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How to install Android applications and games with .apk file format on Samsung Galaxy Note II? Besides getting Android applications and games from Google Play Store, you can get 3rd party Android applications from Internet (example, XDA Forum). All of them are in apk file format. Same apply to applications and games that backup with ES File Explorer. You will get “Install blocked ~ For security, your phone is set to block installation of applications not obtained from Google Play” when try to install them. No worry, there is a way to install Android applications and games in apk format on Samsung Galaxy Note 2.

Install .apk apps & games on Samsung Galaxy Note 2

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Do you hate Bloatware (unnecessary features that are not used by end users, or generally use more system resources than necessary)? No worry, Google make a great move because you can remove them from Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich onward. Of course, Samsung Galaxy Note II with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean can do so too. So you can disable those unable to uninstall built-in applications like ChatON, Flipboard, Game Hub, Learning Hub and Readers Hub on your Samsung Galaxy Note 2.

Disable bloatware on Samsung Galaxy Note 2

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How to install Android applications and games in .apk format on Samsung Galaxy S III? This is the question that a new Android user will ask. You can get most of the Android applications and games in Google Play Store (previously Android Market). However, certain useful Android applications cannot be found in Google Play Store due to policy issue. And they are in .apk format. You will get Install blocked ~ For security, your phone is set to block installation of applications not obtained from Android Market when tried to install it. No worry, there is a way to install Android applications and games in apk format on Samsung Galaxy S3.

Install .apk apps & games on Samsung Galaxy S3

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How to remove bloatware on Google Nexus 7? Seriously, are there still bloatware on Nexus 7? It is already a very slim and clean stock Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS. Well, I use Nexus 7 as a gaming machine and Internet browsing tool. And use most of other stuffs on my smartphone. So there are several built-in applications are considered bloatware to me. For example, Currents, Earth, Email, Google+, Massager, People, Talk… Remove them might save some memory resources for better gaming.

Disable bloatware on Google Nexus 7

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Bloatware == unnecessary features that are not used by end users, or generally use more system resources than necessary. Everybody definition on bloatware is not the same. For example, ChatON on Samsung Galaxy S III is a bloatware to me because I don’t use it. However, it might be a very useful application to certain people. We can’t uninstall / remove this Samsung Galaxy S3 bloatware as it is built in as part of the firmware. Luckily, we can disable it from running as system service or process which eat up precious memory (part of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich feature. No root access is required to disable built-in system application).

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