Hi, how can I remove a program from GNOME completely? I did not succeed through the graphical interface, is it done from the terminal?
try with this:
sudo pacman -Rns package name
and manually delete its leftovers from home directory
I’m going to delete Android Studio, but when I write android-studio it says package not found
pacman -Qs android-studio
How did you install it?
Maybe you installed a snap o flatpak
paru android studio and then, from the list, see which is installed.
1 aur/android-studio 2021.2.1.15-1 (+1008 7.33)
No -this one, doesn’t have
[Installed] after it, or I will type
paru -Rnsuv android-studio to uninstall.
If it isn’t marked installed there, then check snaps (I think it’s
snap list but I don’t do snaps, so I can’t check) and flatpaks (
In Pamac - the ‘add/remove’ from the menu - you shouldn’t be too specific.
android studio with no hypen.
Then you see the Flatpak, AUR, and anything else enabled all listed.
In the past I had downloaded Android Studio from the official website, manually unpacked and moved it in the
/opt directory. Then I created a desktop app of Android Studio in
The installation of Android Studio is possible independent of any package managers e.g.
But I just removed it manually, that’s not the package manager’s job.
I have installed android studio with snap
I made a mistake in Android Studio and now I’m going to reinstall Android Studio, but with
snap remove android-studio, the program is not deleted in general and with the data, and after reinstalling it uses the previous data, what should I do to completely Install first?
Configuration files/data in your $HOME directory will never be touched by any installation/deinstallation process.
If that is what you mean - you have to remove that yourself.