In this section you can find old articles from my Android opinion blog appydroid, as well as new articles from this area.
In this blog post, I want to share an alternative method for removing bloatware from your Android phone without the need for a PC. I discovered most of the apps during my recent adventure of migrating to a new phone. With the help of a few tools and some basic knowledge, you can debloat your phone and easily revert any changes if necessary.
Although my old smartphone is still in perfect condition, I have made the decision to upgrade to a new model: from a Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite to a Samsung Galaxy A54. Despite its current functionality, I opted to make the switch now, with the hope that the trade-in value will remain higher compared to what it would likely be in a year when it will likely decrease. And the A54 was on sale.
I’ve recently read a few posts where the authors have shared their smartphone stories. Then last week I got my hands on my very first smartphone again (I’m a bit of a hoarder when it comes to that and still own every single one of my smartphones) and figured why not blog about it? So here it is, my smartphone story.