List of Samsung bloatware safe to remove

Bloatware is commonly defined as software that is preloaded on a machine (computer, notebook, tablet, laptop, smartphone, etc.) or is packaged with other programs, generally by the machine’s manufacturer. Here we are providing list of Samsung bloatware safe to remove.

Bloatware is frequently unwanted and despised by consumers. Most of the time, they won’t utilize the bloatware in any way. More frustrating is that the bloatware will grow in size, consuming more resources of the device and slowing down your machine.

As a result, many individuals are in desperate need of eradicating bloatware from their equipment, particularly their smartphones, which constantly run out of storage capacity and ram, leaving them vulnerable to garbage programs.

Many preloaded programs are preinstalled on Samsung devices and Galaxy Tablets, most of which are worthless to the consumer. Bloatware is a term for these kinds of software, and since they are downloaded as system apps, they do not have an uninstalling option. The following is a comprehensive list of Samsung bloatware that may be safely removed. Because there isn’t a bloat clean-up tool available, we’ll use ADB commands to deactivate and delete system programs without having to root. 

Here in this article, we are going to talk about all the bloatware present in the Samsung devices, and how to get rid of this bloatware without rooting your Samsung smartphones and/or devices

List of Samsung bloatware safe to remove
List of Samsung bloatware safe to remove

Whichever Samsung smartphone you possess, it’s bound to be bloated. If you have a rooted Samsung phone, you may use applications like Bloatware Remover and System App Remover to remove unwanted system apps without having to use a computer.

Why should we remove or delete or uninstall these programs from our Samsung devices like Samsung smartphones, Samsung Galaxy tablets, etc.?

There are several answers to that question.

  • Bloat applications clog up the app switcher needlessly.
  • Pre-installed apps take up too much space on the system memory of your device.
  • In the background, bloatware drains internet and battery capacity.
  • Several pre-installed programs might jeopardize your security.
  • Bloat applications use up system capabilities in the background, slowing down your smartphone.

The list of Samsung smartphones containing the bloatware is mentioned below in the list

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9
  • Samsung Galaxy Fold
  • Samsung Galaxy A30
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 LTE
  • Samsung Galaxy M21
  • Samsung Galaxy S10
  • Samsung Galaxy 80
  • Samsung Galaxy S8
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy S20
  • Samsung Galaxy A50
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S7
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
  • Samsung Galaxy S9
  • Samsung Galaxy M51
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2020) LTE
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2019)
  • Samsung Galaxy S21
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9
  • Samsung Galaxy M31

The bloatware present in these Samsung devices is mentioned below, in a listed manner for your convenience –

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Contents

Google Bloatware

Bloatware nameBloatware Purpose/Function
com.google.android.apps.photos  Google Photos
com.google.android.youtubeYoutube
com.google.android.tts  Text-to-speech
com.google.android.apps.tachyon  Google Duo
com.google.android.printservice.recommendation  Mobile Printing
com.google.android.feedback  Feedback app
com.google.android.syncadapters.calendar  Calendar Sync
com.google.android.inputmethod.latin  Gboard
com.google.android.apps.wellbeing  Digital Wellbeing
com.google.android.gm  Gmail
com.google.android.videos  Google Play Movies & TV
com.google.android.apps.maps  Google Maps
com.google.android.apps.docs  Google Docs
com.google.ar.lens  AR Lens
com.google.android.googlequicksearchbox  Google Quick Search
com.google.android.marvin.talkback  Talkback feature

Android Bloatware

Bloatware nameBloatware purpose/Function
com.android.egg  Android Easter Egg
com.android.bookmarkprovider  Bookmark Provider
com.android.calendar  Calendar app
com.android.cellbroadcastreceiver  Cell broadcasting
com.android.statementservice  Checks APK files
com.android.chrome  Chrome Browser
com.android.bips  Default Printing Service
com.android.wallpaper.livepicker  Live wallpaper
com.android.mms.service  MMS
com.android.mms  MMS app
com.android.hotwordenrollment.okgoogle  OK Google
com.android.dreams.basic  Screensaver app
com.android.dreams.phototable  Screensaver app
com.android.stk  SIM Tool-kit
com.android.emergency  SOS Calling
com.android.deskclock  Stock Clock app
com.android.vpndialogs  VPN Dialog
com.android.wallpaperbackup  Wallpaper backup feature
com.android.wallpapercropper  Wallpaper cropping feature
 com.android.browser  Web Browser
com.android.providers.partnerbookmarks
Com.Samsung.Android.Dialer
com.sec.android.app.chromecustomizations
com.android.cellbroadcastreceiver.overlay.common
com.android.providers.downloads.ui
com.android.sharedstoragebackup

Samsung Bixby Bloatware

BloatwareBloatware Purpose/Function
com.samsung.android.app.spage   Bixby homepage launcher
com.samsung.android.app.routines   Bixby Routines
com.samsung.android.bixby.service   Bixby features
com.samsung.android.visionintelligence   Bixby Vision
com.samsung.android.bixby.agent   Bixby Voice
com.samsung.android.bixby.agent.dummy   Bixby debug app
com.samsung.android.bixbyvision.framework   Bixby Vision

ANT+ Service Apps

Bloatware name
com.dsi.ant.sample.acquirechannels
com.dsi.ant.service.socket
com.dsi.ant.server
com.dsi.ant.plugins.antplus

Bloatware related to the Samsung Pay:

BloatwareBloatware purpose/Function
com.samsung.android.authfwSamsung Authentication
com.samsung.android.samsungpassautofillSamsung Auto fill
com.samsung.android.spayfwSamsung Pay Framework (sensitive)
com.samsung.android.samsungpassSamsung Pass
com.samsung.android.spaySamsung Pay (sensitive)

Bloatwares of some miscellaneous apps:

BloatwareBloatware purpose/Function
com.samsung.android.da.daagent Dual Messenger
com.samsung.android.service.livedrawing  Live Message (Note series bloat)
com.samsung.android.wellbeing  Digital wellbeing
flipboard.boxer.app  Flipboard app

Kids mode of Samsung contains the following bloatware

BloatwareBloatware purpose/Function
com.samsung.android.app.camera.sticker.facearavatar.preload  Camera stickers
com.samsung.android.kidsinstaller 
com.sec.android.app.kidshome  Kids Home launcher

System Bloatware present on Samsung devices–

BloatwareBloatware Purpose/Function
com.samsung.android.service.aircommand   Air command (Note series bloat)
Com.samsung.android.honeyboardFor Keyboard
com.samsung.android.app.aodservice   Always on Display
com.samsung.android.ardrawing   AR Doodle
com.mobeam.barcodeService   Barcode scanner
com.samsung.hidden.china   China Hidden Menu (Chinese Spyware)
com.samsung.android.widgetapp.yahooedge.finance   Finance widget
com.samsung.android.mateagent   Galaxy Friends
com.samsung.android.sdk.handwriting   Galaxy Note series bloat
com.samsung.android.app.watchmanagerstub   Galaxy Watch
com.sec.android.widgetapp.samsungapps   Homescreen widget
com.samsung.android.messagingMessage app
com.samsung.android.universalswitch   Mobile Universal Switch
com.sec.android.easyonehand   One hand mode
com.samsung.safetyinformation   Saftey Information
com.samsung.android.authfw   Samsung Authentication
com.samsung.android.samsungpassautofill   Samsung Auto fill
com.sec.android.app.popupcalculator   Samsung Calculator
com.samsung.android.drivelink.stub   Samsung Car Mode
com.samsung.android.scloud   Samsung Cloud
com.sec.android.app.dexonpc   Samsung Dex
com.samsung.android.email.provider   Samsung Email
com.wsomacp   Samsung Email
com.sec.android.app.sbrowser   Samsung Internet
com.samsung.android.voc   Samsung Members
com.samsung.android.samsungpass   Samsung Pass
com.samsung.android.spay   Samsung Pay (sensitive)
com.samsung.android.spayfw   Samsung Pay Framework (sensitive)
com.samsung.ecomm.global   Samsung Shop
com.sec.android.easyMover.Agent   Samsung Smart Switchz
com.samsung.app.highlightplayer   Samsung Story Video Editor
com.samsung.storyservice   Samsung StoryService (Tracks device activity)
com.samsung.android.svoiceime   Samsung Voice Input
com.samsung.android.app.dressroomSamsung Wallpapers
com.sec.android.daemonapp   Samsung Weather
com.samsung.android.oneconnect   Smart Things
com.samsung.android.widgetapp.yahooedge.sport   Sports widget
com.samsung.android.beaconmanager   User tracking app (sensitive)
com.samsung.android.visioncloudagent    VisionCloudAgent
com.sec.android.app.voicenote   Voice Recorder
com.samsung.android.app.social   What’s New
com.samsung.android.sdk.professionalaudio.utility.jammonitor

AR emoji services bloatware of Samsung

com.samsung.android.aremoji  AR Emoji
com.samsung.android.emojiupdater  Emoji updater
com.sec.android.mimage.avatarstickers  Stickers for AR Emoji app

Sticker centre of Samsung

  • com.samsung.android.app.camera.sticker.facear.preload
  • com.samsung.android.app.camera.sticker.facearexpression.preload
  • com.samsung.android.app.camera.sticker.facearframe.preload
  • com.samsung.android.app.camera.sticker.stamp.preload
  • com.samsung.android.stickercenter
  • com.samsung.android.stickerplugin
  • Com.samsung.android.incallui
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Facebook bloatware

  • com.facebook.appmanager
  • com.facebook.katana
  • com.facebook.services
  • com.facebook.system

Printing Service Components

  • com.android.bips
  • com.android.printspooler
  • com.google.android.printservice.recommendation

Game Launcher & Settings of Samsung

  • com.enhance.gameservice
  • com.samsung.android.game.gamehome
  • com.samsung.android.game.gametools
  • com.samsung.android.game.gos
  • com.samsung.android.gametuner.thin

Gear VR of Samsung

  • com.google.vr.vrcore
  • com.samsung.android.app.vrsetupwizardstub
  • com.samsung.android.hmt.vrshell
  • com.samsung.android.hmt.vrsvc

Edge display of Samsung

BloatwareBloatware purpose
com.samsung.android.app.appsedge   App panel plugin for Edge display
com.samsung.android.service.peoplestripe   Edge panel plugin for contacts
com.samsung.android.app.sbrowseredge   Edge panel plugin for Samsung Internet
com.cnn.mobile.android.phone.edgepanel 

Samsung Dex bloatware

  • com.samsung.desktopsystemui
  • com.sec.android.app.desktoplauncher
  • com.sec.android.desktopmode.uiservice

Verizon bloatware

BloatwareBloatware purpose/Function
com.asurion.android.verizon.vmsDigital Secure
com.vzw.hss.myverizonMy Verizon
com.vcast.mediamanagerVerizon Cloud
com.motricity.verizon.ssodownloadableVerizon Login
com.vzw.hs.android.modliteVerizon Tones
com.samsung.vvmVisual Voicemail
com.vznavigator.[You_Model_Here]VZ Navigator
com.samsung.vmmhux 

AT&T bloatware of Samsung

BloatwareBloatware purpose/Function
com.asurion.android.protech.att    AT&T ProTech
com.att.android.attsmartwifi    AT&T Smart Wi-Fi
com.att.dh    Device Help
com.att.dtv.shaderemote    DIRECTV Remote App
com.att.myWireless    myAT&T
com.att.tv    AT&T TV
com.samsung.attvvm    Samsung AT&T Visual Voicemail

Some other bloatware of Samsung devices

BloatwareBloatware purpose/Function
com.audible.applicationAudible
com.bleacherreport.android.teamstreamBleacher Report
com.cnn.mobile.android.phoneCNN Mobile
com.microsoft.skydriveMicrosoft OneDrive
co.hunge.app 
com.android.documentsui 
com.drivemode 
com.foxnextgames.m3 
com.google.android.dialer 
com.greatbigstory.greatbigstory 
com.gsn.android.tripeaks 
com.innogames.foeandroid 
com.linkedin.android 
com.pandora.android 
com.playstudios.popslots 
com.samsung.android.app.contacts 
com.samsung.android.calendar 
com.samsung.android.service.livedrawing 
com.sec.penup 
com.synchronoss.dcs.att.r2g 
com.wavemarket.waplauncher 
com.wb.goog.dcuniverse 
com.wb.goog.got.conquest 
jp.gocro.smartnews.android 
net.aetherpal.device 

How to delete bloatware in Samsung devices?

After learning about all of Samsung Bloatware’s flaws, you’re probably looking for a solution to get rid of it.

However, before you remove them, make sure you know the name of the program package you wish to remove. In order for you to learn to look up the names of app packages? So, we’ve discussed three approaches of perceiving app package names. These are the following methods –

1. Making use of ADB commands-

  • Start up the command prompt or PowerShell Window on your Laptop or computer using the ADB command.
  • Connect the Samsung device to the PC or laptop and enable “USB Debugging” on the device.
  • Then use these ADB Shell commands: “ADB shell pm list packages” to obtain a list of all applications, “ADB shell pm listing packages – s” to get a list of system apps, and “ADB shell pm listing package grep ‘Samsung’ and you get a list of all the Samsung applications.
  • The package names will now appear on your device. All of these should be copied and pasted into a document from the PowerShell window.
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2. Using Android Apps-

  • Software Inspector, Package Name Viewer 2.0, and Package Browser are just a few of the Android applications present on the Google Play Store application that you may use to identify the app package name on your Samsung device.
  • This is the most basic method you may use.

3. Making the use of the Play Store URL address-

  • Another method for locating the application package name is to use the app’s URL. All you have to do is go to the Google Play Store application on your computer and look for the app.
  • Some of the less-complicated methods for seeing the application package names on a device are given. To complete the procedure, choose one technique and complete the step-by-step instructions.

When one gets a new Samsung phone or device, the device is most likely flooded by various bloatware and they consume the storage of your phone or device and slow down your phone or device. When you consider deleting these bloatware, multiple doubts and questions that may arise. In order to answer these common questions, and solve the most common doubts, the Frequently asked questions or the FAQs on the “How to delete these bloatware in the Samsung devices” error are given below. The answers to these Frequently asked questions or FAQs are also given.

Conclusion

Bloatware is frequently unwanted and despised by consumers. Most of the time, they won’t utilise the bloatware in any way. More frustrating is that the bloatware will grow in size, consuming more resources of the device and slowing down your machine.

As a result, many individuals are in desperate need of eradicating bloatware from their equipment, particularly their smartphones, which constantly run out of storage capacity and ram, leaving them vulnerable to garbage programs.

All the bloatware that are present on Samsung smartphones, phones, and other devices like tablets, note series smartphones are mentioned in this list of Samsung bloatware safe to remove.

Also, the various ways to eradicate or remove these bloatware completely from your Samsung smartphones, phones, and other devices like tablets, note series smartphones are mentioned in this article.

Frequently Asked Questions

The most common questions arising when you get “How to delete these bloatware in the Samsung devices”  along with their answers or solutions are given below-

What is meant by a bloatware and why is it present in my Samsung device?

Bloatware is commonly defined as software that is preloaded on a machine (computer, notebook, tablet, laptop, smartphone, etc.) or is packaged with other programs, generally by the machine’s manufacturer.
Bloatware is frequently unwanted and despised by consumers. Most of the time, they won’t utilise the bloatware in any way. More frustrating is that the bloatware will grow in size, consuming more resources of the device and slowing down your machine.
As a result, many individuals are in desperate need of eradicating bloatware from their equipment, particularly their smartphones, which constantly run out of storage capacity and ram, leaving them vulnerable to garbage programs.
Many preloaded programs are preinstalled on Samsung devices and Galaxy Tablets, most of which are worthless to the consumer. Bloatware is a term for these kinds of software, and since they are downloaded as system apps, they do not have an uninstalling option. The following is a comprehensive list of Samsung bloatware which may be safely removed. Because there isn’t a bloat clean up tool available, we’ll use ADB commands to deactivate and delete system programs without having to root.

How to delete these bloatware in the Samsung devices?

After learning about all of Samsung Bloatware’s flaws, you’re probably looking for a solution to get rid of it.
However, before you remove them, make sure you know the name of the program package you wish to remove. In order for you to learn to look up the names of app packages? So, we’ve discussed three approaches of perceiving app package names. These are the following methods –
Making use of ADB commands –
1. Start up the command prompt or PowerShell Window on your Laptop or computer using the ADB command-
2. Connect the Samsung device to the PC or laptop and enable “USB Debugging” on the device.
3. Then use this ADB Shell commands: “ADB shell pm list packages” to obtain a list of all applications, “ADB shell pm listing packages – s” to get a list of system apps, and “ADB shell pm listing package grep ‘Samsung’ and you get a list of all the Samsung applications.
4. The package names will now appear on your device. All of these should be copied and pasted into a document from the PowerShell window.

What are some other ways to delete this bloatware in the Samsung devices?

Using Android Apps: Software Inspector, Package Name Viewer 2.0, and Package Browser are just a few of the Android applications present on the Google Play Store application that you may use to identify the app package name on your Samsung device. This is the most basic method you may use.
Making the use of the Play Store URL address: Another method for locating the application package name is to use the app’s URL. All you have to do is go to the Google Play Store application on your computer and look for the app.
Some of the less-complicated methods for seeing the application package names on a device are given. To complete the procedure, choose one technique and complete the step-by-step instructions.

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