It’s easy for set-top boxes to urge loaded with dozens of streaming media apps. If you’re not using an app or game anymore, it’s a decent idea to uninstall it to unlock some space for storing and potentially improve device performance. Here’s a way to uninstall apps on Android TV.
First, use the D-pad on your Android TV’s remote to pick out the “Apps” icon on the left side of the highest home screen row.
Next, select the app or game you would like to uninstall from the list
Hold down the “Select” or “Enter” button on your remote and choose “Uninstall” from the pop-up menu.
Choosing the button will open up a brand new screen. it’ll ask if you would like to uninstall the app. Select “OK.”
That’s all there’s to it! you have got now uninstalled an app or game from your Android TV.
Keep in mind that you just won’t be able to uninstall apps that were preinstalled on your Android TV set-top box or receiving system.
For instance, Netflix can’t be uninstalled on the Nvidia Shield TV; the choice is grayed out.