Full List Of Safe To Remove Bloatware Apps On Galaxy S7 Edge And How to Disable Manual
In every smartphone (including Samsung Galaxy S7 & Edge) that you have, there are many applications downloaded by yourself or applications that have been available previously out of the box. It is sometimes very disturbing to most people because the number of applications that we don’t need making the storage space of our phones almost filled out. So, what we can do with all these bloatware apps?
This problem also occurs for those of you who have Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge has a lot of applications that are installed out of the box, especially from AT&T Model. In addition, more than 20 applications that we don’t need it can’t be removed, but to resolve them we can hide them and keep them out of sight.
These applications or bloatware will take 2-3GB of storage space on mobile phones and it is certainly very disturbing. But users can resolve these problems by hiding or simply disable bloatware on Galaxy S7 Edge. That’s how all of Amazon, Verizon, AT&T, Sprint or T-Mobile apps or other applications that we don’t need to meet the application drawer will be lost. Don’t worry, we just disable them all and they will disappear.
Steps to Disable Bloatware Apps on Galaxy S7 Edge
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To disable applications you don’t use, follow these steps:
Go to the Settings
Tap App Manager and every application pre-installed press the “Disable” In this way, they are no longer going to work.
You don’t need to remove too many things that do not you understand, as a mobile phone with certain features will not work properly if they are disabled. If you want to re- use these applications, you only need to go to the same area and press the “activate” it.
These are just a few of the many tips that will allow Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge owners to do more with their mobile phones.
Before you decide what apps must be removed from your phone you need to figure out list of your installed apps. To get full list of apps that are installed on your own device you can install Package List from Google Play.
Note: You need to do back up of all your phone data before removing bloatware on Galaxy S7 & Edge devices.
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Full List Of Safe To Remove Bloatware Apps On Galaxy S7 Edge
You will still get updates for your phone with no problems. But, like all things, we can’t predict the future or how each individual device will behave. So, be careful in disabling process and remove apps one by one to make sure that your phone will work correct after next uninstalled app. Some apps cannot be disabled.
Samsung Bloatware System apps that can be disable on your Galaxy S7 Edge
SamsungVideo (keep or use MX Player instead)
Third-Party Apps That Can Be Disabled On Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
Amazon Safe to Remove Apps List:
Amazon (Amazon Shopping)
Amazon Prime Photos
Amazon Prime Video
AT&T Safe to Remove Apps List:
AT&T Device Help
AT&T Usage Manager
AT&T Smart Limits
AT&T Protect Plus
AT&T Caller Name ID
AT&T Hot Spots
AT&T Remote Support
AT&T Direct TV
Sprint Safe to Remove Apps List:
Amazon (Amazon Shopping)
My Sprint Mobile
Sprint Family Locator
Sprint Fun & Games
Sprint Music Plus
Sprint TV & Movies
T-Mobile Safe to Remove Apps List:
T-Mobile Device Unlock
T-Mobile Mobile Hotspot
T-Mobile My Account
T-Mobile Name ID
T-Mobile Visual Voicemail
Verizon Safe to Remove Apps List:
Caller Name ID
My Verizon Mobile
Full List Of Safe To Remove Bloatware Apps On Galaxy S7 Edge And How to Disable Manual updated: November 9, 2018 author: Nick Jackson
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