Sprint app continuously re-installs and enables bloatware on the BlackBerry KEYone?
One bad thing about buying the KEYone from Sprint is that you'll have to put up with the carrier bloatware added to the Android OS by the nation's fourth largest carrier. Sprint subscribers who have purchased the KEYone have been complaining about a large number of apps being automatically installed on their handset. These apps cannot be removed, nor can they even be permanently disabled.
Every so often, the SprintID system app runs through the bloatware listings on the KEYone. If it detects that certain apps such as Amazon, Audible, Facebook Messenger, Instagram and Lookout (to name a few) are missing or disabled, the apps are automatically re-installed or enabled. In other words, even if you remove or disable the bloatware, Sprint makes sure that they return.
To be fair, we should point out that not all Sprint KEYone owners have reported seeing missing bloatware magically return, leaving some hope that SprintID is merely experiencing problems from a bug. Otherwise, we would have to assume that Sprint is being nasty about its bloatware, making sure that these unwanted apps continue to re-install in perpetuity.
source: Reddit via AndroidPolice