The Samsung Galaxy J7 comes with preloaded apps called bloatware. Some want to know how delete bloatware from the Galaxy J7 is because many believe that these apps take up storage. But it’s important to note that when you delete and disable bloatware from the Galaxy J7, you don’t get that much more extra space on the smartphone to install other apps.
It’s possible to delete Galaxy J7 bloatware including any of Google apps like Gmail, Google+, Play Store and others. Also you can remove bloatware apps like Samsung’s apps S Health, S Voice and others. It’s unknown if Samsung is allowing Galaxy J7 users to remove them because of a local law in South Korea, which says that smartphone makers must let customers uninstall most apps found on a device, including some the ones mentioned before.
Some Galaxy J7 bloatware apps can be deleted and uninstalled, but others can only be disabled. A disabled app won’t appear in your app drawer and won’t be able to run in the background, but it will still be present on the device.
The following is a guide on how to delete and disable bloatware apps:
- Turn on the Galaxy J7
- Open the app drawer and select the edit button
- Minus icons will appear on any app that can be uninstalled or disable
- Select the minus icon on the apps you wish to delete or disable