- Oct 6, 2011
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There is nothing worse then spending a hefty chunk of change on a new smartphone just to find that it is bogged down and cluttered with apps that are preinstalled to net your carrier some extra money. By now consumers have complained enough that most carriers have enabled the option to disable these apps in settings. They still take up precious space from your internal memory, but at least they aren't cluttering up your device.
It can be a pain to go through and manually disable each app. Thanks to a new script by developer "RootJunky" you can now disable all bloatware on the Droid Turbo with a mouse click. His script will automatically disable bloatware. The apps will still be on your phone, but will be out of sight and out of mind. This actually turns out to be a pretty good way to deal with bloat. With the apps still being physically on your device you are able to accept OTAs when they come out. Head to the link below for the download.