Remove deployment from Android app


Seems like a stupid question, but there is no easy way to remove a deployment from the Android app?

I added some for testing purposes, but now I can’t remove them again.

Thanks for the help.


You can go into the Settings on your phone, then go to Apps & Notifications, select Ushahidi, go to Storage, click “Clear Storage” - this will delete all the data and basically reset the app to a fresh start - you have to accept terms & conditions, etc. and then add back in deployments.

That was the only way that I found to only have the deployment I wanted after doing similar testing, but it is not really removing a single deployment as it is clearing all the data. I could not find a way to remove a single or selection of deployments and just keep the one that I want.


hey for me it was working smooth on my android phone when it was running on android version 6.0.1 however as I have updated to android version 7.1.1 whenever now I am opening the app it only loads a blank screen on the start up and crashes after a while automatically. How do I fix it?
with regards
miles smith


Hi @chrisjow

thanks my problem has been solved!

Best regards

Larry jones