How to Disable Bloatware on Samsung Galaxy Note 5

In this guide, we will tell you how to disable bloatware on Samsung Galaxy Note 5. In the era of commercialization, Samsung smartphones are also not safe, they come with tons of third-party apps like carrier apps and system which can be pretty annoying. The biggest problem with these apps is that you can’t delete them so they will continue to run in the background and consume the battery life. However, you can disable them which will block the updates and blocked apps will also not consume the battery life. Sounds good, right? Let us show you how to do it.

How to Disable Bloatware on Samsung Galaxy Note 5

When it comes to removing the Bloatware you can either root your android smartphone which will help you get rid of Bloatware but you will void your warranty in this process. So if you want to have the warranty protection then disabling the bloatware is the best options. here is how you can do it.

  • Swipe down from the top of the screen and tap the gear-shaped icon to access the Settings.
  • Find the Apps section and tap it.
  • In the Apps settings, scroll down and find Applications and tap it.
  • Open Application Manager and tap All
  • Here you will find the list of all apps installed on your Galaxy Note 5, tap the app which you want to disable and tap Turn Off.

Following these steps will disable the app and it will not receive updates from the carrier. It will also not run in the background which will save the battery life. However, if in the future, you want to enable the disabled app then you can do it by following steps.

  • Go to the Settings
  • Find the Apps section and tap it.
  • In the Apps settings, scroll down and find Applications and tap it.
  • Open Application Manager and tap All
  • Here you will find all the apps, simply find the app you want to enable and tap Turn off to show and then enable the app.

Conclusion

Bloatware apps are very annoying but you can disable them to get some relief. We have shared the steps for both enabling and disabling the apps. Some apps like Dropbox etc can be directly installed as they are not classified as system apps. If you have any questions, please let us know in the comment section below. Also, visit our website for more useful guides.

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