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Hello everyone.

How? Why? <MOD EDIT> delete this "Google Search" from my phone?

There is my story... everytime I ask why google search opens itself and now I find answer, because when I have phone in my pocket and phone click on "Menu button" for few second or on application then Google search open, I hate this!

What I do. I think when I delete/uninstall this application, then application delete, but it's not TRUE. Now on my phone all desktop application icons are delete (cmon is this possible, <MOD EDIT> Google) but Google search NOT delete and I still have "Google search bar". C'mon not needed I can search from browser if I need something.

Search engine storage (not working) when I click "Clear now" then storage increases... look this permissions for "Google Search" application OMG!... "Ok Google" hotword detection disable but don't know what this mean, my "Menu button" still working when press for few second. Please help me I seriously need remove this application, because NOT USE and NOT NEED this <MOD EDIT> from Google.

Sorry I can't add screenshot (SPAM bla bla)...

I hope someone help me and tell how remove. Thank you!
 
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First of all, Questions should be posted in the Q&A forum, surprisingly enough.
Secondly, we can do without your vulgar language on XDA in future thanks... This is your warning.

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