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- Dec 30, 2010
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- Austin, TX
Sometimes this happens, and here at HQ we always find it annoying, but we have to post a correction story. Apparently the intel floating around yesterday about the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge allowing you to uninstall stock apps was wrong.
Because of a blog from Samsung themselves, and because some folks got their hands on a pre-production version of the Samsung Galaxy S6, it was reported that Sammy was planning on allowing users to uninstall their "bloatware," including stock apps like S Voice, S Note and others. This was inaccurate. Samsung is allowing users to disable most of these preinstalled apps and functions, but they will not include a way to completely remove them from the device.
Any apps you lump into this category will simply not show up in the app drawer, but will still take up space on the phone's storage memory.
Well, that was disappointing...