How To Delete Pre-Installed Apps on Samsung Galaxy.

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When you purchase a new Samsung Galaxy, it comes with some pre-installed apps which are known as bloatware. There are many reasons why you may want to delete those pre-installed apps. It might be to free up space as these apps take up a certain amount of space. You might also want to uninstall them because they are quite useless to you but you should note that most bloatware does not take up much space and so uninstalling them won’t end up freeing much space which you can use to install other heavy apps.

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It is possible to uninstall and delete pre-installed bloatware on your Samsung Galaxy. Some pre-installed apps on the Samsung Galaxy can be uninstalled completely while some others can only be disabled. When you disable a pre-installed app, it disappears from your list of apps, and it won’t be able to run in the background of your Samsung Galaxy. However, disabled bloatware will still be present in the phone’s memory.

Google apps including Google Search, Chrome, Gmail, Maps, YouTube, Drive, Play Store and Google+ can be uninstalled and deleted. You can also remove some Samsung Pre-installed bloatware apps like S Health, S Voice and some others. Follow the steps below to learn how to uninstall, disable and delete pre-installed bloatware apps on your Samsung Galaxy.

How To Delete Pre-Installed Apps On Samsung

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  1. Turn on your Samsung Galaxy
  2. Open your phone app drawer
  3. Tap on the edit button
  4. All your apps will be displayed. All apps that appear with a minus sign beside it can be uninstalled or disabled.
  5. Browse for the app you want to disable and then tap the minus sign beside it.
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  1. That’s fine for the apps Google let’s you uninstall from Android phones, but what about all the other garbage, Kids Mode, Chrome, Book, Music, Magazine, and a whole host of other junk using memory that most people don’t want?

    I have junk I will NEVER use like: using 38.3 MB using 17.3 MB using 14.87 MB

    The list goes on an on to the tune of about 2 GB.

    How about posting an article on how to get rid of that junk!


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