removes ads from one ui apps
Ads have become a common feature in smartphones, even in mid-range and budget devices. While it may be understandable for some brands, it is unacceptable for premium devices like Samsung phones. Recently, Samsung announced plans to remove ads from at least some of their smartphones. But is it a truly ad-free experience? Let's take a closer look.
- Most stock apps like dialer, messaging, camera, and settings do not have any ads.
- Gallery, calendar, calculator, file manager, and voice recorder also do not have any ads.
- Some apps like Game Center and Samsung Pay have promotions, but they are not very sneaky.
- The weather app used to have ads, but the latest updates seem to have removed them.
- The Samsung stock browser and some notifications may still have ads if not properly set up.
- Users can disable marketing and customization services in individual apps to remove ads.
While Samsung has made progress in removing ads, it is not yet a completely ad-free experience. Users can disable ads in individual apps, but it can be tedious to do so for every app. Samsung should strive to make their phones completely ad-free to provide a better user experience.
The First Apps To DELETE On Your Samsung Galaxy
If you've just purchased a Samsung Galaxy device, you might be overwhelmed with the number of pre-installed applications. In this article, we will discuss the applications that you should consider deleting to free up some storage on your device.
Apps to Delete:
1. Samsung folder: Go through the apps in this folder and determine which ones you don't use. Delete them to clear up space.
2. AR Zone: This app is not useful for most users and can be deleted.
3. Samsung Galaxy Shop: If you don't use this app, uninstall it.
4. Samsung Health: If you don't plan on using this app, delete it.
5. Microsoft apps: Determine if you will use these apps or not. If not, delete them.
6. Samsung Free: You can't uninstall this app, but you can stop it from running in the background.
7. Internet browser: This app cannot be uninstalled, but you can use a different browser if you prefer.
8. Zed application: If you don't plan on using this app, delete it.
Apps to Disable or Force Stop:
1. Android Auto: If you don't plan on using this app, force stop it to prevent it from running in the background.
2. AR Doodle: This app is not useful for most users and can be force stopped.
3. AR Emoji: If you don't plan on using this app, force stop it to prevent it from running in the background.
4. Bixby Voice: If you have the ability to uninstall this app, do so. Otherwise, force stop it.
By deleting or disabling unnecessary apps on your Samsung Galaxy device, you can free up some storage space and improve the overall performance of your device. Remember to only delete or force stop apps that you don't use and leave the core features of your phone alone.
Samsung OneUI 4.1 on Android 12: Key features
Exploring Samsung's One UI 4.1: A Comprehensive Overview
- Samsung's software package is one of the reasons why their phones are popular
- One UI 4.1 is the latest interface based on Android 12
- Let's explore the features for someone new to Samsung
- Interface design is straightforward with vivid colors and large icons
- Android 12 feature allows for extra customization through color palettes
- Notification shade with quick toggle options, device control, and media output buttons
- Google Discover news feed or Samsung Free media options
- App drawer or all apps on the home screen with always ready phone search
- Edge panel for shortcuts and split screen view
- Pre-installed apps include web browser with ad blocker, file manager, calendar, notes, gallery, game launcher, and Samsung Health
- Dual messenger and secure folder for privacy
- Samsung Dex for a PC-like interface and Link to Windows for phone operation through the computer
- Samsung keyboard with integration with Grammarly and new smart widget feature
- Camera's pro mode now works for all rear cameras and gallery app has object eraser and brightness boost toggle
- RAM Plus for extra storage as RAM
- Improved smart calendar and phone vibration with rhythm of ringtone
- S22 flagships get 4 OS updates and 5 years of security patches
- Monthly security updates and fast release of major software updates
- One UI 4.1 is one of our favorite interfaces with its distinct design and reliable app notifications
- Samsung's support and updates make their phones a good choice for users
- Thanks for watching and stay safe!
Ads in Samsung Phones WILL FINALLY STOP - Samsung confirms!
Samsung Removes Ads from Basic Apps: What We Know So Far
Samsung has confirmed that they will be removing ads from basic apps like Samsung Weather, Samsung Pay, and Samsung Themes by the end of this year. However, there are still some questions and concerns about this move.
- Samsung confirmed the removal of ads from basic apps in a statement to Android Authority.
- The update to remove ads will be available by the end of the year, but it is unclear if it will be available for all Samsung phones across the globe.
- There are still questions about whether the update will remove ads from all Samsung apps and push notifications.
- It is likely that the update will be an operating system update instead of an app update, and may coincide with the release of Samsung's next version of One UI.
- This move by Samsung is a positive one, and may inspire other companies like Xiaomi and Realme to minimize or remove ads from their devices.
Samsung's decision to remove ads from basic apps is a welcome one, but there are still some unanswered questions. We will have to wait and see if this update will be available for all Samsung phones and if it will remove ads from all Samsung apps and push notifications. Regardless, this move is a positive step towards a better user experience and may inspire other companies to follow suit.
[Solved] How to Disable Full Screen Random Ads on Samsung Phones
In this video, Rajat Gupta talks about how to disable and turn off full screen random pop-up ads on Samsung or Android phones. The cause of the problem is an infected app, but the solution is simple: uninstall the app. However, it can be difficult to determine which app is causing the problem. Rajat offers three solutions to help identify the culprit:
1. Click on the most recent button on the bottom left to see which app is treating the ad as an app.
2. Go to the Play Store and sort apps by the last used to see which app was recently installed or used.
3. Install Malwarebytes Anti-Malware from the Play Store and scan the phone to identify and uninstall the infected app.
Rajat demonstrates these solutions and confirms that uninstalling the app causing the problem will fix the issue. He encourages viewers to let him know which solution worked for them and to subscribe to his channel for more helpful videos.
How to debloat your Galaxy S22 Ultra with Universal Android Debloater
Hey everyone, Velen here with NSP Stik. Today I want to talk about the Universal Android Debloater, or UAD for short. Have you heard of it? Probably not, but it's a powerful tool that can improve your phone's battery performance and privacy. In this article, we'll go over what the UAD is, how it works, and how you can use it to remove bloatware from your phone.
- Introduce topic of UAD and its benefits
- Disclaimer about using the tool at your own risk
What is the Universal Android Debloater?
- Link to XDA forum article for more information
- Explanation of removing unnecessary and obscure system apps
- Benefits for battery performance, privacy, and security
- Quick search among all packages
- Uninstall system user packages manually or with bloat lists
- Reinstall system packages if needed
- ADB backup and restore
- Device brand detection and selection
- Root support and installation of alternative open source apps
- Supported manufacturers and carriers
How to Install and Use UAD:
- Link to GitHub repository
- Enable developer options and USB debugging on phone
- Install minimal ADB and fastboot
- Connect phone to PC and authorize connection
- Copy UAD files to minimal ADB folder
- Open UAD GUI and select packages to uninstall
- Recap of UAD benefits and how to use it
- Encourage caution and research before removing packages
- Question: Have you used the UAD before? Let us know in the comments!
Samsung Galaxy A50 Initial Setup & Disabling ADS in One UI
Hey guys, it's Gotham here and after a long time, I am using a Samsung phone. My last Samsung phone was the Note 2, and now I have the Samsung Galaxy A50. In this video, I'll show you the initial phone setup and also walk you through the settings that I prefer.
Setting up the Phone:
- Skip restoring data from another device
- Enable Wi-Fi
- Add Google account
- Set up face unlock
- Insert SIM cards and micro SD card
- Customize face unlock options
- Set up Samsung account
- Set up Samsung Pay mini
- Enable lockscreen stories
- Enable SIM card confirmation for calls
- Reorder quick settings toggles
- Enable weather widget
- Disable nearby device scanning
- Enable vibrate while ringing
- Change vibration pattern to Zig Zig Zig
- Use volume keys for media
- See all notifications
- Turn on battery percentage
- Enable adaptive brightness
- Enable AMOLED cinema
- Enable full screen gestures
- Enable accidental touch protection and touch sensitivity
- Turn on screen savers
- Choose wallpaper and theme
- Enable off screen stories
- Turn on always on display and customize clock style
- Enable face widget and Samsung pass
- Disable automatic unlock
Overall, I am impressed with the Samsung Galaxy A50 and its one UI. The setup process was straightforward, and the customization options are extensive. I look forward to using this phone and exploring its features further.