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T-mobile update installed the mcm client along with carrier hub, carrier device manager and mobile installer. These are sprint apps and services. Mobile installer is used by sprint to automatically install apps, mostly apps we don't really want, on their branded phones. T-mobile has a similar app called app selector. Mcm client is sprint mobile content management. It updates everything a sprint branded phone has installed, apps, branding and features ect.
In system settings, location at the bottom of the menu I have a new entry network data analytics. When I open it it states its disabled. It writes a log file every time. Doesn't show a notification just writes the file.
I expected they would remove these with the December security update but they're still there and can't be disabled or uninstalled. I turned off the notification for the one sending that, Removed the permissions that I could but we really shouldn't have to all this. I'd prefer not to have these on my galaxy.
Thanks Again Honey Pie