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On 4/4/2018 at 1:37 AM, SnowDrifter said:

Hey, Samsung. If at any point you want to stop with the bloatware, you're more than welcome to!

List of stuff I had to force disable because it wouldn't let me normally. And this is on top of the stuff I could. Overall, I trimmed 600mb off ram usage and extended battery life by... A fair ways. Didn't get any objective measurements. Most of the usage was GearVR, the things a friggin' battery hog! Let me put it this way: Down to 50% battery. Gear VR: 29% usage. All others: Less. LOL

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so how did you disable this.  and can it be done on a lg v20

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1 hour ago, 77-AUDIO said:

so how did you disable this.  and can it be done on a lg v20

Found an app in the store specific to Samsung phones that does it

You could potentially do the same thing with terminal commands. Barring that, root your device so you have the permissions needed to disable/uninstall the stuff

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