How to Get Rid of Samsung Calendar on Galaxy Phones

Samsung Galaxy devices include the company’s own apps, which duplicate many of Google’s. This is annoying if you prefer Google’s apps. Getting duplicate notifications for every calendar event is getting old, but can you delete Samsung calendar?

Unfortunately, you cannot uninstall or disable the Samsung Calendar app. The good news is that we can take some steps to avoid disrupting Google Calendar. You forget it’s even there.

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First, swipe down once from the top of the screen and tap the gear icon.

Then scroll down to ‘Apps’.

Select "Applications."

Find the Samsung Calendar app in the list. It is labeled “Calendar” with a teal icon.

Find "Samsung calendar."

The first thing we will do is go to “Notifications” and disable them all.

Turn off all notifications.

Then go back and select “Permissions” and delete them all as well.

Remove all permissions.

Once all permissions have been removed, go to the ‘Mobile data’ section and uncheck ‘Allow use of background data’.

Turn off "Allow use of background data."

Finally, go back and select ‘Battery’. Change it to “Restricted” so that the app cannot run in the background.

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Change battery usage to "Limited."

That will do it! We’ve blocked the app from sending notifications, removed all permissions needed to access your calendars, and prevented the app from using data and running in the background. The app is still installed, but we basically rendered it useless. Samsung hardware is great, but the software can sometimes get in the way.

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