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    Post What is SNS in App Manager?

    Dear Greetings.
    What is SNS? It is in my App Manager Folder. Its Icon is same to facebook icon.
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    I think it's Samsung Network Sync or Social Network Sync. It's Samsung's vehicle for syncing social network etc. details to your phone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Flowers View Post
    I think it's Samsung Network Sync or Social Network Sync. It's Samsung's vehicle for syncing social network etc. details to your phone.

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    it really doesnt have anything to do with Samsung, it is social network service though.

    SNS (Social network service) - Mobile terms glossary - GSMArena.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoNexus View Post
    it really doesnt have anything to do with Samsung, it is social network service though.

    SNS (Social network service) - Mobile terms glossary - GSMArena.com
    yup SNS means Social network Service
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    Hm... I thought this is a virus, because it was constantly (several times per day) showing notification like "Your FB session has expired, please login again", and if I tap the notification - it would show a "login page". Surprisingly, I could continue using FB at the same time without problem. This looked like an attempt to steal my password, that's why I disabled this stupid SNS, but there is no possibility to delete it.

    Now while looking about what is this app and how to remove it easily - I find this thread which says it's useful good app. Hm... I still doubt it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Igor Kirtak View Post
    Hm... I thought this is a virus, because it was constantly (several times per day) showing notification like "Your FB session has expired, please login again", and if I tap the notification - it would show a "login page". Surprisingly, I could continue using FB at the same time without problem. This looked like an attempt to steal my password, that's why I disabled this stupid SNS, but there is no possibility to delete it.

    Now while looking about what is this app and how to remove it easily - I find this thread which says it's useful good app. Hm... I still doubt it.
    LOL! I consider Facebook a "virus". I went from joining FB a few years ago, to adding lots of friends, to getting annoyed with all the postings, to deleting all but family, to just giving up FB completely. When there is something noteworthy going on in the family, my wife tells me about it using her FB.
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    Yeah, it is possible to delete it. Apparently just do a factory reset on your tablet.
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    you see SNS is a korean message app

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