Bloatware remains one of Android's biggest problems, especially when tied to a carrier. To remove bloatware, you usually need to take extreme measures such as rooting. Unfortunately, the Galaxy S10 falls under this annoying roof, but there is a simple workaround.
Package repeats developed for Samsung phones are located throughout the Google Play Store and help you remove bloatware without root. However, the problem is that you have to be careful when using these options, as disabling the wrong package can cause your S10 to crash, freeze or be downgraded all the time.
We have customized a BAYmustafa96 XML file to work with the Galaxy S1
0, so now you can easily import this file into a package deactivator to safely disable over 120 bloatware apps. This method basically freezes bloatware apps so you can re-enable them at any time if you want to reuse features like Bixby.
Step 1: Download the Bloatware Remover File
You must first download the XML file that you use with Package Disabler Pro + for Samsung. Originally created by BAYmustafa96, we adjusted it slightly to make using it safer on your S10 and disabling the bloatware