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com.qualcomm.atfwd service: bloatware?

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13th September 2014, 05:47 PM   |  #11  
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Yup.

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is there anything else can go with this? (any related apps/service)

Wfd SDK Service
Wfd Service
Wireless Display
Wireless Display Service
Wireless Display Widget

Are those related?
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14th September 2014, 01:46 AM   |  #12  
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com.qualcomm.atfwd service (atfwd.apk) is Qualcomm's WiFi display. It allows you to mirror your devices display on a TV.

Does it have anything to do with current-screen-content sharing over NFC (Andriod Beam) and such?

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is there anything else can go with this? (any related apps/service)

Wfd SDK Service
Wfd Service
Wireless Display
Wireless Display Service
Wireless Display Widget

Are those related?

Wfd are Wifi Direct services, I recommend you dont freeze/remove them, they can be usefull in more common communication cases.
Wireless Display probably has something to do with miracast or similar, but I'm not sure.
14th September 2014, 03:05 PM   |  #13  
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Does it have anything to do with current-screen-content sharing over NFC (Andriod Beam) and such?

No, there two separate apps.
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No, there two separate apps.

Excellent. Frozen.
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No, there two separate apps.

OK - thanks !
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