How to disable bloatware on your Samsung Galaxy S III: apps safe to remove
0. phoneArena 27 Jul 2012, 06:04 posted on
Those of you who don't care about rooting and installing debloated custom ROMs on your brand spanking new Samsung Galaxy S III, can still get apps and processes they never use out of sight and out of mind. There are two ways to get at disabling those system, carrier and manufacturer apps that annoy you, or you think you'd never use, but are crowding out your app drawer...
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1. PapaSmurf (Posts: 10407; Member since: 14 May 2012)
This was he first thing I did when I got my phone. I can't stand to have bloatware on my phone, especially when its useless...
3. illegaltoast (Posts: 4; Member since: 09 Jul 2012)
Not exactly sure which ones to disable, I know which ones are secure from the list but idk if I want to disable some for fear I use them. What're the must apps for disabling that really slow the phone down?
4. PotDragon (banned) (Posts: 214; Member since: 22 Jul 2011)
None. Bloatware is myth. It is merely a few extra app icons.
If the author knew how to use a phone, he would know about stacking folders and hiding icons. Since he knows nothing about phones he pens an article like this one.
To be clear, there is a difference between ROM and RAM. If a processes is not running, therefore using no RAM, it does not slow the phone down. Or make it heavier. Or thicker.
Only a phonearena author would write an article like this in 2012. Only phonearena would publish one. Can't they find anyone who knows how to use a phone?
6. jimmyboy1212 (Posts: 1; Member since: 06 Aug 2014)
um yeah talk crap when you don't know what you are talking about. LOL ROM??? really you think your internal flash memory is ROM. that is READ ONLY memory. a partition of your flash memory is dedicated as ROM but that is for the android OS. the rest is not partiononed as ROM hence why you can read and write to it. bloatware a myth??? wow!!! you realize that most of those apps that you cliam are just "extra icons" genraly have numerous background services running that use your RAM right? before you spout off about what you "know" make sure you actually know it.
5. jbjr43 (Posts: 50; Member since: 12 Jun 2012)
Wish I could find out how to disable that annoying pop up asking if I want to connect to wi-fi whenever I open certian apps, (email, Facebook, etc). I don't have anything enabled as far as wi-fi is concerned...