Remove Bloatware From Galaxy S10/S10+ (No Root Required)

Android OS is the most popular and customizable mobile operating system around the world. That’s why people mostly customization lovers and developers prefer the Android system and its devices. Due to the AOSP (Android Open Source Project) based on the Linux platform and now after getting Project Treble support, smartphone OEMs are trying to implement more things than users are expecting. Whereas, Stock Android UI running devices come with some preloaded Google Apps and Services only. Now, heavily customized Android skins are very popular in the smartphone industry like One UI, MIUI, ColorOS, EMUI, and more. Here in this article, we will share with you the steps to Remove Bloatware From Galaxy S10 (No Root Required).

The Samsung Galaxy S10 device came with Android 9.0 Pie on the top of One UI out-of-the-box. While the device comes with some useful and stock apps that will come in handy for most of the users. On the other side, Samsung has included some of the unwanted and unnecessary apps or services in the device as well. If you’re getting irritated with those preloaded apps known as Bloatware, then this article is for you.

[note type=”note”]You don’t need to unlock the bootloader or enable root access on your device in order to delete all the preloaded apps. As we will use the ADB and Fastboot method, so the Samsung KNOX Security or the Samsung Manufacturer Warranty won’t void.[/note]

List of System Apps Names (Package)

Bixby

com.samsung.android.bixby.wakeup

com.samsung.android.app.spage

com.samsung.android.app.routines

com.samsung.android.bixby.service

com.samsung.android.visionintelligence

com.samsung.android.bixby.agent

com.samsung.android.bixby.agent.dummy

com.samsung.android.bixbyvision.framework

Car Mode

com.samsung.android.drivelink.stub

General System Services

com.dsi.ant.sample.acquirechannels

com.dsi.ant.service.socket

com.dsi.ant.server

com.dsi.ant.plugins.antplus

com.android.egg

com.sec.android.easyonehand

com.sec.android.widgetapp.samsungapps

com.sec.android.app.launcher

com.samsung.android.mateagent

com.sec.android.easyMover.Agent

com.samsung.android.app.watchmanagerstub

com.sec.android.daemonapp

com.samsung.android.app.social

Gimmick Apps (AR Emoji, AR Core, Flipboard, Digital Wellbeing, AR Stickers, etc)

com.samsung.android.aremoji

com.google.ar.core

flipboard.boxer.app

com.samsung.android.wellbeing

com.samsung.android.da.daagent

com.samsung.android.service.livedrawing

com.sec.android.mimage.avatarstickers

Facebook

com.facebook.katana

com.facebook.system

com.facebook.appmanager

com.facebook.services

Printing Service

com.android.bips

com.google.android.printservice.recommendation

com.android.printspooler

Samsung Browser

com.sec.android.app.sbrowser

com.samsung.android.app.sbrowseredge

Samsung DEX

com.sec.android.desktopmode.uiservice

com.samsung.desktopsystemui

com.sec.android.app.desktoplauncher

Samsung E-mail

com.samsung.android.email.provider

com.wsomacp

Samsung Game Launcher

com.samsung.android.game.gamehome

com.enhance.gameservice

com.samsung.android.game.gametools

com.samsung.android.game.gos

com.samsung.android.gametuner.thin

Samsung Kids

com.samsung.android.kidsinstaller

com.samsung.android.app.camera.sticker.facearavatar.preload

Samsung LED Cover

com.samsung.android.app.ledbackcover

com.sec.android.cover.ledcover

Samsung Pass & Samsung Pay

com.samsung.android.samsungpassautofill

com.samsung.android.authfw

com.samsung.android.samsungpass

com.samsung.android.spay

com.samsung.android.spayfw

Gear VR

com.samsung.android.hmt.vrsvc

com.samsung.android.app.vrsetupwizardstub

com.samsung.android.hmt.vrshell

com.google.vr.vrcore

Edge

com.samsung.android.service.peoplestripe

Can’t find any particular app package name on the mentioned list? Then you should install the app called App Inspector from below and search for the app package name that you’re looking for.

[appbox googleplay bg.projectoria.appinspector]

Pre-Requirements:

[note type=”important”] RootMyGalaxy.net is not responsible for any damage happened to your device(s) while following this guide, proceed at your own risk. [/note]

How to Remove Bloatware From Galaxy S10/S10+ (No Root Required)

Remove Bloatware From Galaxy S10/S10+

  • Install the ADB & Fastboot tool on your computer. It’s necessary.
  • Enable ‘Developer Options’ and ‘USB Debugging’ option on your Samsung Galaxy S10 handset.
  • Next, connect the device to the computer using a USB Data Cable.
  • Open the installed ADB & Fastboot directory and open the ‘PowerShell window here’. (Press and hold Shift + right-mouse click on a blank space)
  • Check whether the device is connected in fastboot mode or not by typing the following command
adb devices
  • Allow USB Debugging on your device screen.
  • Next, open the ADB Shell by using the command below:
adb shell
  • Finally, type in the following command below with the actual app package name in order to completely remove that particular system app from your Samsung Galaxy S10.
pm uninstall -k –user 0 <app-package-name>

Note: Replace the app-package-name with the actual system app name (stock or third-party) properly. Like if you want to uninstall facebook from your device then you have to type:

pm uninstall -k --user 0 com.facebook.katana

pm uninstall -k --user 0 com.facebook.system

pm uninstall -k --user 0 com.facebook.appmanager

pm uninstall -k --user 0 com.facebook.services
  • That’s it. You will get a success message once the app package removed successfully.

We hope you’ve found this guide useful.

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