Here finally is some respite for those who hate being bogged down by the sheer number of unwanted apps that manufacturers or various service providers cram the devices with. For the same has now been banned by the South Korean ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning. What this entails is that the apps should be allowed to be deleted if desired by the owner of the device though this won’t be applicable to those apps that allow for Wi-Fi connectivity, near field communication or App Store themselves. Nevertheless, this should still make for a great precedence for others to follow elsewhere in the world where bloatware is looked down upon almost unanimously. The next best thing users are left to do is root their device to get rid of the unwanted apps that opens some storage space though not everyone is technically competent enough to root their devices. The bloatware is often blamed for an unnecessary drain on the battery as well.
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