With Galaxy S9 gross sales slumping, Samsung wishes to search out new tactics to deliver extra customers on board. To that finish, the impending Galaxy Note 9 is bound to search out an target audience, however the corporate could be taking pictures itself within the foot with an archaic apply that isn’t going to make somebody need to purchase a Galaxy telephone. As reported by means of XDA-Developers previous this week, Samsung continues to be bombarding Galaxy users with ads delivered by the use of push notifications.
This isn’t the primary time we’ve written about this — actually,^( masking the similar subject. The proven fact that we’re nonetheless writing about this in 2018 is amazing, however the Samsung Push Service is alive and neatly, as XDA-Developers’ Max Weinbach came upon this week whilst the usage of his Galaxy S9.
On Tuesday, Weinbach gained a notification on his Galaxy S9 providing him a $100 cut price at the Galaxy Tab S3. This wasn’t a unique be offering for Samsung software homeowners both — somebody can get the pill for $449.99. So no longer handiest is the advert invasive (and useless), however remember the fact that the Galaxy Tab S4 may just arrive any time now.^( and ^( had been spreading unexpectedly over the last few weeks for Samsung’s subsequent pill, and but Samsung is bugging its personal paying consumers with ads a couple of pill which may be out of date by the point it in reality ships.
The just right information is that you’ll be able to disable the Samsung Push Service altogether if you happen to’re unwell of seeing those ads. You will wish to use Android Debug Bridge (XDA-Developers has a information right here), however upon getting this system put in, simply open it up and run the next command to stop ads from showing in your telephone:
adb shell pm uninstall -k –consumer 0 com.sec.spp.push
It’s arduous to imagine that is essential in 2018, particularly as Samsung tries to triumph over the keenness hole between itself and Apple. That mentioned, we’d be stunned if the Samsung Push Service didn’t send with the Note 9.