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Topic # 165513 12-Feb-2015 08:34
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I side loaded Samsung Health onto my Mums S4 mini, but it didn't work well enough to bother with. Now the "health service" is on the phone and I can't get it off. It's a stock phone, not rooted. Any ideas how to remove it?

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  Reply # 1236261 12-Feb-2015 09:02
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You will probably need to reset the handset




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  Reply # 1236309 12-Feb-2015 09:48
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Bugger. Mum will not be particularly pleased, though probably not particularly bothered.




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