Hot Take Bloatware pushes the Galaxy S23 Android OS to an incredible 60GB

roger_m

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roger_m you should read this



The good thing is you root your phone (I'm not up to date on rooting or how far it's advanced), so I guess less of a worry?
Unfortunately rooting by itself makes no difference. But there may be some privacy tools which can block access to tracking addresses.
 

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Unfortunately rooting by itself makes no difference. But there may be some privacy tools which can block access to tracking addresses.

There are steps to take to block/delete trackers with rooting. Rooting allows this opportunity as compared to non-rooted phones

1) Root the phone
2) Install apps with no trackers

3) Use Warden or App Manager or TrackerControl to block/delete trackers for rooted phone from Droid-ify
 
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