What are those apps I never installed.
Did I got an used device? I never installed those apps, nor I can see them in my watch. But I they are listed in my storage in wear app.
@Kai-Liu no, these apps are on the S7 by default. Most of the apps are deactivated.
@pilleus anyway we can delete them to save some storage? I am little bit OCD on this and it is really annoying to see something I am not going to use occupying my storage.
@pilleus and it looks like this S7 has something to do with ticwatch.
See TicHealth, TicRanking, TicStore, Mobvoi Account …
Are Suunto copying things from TicWatch for wear OS part?
@Kai-Liu these deactivated apps are not shown in the app launcher on the watch.
But the WearOS app on the phone can calculate the storage of these apps.
You can uninstall these apps via adb. Doesn’t change anything on your watch and gives you a little extra of storage.
But it’s not worth to do it. In the meantime you can enjoy the S7 on a run or walk or cycling trip. ️
@pilleus I see, that make sense. I do heard that google has partnership with movobi. Thanks I will try adb.
Thanks I will try adb.
There is no risk. Even if you uninstall the wrong package, after a factory reset all the packages will be available again. Because it’s happening in user space.
After uninstalling, these apps will be shown in the list of the system apps on the S7 (settings - apps & notifications - app info - system apps), but not in the list about storage in the WearOS app on the phone. You can deactivate these apps additionally in the system apps.
adb shell pm list packages -d | cut -d ':' -f 2 | tr -d '\r' | xargs -L1 -t adb shell pm uninstall -k --user 0
With this command you can unistall all deactivated packages at once (linux pc and bash).
Works via USB or WLAN connected S7.