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To access the Apps menu, press the XXX.GST (quick settings) button and navigate to [Settings] > [Apps]. Within this menu, you'll find the following options:

When selecting an app, you will get these options:

[Open] – Launches the application.

[Force stop] – Stops the application to free up device resources.

[Uninstall] – Removes the application. Keep in mind that certain core applications cannot be uninstalled.

[Storage used] – Information about used storage space.

[Clear data] – Resets the app to its initial state, erasing all user-generated data linked to the app.

[Clear cache] – Removes temporary files and data stored by the app on your device to help it run faster and improve performance. Clearing the cache can resolve issues like app slowdowns or glitches.

[Clear defaults] – Resets any choices you've previously made for opening certain types of content or links. For example, if you've set a specific browser app as your default for opening links, clearing defaults will prompt you to choose again the next time you try to open a link.

[Notifications] – Activates or deactivates notifications from the app.

[Permissions] – Displays and allows modification of permissions for the app.


Some options listed above may not be available for all apps.

Additional options in the Apps menu include:

[App permissions] – View and adjust app permissions categorized by TV function for each app.

[Special app access] – Additional special permissions for apps, such as displaying apps over other apps, access to notifications, or certain directories.

[Security & Restrictions] – Allows installation of apps from sources other than the Play Store. Enabling this setting makes your device and personal data more vulnerable to unknown apps from sources outside the Play Store. You're solely responsible for any damage or data loss resulting from using these apps.