With no new updates to Cydia for some time, the iOS community has turned its attention to third-party app installers to get their games emulators and one of the best is called Delta Emulator.
With support for Nintendo and Gameboy console games, Delta Emulator has proved very popular and you can find out more about what it offers by clicking the link. We’re going to discuss the ways in which you can delete Delta from your device.
How to Delete Delta Emulator :
Deleting Delta Emulator is quite simple and can be done in four ways. It is the best way to solve irritating errors that crop up on Delta Emulator, delete it and then reinstall it. Pick one of these methods:
Method 1: Delete Profile
- Go into your iOS Settings app and go to the General section
- Tap on Profiles and Device Management and you will see a list of your app profiles
- Tap Delta Emulator and then tap on Delete Profile
- Close Settings and Delta Emulator will be deleted
Method 2: App Icon Deletion
- On your home screen, find the Delta Emulator icon
- Tap and hold the icon until it begins to wiggle
- Tap the cross in the top corner of the icon and then tap Delete on the confirmation message
- Delta Emulator will be removed
Video: Watch for a demonstration of the steps
Method 3: Factory Restore
This deletes all data, not just Delta Emulator, and will also remove all your settings.
- Check iTunes to make sure it is completely up to date
- Back your iPhone or iPad data up using iTunes
- Disable your Passcode, Touch ID and Find My iPhone on your device
- Connect your computer and device and open iTunes
- Click Yes on the Trust This Computer message if it appears on your device
- Click the device summary for your device from the left menu in iTunes – only applies if you have more than one device registered
- Click Restore in iTunes and then click Restore again
- Wait until iTunes has restored your device to factory settings and Delta Emulator will be removed
Method 4: Restoring From iTunes Backup
You will need to use a backup you made before you installed Delta Emulator
- Connect your iOS device to your computer and open iTunes
- If asked, type your passcode into your device and tap Yes if you see the Trust This Computer message
- In iTunes, on the left-hand menu, click the name of the device connected; you will only see the list if you have more than one device registered with Apple
- Click Restore Backup
- From the list that loads, choose a backup from before Delta was first installed on your device
- Click on Restore and wait for iTunes to restore your device; if necessary type your passcode in if asked during the process
- Wait for the restore to complete, and your device and computer has synced
- When your iOS device reboots, you can disconnect it from your computer and start using it.
Hopefully one of these methods helped you to delete Delta Emulator from your device; if you want, you can install Delta Emulator again using the guide at the link. For more updates, follow us on Facebook.