If you didn’t enjoy the installation of AnyTrans, you’ll need to get rid of that app for yourself. The bad news is, the current standard uninstall routine involves leaving a lot of possibly unused software leftovers, which will then affect your system performance and eat up your disk space eventually. You may be able to uninstall AnyTrans 5.1 manually. Yet, using an uninstall tool will be a lot more effective and has a less chance of ruining your operating system. You won’t have to learn from unexpected disasters or, other users’ mistakes. Here’s where we hope that you get the work done with ease & success.
If you’re running the Windows build, follow the steps as outlined:
- Quit the app properly this way: hit app’s logo, launch the Exit option on the menu.
- Make yourself the admin user.
- Right click on the app’s shortcut file on the desktop, choose "Find file location".
- Press the U key on your keyboard until you locate the below "uninstall" application.
- Right click on the said exe, choose "Run as administrator".
- When Windows’ UAC asks for permission, apply the Yes option to the that info box.
- Now, press the blue Uninstall button below.
- Please wait while the app is un-installing itself.
- Restart when ready. Try erasing iMobie-related remains in your OS.
- One more thing, consider ridding of Apple iDevice driver later, if you do not use that item at all.
Most Mac users have been attempting to get rid of an unneeded app using the "Drag" feature on their MacOS. Now, you may follow the removal instructions given by one of our editors:
1. Save or move all of your personal data, then disconnect your iPhone/iPad/iPod from your Mac.
2. Check out your Dock for yourself, exit the agent as well.
3. You may manage to perform the common uninstall routine this way: hit your desktop > go to the Go folder > head to the Applications folder > drag the target app to the Trash icon.
4. Yet, this action does not help clear out associated remains because the Library folder still keeps the app’s information. Meantime, many other readers have also reported they had issues due to the said stuff. Frequently, users affected by those junk tried to reinstall the trashed/removed items again, to no avail.
Now you: You’ve removed everything, haven’t you?