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    Default Galaxy S4: Delete standard bell apps

    How do I remove the apps that come stock on my phone. All the crap from bell that I don't want like push to talk, bell TV, trip advisor, s health etc?

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    Default Re: Delete standard bell apps

    Quote Originally Posted by Jenna Williams View Post
    How do I remove the apps that come stock on my phone. All the crap from bell that I don't want like push to talk, bell TV, trip advisor, s health etc?

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    You would have to root your phone and use Titanium Backup to delete the apps.
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    Default Re: Delete standard bell apps

    App Drawer >> Menu Button >> Hide Apps

    (OR)

    Pull down Notification panel >> Settings (top right corner) >> More (4th tab) >> Application Manager >> All (slide towards xtreme right) >> Select App >> Disable it


    P.S You can disable all of them but cannot remove them.

    You need to flash a clean TW ROM by rooting (or)
    root it and uninstall all those apps with help of apps like titanium
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    Default Re: Galaxy S4: Delete standard bell apps

    Thanks guys I disabled them all. Stupid things

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    Default Re: Galaxy S4: Delete standard bell apps

    Quote Originally Posted by Jenna Williams View Post
    Thanks guys I disabled them all. Stupid things

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    That's good ol' Bell and their Bloatware! Switch to Telus! They only put like 2 apps on the phones and you can uninstall them without being rooted.
    THAT is the way it should be.
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    Default Re: Galaxy S4: Delete standard bell apps

    Hello
    Can you do a Factory reset? wouldn't that delete all Bell apps?
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    Default Re: Galaxy S4: Delete standard bell apps

    Quote Originally Posted by onvisa View Post
    Hello
    Can you do a Factory reset? wouldn't that delete all Bell apps?
    No, it's a Bell phone, it's Bloatware. If you reset it to Factory, you reset all the apps that came factory as well.
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    Default Re: Galaxy S4: Delete standard bell apps

    Quote Originally Posted by mhinc View Post
    That's good ol' Bell and their Bloatware! Switch to Telus! They only put like 2 apps on the phones and you can uninstall them without being rooted.
    THAT is the way it should be.
    Damn thats good.

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