So it boils down to: 1) Like most everyone else, Samsung will factory install bloatware on my new device. 2) I can try to remove the bloatware I don't want on my devise using Android Debug Bridge, but "For Zues' sake don't do it or you will destroy your device." 3) There is a pay app (Samsung Package Disabler) that could remove the bloatware, but "For Zues' sake don't do it or you will destroy your device." It seems that the intention is to keep the blaotware on the device, have the bloatware active in the background accessing things I may not want it to access and using CPU cycles that bog down response and use up battery charge. Samsung, you could do better for your customers.
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