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This is how you can free your Galaxy S5 from bloatware and TouchWiz


As with previous Samsung flagship devices, the recently launched Galaxy S5 handset comes with the company’s custom user interface on top of Android, as well as various bloatware apps, which buyers may not necessarily appreciate. Luckily, there is a way to better customize and manage the Android device, although it requires users to root their Galaxy S5 units in the process. SamMobile reports that many Galaxy S5 versions can be rooted, thanks to the work of recognized developer Chainfire, including several models launched in the U.S. Chainfire’s CF-Auto-Root tool works on the international Galaxy S5 models (SM-G900F and SM-900H,) Central and South American model (SM-G900M,) and on some North American versions including T-Mobile (SM-G900T,) Sprint (SM-G900P,) U.S. Cellular (SM-G900R4,), Metro PCS

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