You have to install an app that does not support Android or Chrome extensions.
In that case, you should never click on the app to download it.
For the Android users out there, here is the reason why you should avoid using Google’s extensions.
You may think that these apps do not support Google’s extension or are not available on Google Play.
However, if you are on the Android platform, you may find that some of the popular apps, like Instagram, Spotify, and Facebook Messenger, are not accessible to you.
This article is not designed to be an explanation for these apps, but rather to provide you with a more practical solution to the problem.
The easiest way to solve the problem is to uninstall the extension.
For more information on how to uninstall extensions, check out our article on the removal of extensions.
Let’s see if we can find out the best way to uninstall these apps and how to get rid of them permanently.
To uninstall the Google extension you have to uninstall its extension manager.
Open your extension manager, then navigate to Extensions, and then select the Google Extension Manager.
When the extension manager opens, click the Manage tab, and select Remove Google Extension.
Click the Remove button to remove the extension from your computer.
When you want to uninstall an extension, you have two options: First, you can click on a specific link to uninstall it.
If you click on this link, the extension will be removed from your device.
If your browser does not have an extension manager yet, you will be prompted to download an extension.
In the meantime, you must uninstall the app.
If it is not installed, it will continue to install itself on your device and your extensions will continue working.
Alternatively, you could click on an icon and choose Remove All to remove all of the extensions.
If there are still extensions that are not removed, the icon will appear red.
If no extension manager is installed, you need to open the app in the Extension Manager and remove the Google extensions.
For this article, we will focus on the second option.
Click on the Google Extensions icon and select the Remove Google Extensions link.
The Google Extensions manager will now open.
In case you click the uninstall button for an extension that you have installed, the Google manager will ask you to confirm that you want it to be removed.
If the button is greyed out, the uninstall is not effective.
Click OK to continue.
In order to uninstall Google extensions on Android, you’ll need to have a working Google account and an Android version higher than version 6.0.2.
To remove Google extensions from your Android device, click on Android Settings, and scroll down to Google Extensions, click Uninstall and then click OK to remove Google Extensions from your Google account.
Once the Google uninstaller is removed, you’re done.
You can now uninstall Google’s Android extensions from the app manager.
You will see a list of all your extensions.
Delete all the Google and Google+ extensions from Google Now, Google Music, Google Reader, and Google Maps.
Delete the Google Search extension from Google Chrome.
Delete Google Hangouts and Google Tv, Google Video, Google Play Music, and YouTube.
Delete YouTube Music, YouTube TV, and Chromecast.
Remove the Google Maps and Google Transit extension.
Delete Netflix and Google Hangout.
Remove Google Hang and Google TV.
Delete Gmail, Google Docs, Google Drive, Google Calendar, Google Photos, Google Maps, Google Apps, and Gmail.
Delete Chrome Extensions, Google Search, Google Chrome Extensions (and Google Calendar) and Google Video Extensions.
If an extension has already been removed, then you will have to start from scratch again.
If all of your extensions have been removed from the Google Play store, then they are no longer available.
If any of your Google extensions have not been removed yet, uninstall them.
Delete these Google Extensions: Google+ – Google+ Android Extensions – Google Search – Google Hang Out – Google Music – Google Reader – Google Play Books – Google Video – Google Chat – Google Talk – Google Games – YouTube Google Maps – Google Tvi – YouTube TV Google+ Extension – Google News – Google Calendar Google+ Search – YouTube YouTube TV – YouTube Hangouts – YouTube GameChangers – YouTube Movies – YouTube Tvi Google Search Extension – YouTube Music YouTube TV Extension – Netflix YouTube Movies Extension – Chrome Extensions Google+ and Google Search Extensions – Chromecast Extensions Google Search and Google Play – Google Maps Google Maps Extension – Chromecasts YouTube TV Extensions – YouTube Games Google Search Android Extensions (all the Google services) – YouTube Maps – YouTube Talk Google Play Games – Google Photos – Google Docbooks Google Music Extension – Gmail – Google Chrome – YouTube Photos Google Play Movies Extension (all Google services and Google Apps) – Google Books Google Play TV Extension (All Google services except YouTube Games) – Music Google Maps Extensions – Youtube Movies – Google TV Movies