Hoping someone can help me track down an answer on this, I purchased a note 10+ through AT&T and it seems that the Samsung Game Launcher (which the discord integration and ability to stream from my homr computer) is a large portion of the reason I decided to upgrade from a Note 9. However, it doesn't appear to be present and isn't shown under the advance options. Is this an error on the manufacturer side or is this my provider removing critical features of the device in the software they permit on the device.
I understand that. However, my understanding was that it was going to be handled as a feature within the game launcher app. My main concern is the absense of the game launcher.
You can link Game Launcher and your Discord on the N10 now. I use beta builds of Discord and the feature is present. See attached image.
I think OP's concern is that Game Launcher isn't available at all whatsoever. I don't have the Game Launcher anymore either after switching from the S8+, just some garbage AT&T knockoff that is really there to try to show me ads for other games. Is AT&T blocking Game Launcher from their Note 10+'s? I tried going to download manually from the Galaxy Store and I can't find it at all, even when searching, and it no longer shows up as one of my apps. Still present and working on my old S8+.
Just got off with Samsung live chat - it's definitely not on my phone, has to be pre-installed on Note 10's, they have no record of any issues like this, they're escalating it and it "might" get added to future software updates. I would definitely contact them directly as well, so there's more reports of this not working for us on ATT. For what it's worth, ATT told me they never mess with software like that, which...lol. I'd also contact ATT and let them know how frustrating this is because if they did nuke it to have their own ad platform, I mean option, then customer dissatisfaction is probably all that will get them to reverse course.
Yeah, I just got off a chat, looks like AT&T is the one responsible for moving this. That's a pretty weak business practice to allow carriers to cut features out that are being used to market it in keynote pressers. It's an awesome phone, but I think I'm retuning mine and going to go see what Sony is up to with their Xperia line, lol.