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South Koreans will have full control over their smartphones
Many modern smartphones come bundled with applications that are tightly woven into their memory. Remember even smartphone LG G Flex , in which as many as 84 applications sew and remove any of them is impossible. South Korean authorities have signed a bill that will force handset makers to lift the ban on the disposal of such applications.
We all love to stuff your favorite smartphone various “tweaks”, useful software, toys, but few people like it when manufacturers are trying to solve modern phones all over us and cram in the memory of our favorite bunch of completely unnecessary applications. Well would be if all this stuff, you could simply remove, but because “gifts” from producer tightly locked, and delete them from the phone often impossible.
According to the decision of the local authorities, without exception, smartphone manufacturers have to provide their products to end-users the ability to remove pre-installed applications. Of course, this law allows for some exceptions for critical applications that make possible the functioning of the operating system, as well as stores like Google Play and App Store. So, the user can not accidentally or unknowingly delete something vital.
This law was the result of the South Korean Ministry of Science and computer technology, which ruled that the users need much more flexibility and control over their acquisition of gadgets. Ministers also considered that such an initiative will improve the performance of mobile devices and reduces the flow of charge their batteries. And then you can not argue with them, because modern smartphones discharged so quickly that even though the house does not come out.
As already mentioned, no vital application of the law as a result of updates should not suffer. This subject is very difficult, because now have to carefully examine each device and preinstalled applications on it to weed out the important from the utterly useless. Some experts have expressed concern that the shell for Android like Samsung TouchWiz may also suffer as a result of such sweeps. But in any case, this is great news for all the people of South Korea, because soon they will have nearly complete control over their mobile devices.
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