thank for the reply , that whole boot up loop is what i wanna avoid lol. theres gotta be some general FAQ about bloatware somewhere aand what is safe to disable and what may cause what if.What works for one person may not work for another as there many variants of the same model.
It's best if you try to learn what the apk you're disabling does. Some have dependencies.
Some will boot loop the device if not able to run on boot up. I'm also using Karma Firewall so sometimes instead of disabling an apk I simply firewall block it to retain better functionality and ease of use. I have no easy solution that fits all. Learn by doing.
You should always be ready to do a reload with all critical your data backed up.
It's rarely needed but it can be needed at any moment with little or no warning.
That said I've never crashed an OS using a package disabler however your results may vary
I use my SD card as a data drive. I can do a full restore anywhere, anytime with little or no internet connection in about 2 hours.
Without an SD card your backup alternatives are less attractive...
thank for the reply , that whole boot up loop is what i wanna avoid lol. theres gotta be some general FAQ about bloatware somewhere aand what is safe to disable and what may cause what if.
Who's the carrier?
I looked at the package name viewer app and couldn't guess what the name is. It is listed on the device settings, but the "remote support" entry itself doesn't do anything so I guess I could just not click it ever. It just downloads the smart tutor app as soon as i click it though. It'd be nice to disable it like I did with digital wellbeing and parental controls entry though.Something like Autostarts can probably find it... if it works on 10/11.
Google is sucking hard.
My Disabler app names it outright otherwise I'd been doing what you are... guessing.
I'm running on Pie.
Any way to do this without a computerFound a couple of handy articles listing most of the bloat packages in Galaxy phones:
How to Remove Samsung Galaxy S20 Bloatware? - KrispiTech
If you want to remove bloatware on your Samsung Galaxy S10, S20, Note 10 or Galaxy Tab, here is a list of safe to remove Samsung bloatware.technastic.com
more tips and ready to use scripts:
The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are truly fantastic flagship phones – unfortunately they do come with a bit of bloatware, either from your carrier orappuals.com
Same method as above from XDA-own article: