Question Samsung Fold 4 Debloat

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ggrant3876

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I'm using Package Disabler, used to be in the app store but now it's cloud based. Used it on my Note 10, Note 20 and have just started to debloat the Fold 4 with no issues. Just have to be careful what you select as it may have something to do with something you use. Fairly inexpensive and works. Also don't need a PC so you can disable on the fly.
 
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krakadzil

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May I know what are the packages that you uninstall pls? Thanks!


com.samsung.android.app.settings.bixby
com.samsung.systemui.bixby2
com.samsung.android.bixby.service
com.samsung.android.bixby.agent
com.samsung.android.bixbyvision.framework
com.samsung.android.bixby.wakeup
com.samsung.android.app.settings.bixby
com.samsung.android.app.spage

com.facebook.services
com.facebook.system
com.facebook.appmanager

de.axelspringer.yana.zeropage
 

ggrant3876

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I've debloated quite a few with no issues at all. Here's my lists.
 

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ramadugu

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I'm using Package Disabler, used to be in the app store but now it's cloud based. Used it on my Note 10, Note 20 and have just started to debloat the Fold 4 with no issues. Just have to be careful what you select as it may have something to do with something you use. Fairly inexpensive and works. Also don't need a PC so you can disable on the fly.
Hi, this website isn't opening. Is there a place from where i can download this app? Thanks!
 

ggrant3876

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Hi, this website isn't opening. Is there a place from where i can download this app? Thanks!
I don't believe there is. I always have to use my PC and transfer to the phone. Just tried again on my PC and the site might be down for maintenance, there's a separate DL site and it's not responding either. I'll email them and see if I get a reply.
 
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Bigmille

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Been using ADB App Control for my least 3 Samsung phones, Fold 4, Flip 3 and S10+ to freeze apps. Never had any issues, and the extended (paid) version is worth the money, better than some app on the Google Play that needs to rebuy after a major
software version update.
 
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ggrant3876

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Thank you, I used the this app on my windows 10 machine and was able to delete using that app.
The site is back live again. The only problem with the other app touted here, ADP App Control is that you can't disable on the fly..................you need a PC to make it work.
 
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xT29c

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I highly recommend ADB AppControl, or any other PC method of disabling bloatware on your phone.
Reason being, if you happen to disable something critical for the phone to operate like normal, like what I did...., then you still have a chance to revert your changes, and avoid having to reset your phone. If I had made the same mistake using an app on my phone to disable bloat, I would have been forced to factory reset!
 

ggrant3876

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I highly recommend ADB AppControl, or any other PC method of disabling bloatware on your phone.
Reason being, if you happen to disable something critical for the phone to operate like normal, like what I did...., then you still have a chance to revert your changes, and avoid having to reset your phone. If I had made the same mistake using an app on my phone to disable bloat, I would have been forced to factory reset!
I respectfully disagree, with the app you can re-enable immediately and not have to wait until you get home to your PC. I have disabled a system I shouldn't and was able to fix it on the fly without a PC or a factory data reset. I have no issues with adb app control but I don't want to have to rely on a PC when I'm away from home. I am proficient in using adb and even that can be reversed without FDR!
 
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