how do you delete apps from an ipod touch ?

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    maddy rocks 9posted 8 years ago

    how do you delete apps from an ipod touch ?

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    noggin123450posted 8 years ago

    Hold down an app until it wiggles. Click the X button on the top left corner. You cannot delete the apps that come with the iPod (Maps, Contacts, Stocks, etc.)

  3. ad-agency profile image60
    ad-agencyposted 8 years ago

    If it works the same as an iphone then you just hold down the app and they will all start to wiggle, then you click the X.

  4. Demmonix profile image60
    Demmonixposted 8 years ago

    Hold An app until it wiggles press the X or Go on iTunes and sync your iPod by unchecking the app you want removed

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    tina1234posted 8 years ago

    1. On the springboard, locate the app you want to delete.
    2. Tap and hold down the icon of the application you want to delete. After a few seconds your screen will start to “wiggle” and an X will appear next to each of the apps you’ve installed via the App Store.
    3. Tap the X next to the icon of the app you want to remove. When prompted, select Delete.
    4. And now it’s gone.
    5. If the application is listed in your iTunes Applications as well, you’ll want to remove it from there – or else it will re-install the next time you sync. Alternately you can keep the app in your iTunes Applications, and set iTunes not to sync all applications, just the ones you want to keep. See the Applications tab of your device the next time it’s connected in iTunes for syncing options.
    6. NOTE: you can also re-order/move the apps on your iPod Touch or iPhone using a very similar process.

    NOTE: you cannot delete certain apps – generally the ones that come pre-loaded on your iPhone/iPod Touch such as Stocks, Maps, Safari etc. You can use this tutorial to “move” them to another screen (perhaps the ‘last’ one) so that you don’t have to see them/make room for the ones you use more frequently.

  6. Electric Feel profile image71
    Electric Feelposted 8 years ago

    delete from itunes. When you plug it in, it will give you the option to delete from itunes

  7. Stan Wats profile image54
    Stan Watsposted 7 years ago

    Locate the app. Hold down the icon of the app you want deleted. The screen will soon start to “wiggle” and a “X” mark will appear next to the apps that have been installed. Click on the “X” mark that appears next to the app you want to delete. It is removed.

 
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