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How do I uninstall an app on my Xbox 360?

Answer

  1. To delete the Netflix app press.
  2. Start at the Xbox Dashboard.
  3. Navigate to Apps and select My Apps.
  4. Seek out, highlight, and then press X on the Netflix App for details on how to delete it included in that description field.

How to DELETE GAMES on XBOX ONE & Uninstall APPS (Easy Method!)

Navigate to the Xbox 360 Apps channel. Select an app you want to uninstall  and press the Menu button on your controller. Choose Uninstall from the menu, then confirm that you want to uninstall it by pressing A on your controller. Once you’ve uninstalled all of the apps that you no longer use, restart your Xbox 360 console. Note The default setting for how much hard drive space is available for apps is 90% of your total storage capacity. To change this setting:

Press the Guide button on your controller and go to System > Settings > Storage, or if this option isn’t in the list, select Memory Unit (HDD) 1 > System Settings > Storage and choose Free Up Space Now. If you want to keep your downloads, move them from the Xbox 360 Hard Drive to a storage device (see Copy or move content between storage devices). You must be signed in as an adult with a Microsoft account to perform this operation. Select Apps and Features. Under Available Space, select Configure Storage Settings. Select how much of each hard drive you would like available for apps:

None – Does not use any of the free space on either hard drive

90% (default) – 90% of overall capacity is used by system update files, games & apps, music & video, and save files; 10% is reserved for adding new content or installing future updates

100% – Entire hard drive capacity will be available for apps, games, music & video, and save files.

To apply the setting to your hard drive, select OK. Then choose Yes to confirm you want to proceed with changing your storage settings (this cannot be undone). The next time you sign in to Xbox Live on this console using an adult account or a child account that has parental controls enabled, all of your content will be automatically migrated from the old hard drive to the new one. If you’re unable to move any of your content after following these steps, please use My Home Xbox’s Restore function:

Xbox 360: How to Delete Installed Games

Go to My Home Xbox > Settings > System > Storage Devices (HDD 1/2), and then press Menu. Select Manage Storage Devices for [drive letter]. Once the Manage Storage Device window is open, select Restore to Factory Settings. Select Yes to confirm you want to proceed with restoring your hard drive(s). The next time that you sign in on this console using an adult account or a child account that has parental controls enabled, all of your content will be automatically migrated from the old hard drive to the new one.

If you’ve uninstalled any dashboard preview builds and would like them back:

Sign into Xbox Live on your Xbox 360 console (if it’s not already signed in) and turn off the auto-sign in

Start the system update by selecting System > Updates > Check Now

The latest available dashboard update will appear for download; select Yes to download and install the update.

How can I move my free content from another storage device to Xbox 360 Hard Drive?

To move your saved games, profiles, and other content from one storage device to another: Insert the new storage device into the console. If the console is already turned on, insert it before you turn off your console. From My Home Xbox > Settings > System > Storage Devices (HDD 1/2), select Transfer Content Now. If prompted for a password or confirmation, enter it now. The next time you sign in on this console using an adult account or a child account that has parental controls enabled, all of your content will be automatically migrated from the old hard drive to the new one.

Note If you’re unable to move any of your content after following these steps, please use My Home Xbox’s Restore function:

Go to My Home Xbox > Settings > System > Storage Devices (HDD 1/2), and then press Menu. Select Manage Storage Devices for [drive letter]. Once the Manage Storage Device window is open, select Restore to Factory Settings. Select Yes to confirm you want to proceed with restoring your hard drive(s). The next time that you sign in on this console using an adult account or a child account that has parental controls enabled, all of your content will be automatically migrated from the old hard drive to the new one.

If you were a part of the preview program and would like to get the final update:

If you’re using an adult account or a child account that has parental controls enabled, please contact Xbox Support.

If you were using a guest account, sign in with your Gamertag at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=244616 to re-enable the console for use. On this page, select Restore Console under Actions and follow instructions to complete the process. To prevent anyone else from downloading preview dashboard updates on your console, make sure it’s turned off when you’re not using it or enable auto-sign in.

I see an alert about saving some of my games and apps during the update – what does this mean?

If you’ve already used the new Xbox 360 Hard Drive, you’re not alone. This is a preview program only; we recognize that hard drive upgrades are just one aspect of always improving your experience on Xbox 360. We designed the storage migration process to be simple and easy, but we wanted to give everyone time to get accustomed to using the new Hard Drive before removing older drives from homes and offices. With this update, your console will automatically migrate content saved on another storage device (such as an older 60GB HDD) or external USB memory device (such as a flash drive) from your old hard drive to the new one.

If you had content stored on multiple drives – such as both a hard drive and a memory unit – you will need to manually migrate your content before installing the update. Please see these steps listed below:

For information on how to transfer content from one storage device to another, please see To move your saved games, profiles, and other content from one storage device to another in this article. For information about using USB drives with Xbox 360, please see here.

If you want to continue playing games or using apps after the update is complete:

Sign into Xbox Live on your Xbox 360 console (if it’s not already signed in) and turn off auto-sign in Go to My Home Xbox > Settings > System > Storage Devices (HDD 1/2), and then press Menu. Select Manage Storage Devices for [drive letter]. Once the Manage Storage Device window is open, select Restore to Factory Settings. Select Yes to confirm you want to proceed with restoring your hard drive(s). Xbox 360 will turn off and on automatically after a few seconds. After the console restarts, press any button on your controller to continue

To use more than one storage device (for example, both an internal hard drive and a memory unit):

Sign into Xbox Live on your Xbox 360 console (if it’s not already signed in) and turn off auto-sign in Go to My Home Xbox > Settings > System > Storage Devices (HDD 1/2), and then press Menu. Select Manage Storage Devices for [drive letter]. Once the Manage Storage Device window is open, select Restore to Factory Settings. Select Yes to confirm you want to proceed with restoring your hard drive(s). Xbox 360 will turn off and on automatically after a few seconds. After the console restarts, press any button on your controller to continue

If you had content stored on multiple drives (such as both an internal hard drive and a memory unit):

Sign into Xbox Live on your Xbox 360 console (if it’s not already signed in) and turn off auto-sign in Go to My Home Xbox > Settings > System > Storage Devices (HDD 1/2), and then press Menu. Select Manage Storage Devices for [drive letter]. Once the Manage Storage Device window is open, select Restore to Factory Settings. Select Yes to confirm you want to proceed with restoring your hard drive(s). Xbox 360 will turn off and on automatically after a few seconds. After the console restarts, press any button on your controller to continue

After the update is complete:

If you’re using an external storage device (such as a USB flash drive or portable hard drive): Sign in to Xbox Live on your Xbox 360 console (if it’s not already signed in) and turn off auto-sign in Go to My Home Xbox > Settings > System > Storage Devices > Hard Drive 1/2, and then press Menu. Select Manage Storage Devices for the drive that you’d like to add. Select Yes to confirm you want to proceed with adding your storage device (select No if you don’t). Xbox 360 will turn off and on automatically after a few seconds. After the console restarts, press any button on your controller to continue

If you’re using an internal hard drive:

Sign in to Xbox Live on your Xbox 360 console (if it’s not already signed in) and turn off auto-sign in Go to My Home Xbox > Settings > System > Storage Devices, and then press Menu. Select Manage Storage Devices for [drive letter]. Once the Manage Storage Device window is open, select Restore to Factory Settings. Select Yes to confirm you want to proceed with restoring your hard drive(s). Xbox 360 will turn off and on automatically after a few seconds. After the console restarts, press any button on your controller to continue You can now use both drives (or only one drive) as storage space, and everything should be working normally again! More info: https://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-360/backup-game-save-games#wcm_cta_content To move your saved games, profiles, and other content from one storage device to another.

How do I uninstall an app on my Xbox 360?

1. To delete the Netflix app press.
2. Start at the Xbox Dashboard.
3. Navigate to Apps and select My Apps.
4. Seek out, highlight, and then press X on the Netflix App for details on how to delete it included in that description field.

How do I uninstall Netflix on Xbox 360?

Delete the Netflix app on the Xbox Dashboard.

How do I uninstall and reinstall a game on Xbox 360?

Hurry to Home (press the Xbox button on your controller to go Home) Go to My games and apps. Highlight the content that you want to uninstall. Press the Menu button on your controller. Select Manage Game or Manage App.

How do I uninstall a game on Xbox 360?

To remove a game from your hard drive, go to settings and choose the system. From there, select storage. Select your drive, then games. Find the game you want going and be sure to hit the delete button located on the right-hand side of this menu.

Why can’t I uninstall an app?

The two primary types of apps that you’re not meant to uninstall are system apps and preinstalled apps. Uninstalling these would break your device.

How do I delete an app that won’t uninstall?

To see which apps you have installed, open the Settings on your phone and head to Apps. To remove an app you don’t want anymore, tap its name then Choose Disable.

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