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Uc News Gets Installed Automatically on Android phone?

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Whenever I turn my mobile data on, UC news gets installed automatically. I turned Installation from unknown sources off but still I get the installation pop up.

Someone find a solution for this please?

posted Sep 26, 2017 by anonymous

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This is what I got on internet -
1. Go to settings app.
2. After opening the settings app go to personal -> Accounts section. Open accounts.
3. There you might see several accounts configured based on the apps which you might have installed on your device. In my case I saw several accounts for few apps namely Google, WhatsApp, Telegram etc. Exactly on this screen you will also see an account named UCNews.
4. I simply removed the UC News account from there.

After the removal of the UC News account, the UC news app will not be reinstalled on its own.

answer Sep 27, 2017 by Salil Agrawal
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