Can not uninstall AirDroid v2.0 (01-28) beta

Wed Mar 13, 2013 1:59 am in AirDroid Web

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ChristianL
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Can not uninstall AirDroid v2.0 (01-28) beta

I can not uninstall AirDroid version 2.0 (01-28) beta.

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When I go to Apps - Settings - Application Manager,
both the Force Stop and Uninstall buttons are greyed out.

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If I go to Apps, then choose Uninstall from the menu,
it seems as if AirDroid is possible to uninstall..

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..I even get the warning box that AirDroid will be uninstalled,
but when I click OK, nothing happens at all.


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Lastly, in my Google Play account, I can not see AirDroid among the installed applications.
Instead, it is listed among those that I have uninstalled.

I don't know any other ways to try to uninstall an app.

I was thinking that I maybe should try to just install AirDroid (version 1.x I guess?)
by clicking the Install button on the AirDroid entry in the "Other apps in my library" section of Google Play
- and hope that this would revert AirDroid v2 beta back to AirDroid v1.x,
and that it would be possible to uninstall this AirDroid v1.x..?

But I thought I should try to ask you people first..
- do you know what I should do to uninstall the AirDroid v2.0 (01-28) beta?
ChristianL
KathrynMc
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I had this issue too. Start airdroid and find its settings in the top right corner. Among the options is the uninstall option. Voila!
KathrynMc
consultkrish
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thank you soooooooo much. I could not be LESS happy with AirDroid2 and I'm so glad to now have it OFF my phone.
consultkrish
BarrettBe
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i have a problem were aidroid crashes instantly when it starts. So i cant get to the menu to uninstall it or anything.
Wont work with app-killer either. Really annoying since it ask for pin code each time screen goes black.
Any thoughts?

Edit: restarted phone. Works now
BarrettBe
wjbuytaert
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Woow.. so Uninstall is located under "Settings".. ~X(
Thank you very much, theediot! =D>

However, for some reason, I didn't get a notification from this forum when you posted.
I didn't get one before LAM posted his comment yesterday.

So I have now already got the update to the final AirDroid 2.0 (AirDroid 2.0-50) (2013-04-26).
And this version seems to actually do the thing I wanted;
to let me connect through directly to my LAN through WiFi.

The web.airdroid.com link with the QR code etc just gives me a "configuration file could not be loaded" message, however, this may be because I didn't want to "Sign in" on the phone.

Anyway, by typing the local IP address of my phone and then :8888, it finally works 100%.
It says it's connected in "Lite mode" - I guess it means that I'm "missing out" on some of the new stuff in 2.0;

1. Device-free (lab). Sign in on the web and AirDroid will launch automatically on the device, even when it’s not nearby.
2. Same-network-free. No more same WiFi network restriction. Access AirDroid through different network with an AirDroid account.
3. Find Phone. Locate your device on a map. Lock it or wipe all data options.


These things may be useful for some, but since my need is to transfer a lot of data, e.g. 30 - 40 MB *.flac files, it seems a bit counter-productive to first send the file over 4000 miles to a server i Seattle, WA,
- and then back again.. when the distance between my PC and my phone is like 0.3 meter.
Plus, there was (is?) a "maximum file size is 5 MB" warning when trying to do this.

So, I'm actually keeping (the new, final) AirDroid 2.0
- at least as long as the "phoneipaddress:8888" still works! :)
wjbuytaert
wjbuytaert
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Ok, I just wanted to say that I've updated to AirDroid 2.0.1 now,
and it's still working 100% good in local mode a.k.a "Lite Connection Mode" :)
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Now, I'm again a very happy AirDroid user! <:-P
wjbuytaert
crystal86
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It's rubbish. It's slow, intrusive and unstable.

Then they try to charge you money to use it!

Don't pay these greedy bastards. Linux is FREE. So are Linux applications.
crystal86
Columbus
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Check administrative setting. everything will be cleared ,now after that you can easily remove this bullshit app.
It made "Hanging problem" in my phone.
Columbus
LVHAlfons
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Hi all,
If you would like to uninstall AirDroid, please refer to the guide here: http://forum.airdroid.com/discussion/9829/
LVHAlfons
sphynxbeauty37
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Your Airdroid is now Administrator (because you may registered with it on online).
Solution:
1: Go to Setting > security > Device Administartors > uncheck Airdroid2: Now try to uninstall
3: Done
:)
sphynxbeauty37
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