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How to Uninstall Software updates only?

Mar 23, 2018 6:09AM PDT

I am using Samsung Galaxy J5. My phone internal apps are updated automatically and there is a no option for uninstalling updates only to restore the previous version. There is any other option to uninstall updates only??

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Nope.
Mar 23, 2018 8:13AM PDT

I have yet to see Android offer a way to restore to a previous version. For INTERNAL apps it's pretty much all or nothing. That is, I see that I can disable the app and uninstall updates but nothing has ever been offered to control which version to roll back to.

There are a lot of reasons why this is and would take too many paragraphs to cover why. Let's just say that you may want to try a replacement app for the apps you don't like.

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Thank you
Apr 5, 2018 11:56PM PDT

Okay. Because It's already near to end of the internal memory. So that. Thank you for your response.

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For that
Apr 6, 2018 9:45AM PDT

There are long to too long discussions. In recent years I find that most Androids let me disable the app and eject/remove updates.

As to internal space, one has to be a ninja to battle this. This is partly why if the owner is not into Android I move my internal space requirement to 16GB and higher.

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