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Benz63amg

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I don’t see any official uninstaller, should I just use Applecleaner and drag and drop Logitech Remote Software into it? I have the Harmony 950 Remote
 
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DaveSanDiego

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Just drag it to the trash... all of your config data is stored on the Logitech servers, where it will simply grow old and die.

I have two 650's and I can move between computers with either of them, and it knows the current program setup
 
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HDFan

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Just drag it to the trash.

Looks as that will work. Sampled one of the processes and it didn't seem to have any files installed in a different location. In general it is better to use (1) the app installer, if exists or (2) an app remover, such as AppCleaner. Otherwise you can leave orphaned files on the system if the app leaves things in other directories.
 
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bernuli

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I don’t see any official uninstaller, should I just use Applecleaner and drag and drop Logitech Remote Software into it? I have the Harmony 950 Remot

I agree with HDFan. It looks like the installer only added the Harmony Desktop application in your Applications folder. You can see the files it installed with the command:

lsbom /var/db/receipts/HarmonyDesktop.pkg.bom
 

Benz63amg

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I agree with HDFan. It looks like the installer only added the Harmony Desktop application in your Applications folder. You can see the files it installed with the command:

lsbom /var/db/receipts/HarmonyDesktop.pkg.bom
Thank you, Appreciate it.
 
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yewnix

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You can see the files it installed with the command:

lsbom /var/db/receipts/HarmonyDesktop.pkg.bom
wow, so many secret commands, this one was amazing to learn bc that folder seems to contain the bones of installers past. Running with -s helped ease the pain, showing only folders not complete file dump (attached)

lsbom -s /var/db/receipts/MyHarmony.pkg.bom

Showed many third party tools like silverlight which was already removed long ago, and chromium stuff, not sure how all that related to the MyHarmony app which I've contacted support for help on how to uninstall since this BOM(bast).
 

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