As with other Android smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus has preloaded apps known as bloatware. Many people want to know how to remove bloatware on the Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20+ Plus that doesn’t exist. The fact that you can delete bloatware from your Galaxy S20 doesn’t make it faster or take up too much memory.
Some apps, such as Gmail and Google+, can be removed from the Galaxy S20 bloatware, including Play Store, Play Store, Google+, and Gmail. You can also remove bloatware apps, such as Samsung’s apps S Health and S Voice.
Some bloatware applications for Galaxy S20 are able to be uninstalled and deleted, while others can only be disabled. The disabled app will not appear in your App Drawer and it won’t run in background. But, it will still exist on your device.
Here’s a guide to how to disable and delete bloatware apps.
- Turn on your phone
- Go to the App Drawer
- Click the Edit button
- Select the Minus icons to delete apps