connect HTC phone to computer

Launch the HTC apps eraser on your computer and connect your HTC mobile phone to the computer through USB data cable. The program will detect the phone and show it in the primary window like the picture below shows.

Step 2. Delete apps from HTC phone in 1 click

Go to the top menu and click the "Apps" option, you will see a list of installed apps on your HTC phone in the below. To remove apps from your HTC phone, you can choose the apps you want to delete and click the"Uninstall" button to delete them from your HTC mobile phone completely and instantly.

Android Assistant allows you to download and install application on your HTC phone by clicking the "Install" button.

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Charlotte Smith, an accomplished editor in the dynamic landscape of mobile technology, has distinguished herself with her abundant experience and skills for iPhone, OnePlus, Sony, Vivo, Motorola, ZTE, Huawei, etc. Help readers and users solve the problems in iPhone Transfer and Mobile Data Management. Her proficiency extends beyond mere functionality, delving into the nuances of each brand with precision and clarity.