First, your phone must be rooted. If not, download the utility to open root access.
Open the Settings of your device.
Select Application Manager
Find the required program in the list of downloaded ones.
You must be root to uninstall 9Apps. To get them, download any specialized utility and get them. Then:
- open the Settings menu;
- select the Application Manager;
- find the 9Apps program in the list of downloaded programs;
- click the "Delete" button.
9Apps has been removed from your device. You don't need to do anything else.
You need to go to Settings - Application Manager - 9Apps (or Nine Store) and click Delete. If the button is inactive, it means that you will definitely need root rights to delete it.
To do this, you need to have root access to its most important settings on your device. If you do not have it, then start with this - install a specialized program and get it. Further, removal occurs according to the standard scheme through the "programs" menu item like any other device.
To uninstall this kind of application, you must have root rights on your phone. Information about this can be found here: https://w3bsit3-dns.com/2014/10/09/179918/