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LucidLeonard
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How do I remove junk programs and not just by ignoring them in the update que after deletion?

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Re: bloatware
dexman
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Sadly, there isn't a whole lot you can do. That is one of the tradeoffs of using mobile devices, especially those issued by 4G/LTE service providers. WiFi only tablets have much less bloat than their 4G/LTE siblings.

Probably my best "answer" would be to create a folder, move all unwanted apps into it and forget about them. Most included apps take up little memory and processor power.

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Re: bloatware
srider72
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I would like to know this too. I mean back when we were getting "free" devices I get it. But we are paying for the devices so the bloat ware should not be needed to pay for the phones.

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Re: bloatware
dexman
Sr. Member

Sadly, there isn't a whole lot you can do. That is one of the tradeoffs of using mobile devices, especially those issued by 4G/LTE service providers. WiFi only tablets have much less bloat than their 4G/LTE siblings.

Probably my best "answer" would be to create a folder, move all unwanted apps into it and forget about them. Most included apps take up little memory and processor power.

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