Most of us have dealt with a glut of unwanted, pre-installed apps on our phones, but thankfully there is a solution to rid ourselves of most of them. Whether its a duplicate Samsung app or carrier bloatware, you can remove most of the offending apps by disabling or uninstalling them. Here’s how to get started.
How to remove unwanted apps from the app drawer
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The Galaxy S20 is capable of taking some great photos, but you might be confused at first to find that holding the shutter button down doesn’t take burst captures like it used to. Instead, it acts as a quick shortcut to shooting video without having to change camera modes. Don’t worry though, burst capture hasn’t been removed, it’s just gotten a new shortcut that’s just as easy to activate.
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