This step-by-step guide will teach you how to uninstall Outlook App on Android.
What to Know
- To uninstall Outlook on Android, find the Outlook app.
- Long press on the Outlook app.
- Tap on Uninstall, then tap OK to confirm.
Why you might want to uninstall Outlook on Android:
- You’re no longer using it.
- You’re not happy with the app.
- You’re switching to a different email app.
- You don’t have much storage left on your smartphone.
If you’re no longer using the Outlook app on your Android, you can easily uninstall it. Here’s how:
Note: Windows and Mac users, see how to uninstall Outlook.
Steps to Uninstall Outlook on Android
- Open Settings on your Android device.
- Tap on Apps.
- Tap on See all apps. You’ll see a list of installed apps.
- Scroll down and tap on Outlook.
- Choose Uninstall.
- Then tap on OK.
Unable to Uninstall Outlook on Android
If you can’t uninstall Outlook on Android, you might need to revoke its administrator privileges. Follow these steps:
1. Open Settings on your Android device.
2. Tap Security or Biometrics and Security (depending on your device model).
3. Under Device Administrators or Other security settings, tap Device admin apps.
4. Toggle off “Outlook Device Policy.”
5. Tap Deactivate, then OK to confirm.
Once administrator privileges are revoked, attempt to uninstall the app again. It should let you uninstall the app.
- If you have synced your emails or calendars with the Outlook app, backup or move them before uninstalling Outlook.
- For an Exchange user, you may need to contact your IT administrator to uninstall Outlook.