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Android problem too many system apps

  Unless you're using Google's Pixel phones, your Android device is likely to be loaded with a lot of junk that you don't want—from unnecessary services provided by the manufacturer (hey, Samsung!) to crapola added by the carrier ( to use the very technical term). But fear not, because most of that can at least be hidden out of sight, if not completely eliminated.

The simplest way to do this is to search in the Applications section of the system settings to find the complete list of installed applications. When you see an app you don't want, tap on its name and then look for the Uninstall button - or, if it's not there, a disable command. You may not be able to completely get rid of everything this way (Bixby migration...), but you will be able to get rid of a fair amount of clutter.