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Samsung will allow you to remove unwanted 'bloatware' on the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge [Update: not quite]

Update: According to the folks at MobileSyrup, it looks like you won't be able to fully remove pre-installed apps after all. Tapping on the "minus" button for pre-loaded apps (even those from Microsoft) simply disables them, rather than completely removing them. MobileSyrup demonstrates in the video below:

Original Story: Samsung will allow you remove most of the bloatware pre-installed on the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, offering a more streamlined experience.

Bloatware has been a common complaint amongst users for quite some time, but with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge Samsung looks to solve this issue, including the company's own apps.

Samsung Remove Apps

XDA Developers forum member Jeshter2000 shared the above screenshots that show the ability to uninstall a variety of apps, including content from Google, as well as Microsoft's OneDrive and Skype. Samsung's own apps, including S Voice and S Health, will also offer the option to be removed. Perfect for those who desire a more streamlined Android experience.

Any apps removed from the Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 edge will be available for download from the Google Play Store or Samsung's own Galaxy Apps marketplace.

Sources: XDA, Mobile Syrup; Via: ZDNet

225 Comments
  • Great news, even more reason to stick with my decision on getting the S6!
  • As someone who is considering between this phone and the One M9, this is indeed good news. It would be even better if they gave us the option to remove the gingerbread inspired touchwiz altogether. Thankfully Googles launcher, among others, semi takes care of this, it just doesn't give us the space back. Baby steps I suppose. Posted from my HTC One M8 via Android Central App
  • I think TouchWiz has mostly abandoned the Gingerbread look. I'm on Lollipop with my Note 4 and the experience is actually pretty great and doesn't annoy me at all like past iterations of the skin. I've noticed hardly any speed and very few aesthetic differences with a Moto X (2014) running stock Lollipop. Posted via the Android Central App
  • You're also forgetting that the Moto X 2014 is running the SD801 while the Note 4 has the SD805. The sheer fact that the Moto X 2014 is faster with a lower spec processor says it all. Meanwhile my Nexus 6 breezes by both phones. I used to have a Note 3 and I hated how laggy TW was coupled with the slow updates that got pushed out. I won't buy another Samsung unless they change but thats why Moto and Google make phones.
  • What a load of crap that is.
  • +1 Posted via the Android Central App
  • Hahaha cool story bro. Posted via the Android Central App
  • So, how long have you been a biased fan boy?
  • Go to bed, you're drunk via the beastly note 4
  • +1 Posted via the Android Central App
  • speed, i'll kind of give you. but aesthetics? dude, there is a huge difference between the way touchwiz and stock looks.
  • Ugh...looks like we were misinformed! dangit
  • Even if Sammy didn't add this feature, rooting would have fixed this but props to them for seeing what the tech community does on the reg.
  • I think the point is that the tech community is a minority. And there are a lot of people who would enjoy this capability without having to root. Myself included. After years to rooting and flashing and manipulating it is refreshing to have a phone work to my liking out of the box.
  • Exactly. I grown tired of rooting phones. Posted via the Android Central App
  • For the first time in year, I have too. I just want a phone that allows me to do what I want, without imposed limitations.
  • Well that's just removing the bloat so that's not a deal breaker for me.
  • I'm totally fine with disabling System Apps.
    It's when you can't disable them and they keep eating up RAM, Compute Cycles, and sometimes DATA, that really starts me to looking at root access. Galaxy Note 4 Galaxy S III
    LG G2
    If it ain't Tech, it ain't Right.
  • When have you ever not been able to disable system apps?  I mean, recently, not going back to Android 2.0 or something.  For some of these, I would prefer to be able to reclaim to internal storage space.
  • Move in the right direction. Posted via the Android Central App
  • i'm definitely buying this phone.
  • one more thing they need to do with AT&T. Do like Motorola and allow me to remove the carrier text from the notification bar at all times. Moto does this with AT&T. It's super annoying to see AT&T up there all the time like the iphone.
  • wait, downvote? Someone actually LIKES the carrier label
  • The downvoting is the stupidest idea that Android Central has.
  • Why, because your comments usually get downvoted? Posted via the Nexus 5
  • Not as much as yours do.
  • The irony is real here. Posted via the Nexus 5
  • I think he was just being sarcastic lol.
  • I'm pretty sure the stupidest idea AC has (an idea they share with virtually all other gadget blogs) is that you're screwed if you want to browse their mobile-oriented blog with a mobile. Just to make you install their website replacement app. Voting is stupid, too, but not anything nearly as stupid as ruining mobile browser experiences.
  • A couple of them have apps but just use feedly for it, android Central, android authority, pocketnow and more
  • i like the small AT&T notification. i get a sense of comfort knowing i'm connected to X network. and for international travel and in the age of dual-SIMs - this will become more important.
  • legendary Posted via Android Central App
  • nice. hopefully this trend continues to all manufacturers. ironically, i can't remove those Google apps (Games, Music, Newsstand, etc.) from my Nexus.
  • Doesn't seem all that odd. Samsung is at war with Google in a sense. They're all too happy to allow you to not use Google's services and favor theirs, while the Nexus is built as a vessel for Google's services.
  • I'm sure it's only a few Google apps, if not Amazon and all the manufacturers it there would just do the same thing and Google's hard work to improve Android would be for nothing. The difference between Sammy and Googy is that most people actually want to use Google's apps. The Nexus is one "vessel", but any manufacturer who uses and are part of their Google alliance services is a vessel. Via Nexus 6: "Takin updates for granted."
  • yes but Samsung allows you to remove the Samsung Apps too. yeah i get Google wants you to use their Apps/Services but it's still funny that the Nexus phone will now have less overall freedom to remove Apps than the Samsung phones. and what's my gain for using a Nexus? well one is no skin. but what about bargain price? not anymore. the gap may be getting narrowed. let's see what they do with TouchWiz.
  • Because people have been demanding the right to remove the Samsung apps. I'm sure Samsung's response was, "all right, but in that case we'll DEFINITELY make sure you can remove the Google apps." The main difference, as theShiz pointed out, is people actually use, and want to use, the Google apps. I don't know anyone who uses Samsung's apps after the first few weeks if they have a choice. And price difference was only an advantage of the Nexus line in the last couple of generations. They were initially nearly as expensive as anyone else.
  • The gain for me at this point is which device will give me the best experience overall, and which will be cared about (software wise) the longest after I drop down my hard earned cash? Via Nexus 6: "Takin updates for granted."
  • I get your meaning but I hardly call it a war. I would call it more of a competition for customers eyes.
  • It was hyperbole. But the impact is more than merely competition. Samsung wouldn't replace standard, built-in Windows functions on their computers with Samsung's. They're actively trying to hijack basic functionality to ensure lock-in to their products on somebody else's OS. Granted, part of the functionality of Android is that it's open to do that with. But it fractures the Android functionality when it's done. Locking users into Samsung's services reduces the utility of Android, and makes Samsung more their provider than Google, and makes it more and more plausible for Samsung to attempt to move people to their own OS eventually. It reminds me of Apple and Google's war over iOS and the functions that were tied to Google. Google's fighting to maintain a vital place in Android for everyone and to remind their users that a Galaxy phone is an ANDROID phone, while Samsung has been actively fighting to make their users forget it's anything but a Samsung Galaxy. That's not just competition. That's a battle for the perception of who's responsible for the core product itself. And I'm not necessarily knocking them for it. It's smart business. But it IS a tug-of-war, at minimum, between the companies and not merely competition. Particularly as they're not supposed to BE competitors. They're partners, just like Samsung is to Microsoft when they make a Windows laptop.
  • +1 Posted via the Android Central App
  • I can buy the tug-of-war analogy. Everyone wants the customers eyes on their product. It is not just Samsung though that is doing this. Perfect example DROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOIIIdddddd How many times have you heard in the past "Hey is that a droid?"? It is just been replaced by "Is that a galaxy?" when I am holding a M8 or whatever. I think in that instance though it is a branding thing more than anyone else. Samsung is looking for the initial purchase first then to keep them on the hook for the next purchase by sucking you into the ecosystem.
  • Ugh, the Droid thing is horrible, both the sound and the usage. But that's not what I was referring to. I'm talking about services lock-in. Where your data, your usage, your interaction all go through Samsung's arguably inferior alternatives instead of Google's typically (but admittedly not always) superior alternatives that help re-enforce Android's cohesion that iOS fans usually use as an advantage for their chosen platform. Yes, the point is get people to be trapped in their devices, but that's exactly my core point about why Google wouldn't want their services removed from their own phones, and why Samsung would be all too happy to allow Google's removed from theirs. That said, just as I would have assumed if the article wasn't so sure of itself, the update confirms that all this does is disable the apps. Which we could always do, just not necessarily as easily.
  • Very smart move. Samsung continues to impress me with the S6 decisions. Posted on my Samsung Galaxy Note 4 that is happy to not be on Lollipop.
  • Why? Because they're using a disabling feature that Google implemented in the first place with ICS? Via Nexus 6: "Takin updates for granted."
  • One of the reasons I moved away from Samsung and carrier phones. This is good news! Might have to check it out! Posted via Nexus 6!
  • He said using a phone where the preloaded manufacturer made apps can not be removed.... Irony? :D
  • >Hans Pederson: Yes. Because most people hate Google's apps since their apps and services are the reason Android has never taken off. Meanwhile double downed carrier and for sure Samsung's apps, are in high demand. Via Nexus 6: "Takin updates for granted."
  • Lol, i like the sarcasm!!. it's certainly true that there is too much samsung and carrier bloat on everything up to and including the note 4, it's so easy to disable all of it : ) the problem is many people don't know that, and shouldn't have to in order to have optimum performance in my opinion. This cutdown in bloat and abity to uninstall is great to see from samsung Posted via the Note 4 or Tab S 10.5
  • It really is though. I left my Note 3 for the Nexus. The 43+ apps and software I had turned off or never used was just insane, not to mention (why do people say that? We often mention the "not to mention" part right after that- digressed) the more immediate and longer-term support that I'd get for the Nexus. Samsung doing this is a big deal. Via Nexus 6: "Takin updates for granted."
  • Ya, the fast updates that nexus devices offer are a huge plus. Especially updates like the one you just got if you're using the stock ROM on your nexus 6. The the all out quad core mode gives a phenominal performance boost. Posted via the Note 4 or Tab S 10.5
  • I never asked for Google to install an app to sync my images, still my phone constantly asks me if i want to do that just because I'm using Google+, which you're almost forced to have if you want to be able to log into things like YouTube... So... The reason you're not hearing complaints is probably mostly because Google often "hide" apps and services inside apps. You know, the definition of bloat. I know it's not a huge issue, but, I still think it's a bit amusing that people think bloat from one company is better than bloat from another.
  • When your phone is powering up as soon as the little at&t shows up you know your back in business. I cant imagine anyone being bothered by that. Odd.
  • That's what the signal bars are for! (and maybe the little data indicator). Some of us hate cluttered notification trays! Posted via the Android Central App
  • This ^^^.
    For instance I hate that all/most skinned Android phones have the AM/PM in the bar taking up space. I know the difference between morning (afternoon) and night. The clean look of simply seeing the time without it on my Nexus is great. Unlike my previous Note 3 that just looked busy and cluttered up their. Having the ATT letters on my lock screen only-is fine for me. Via Nexus 6: "Takin updates for granted."
  • One of the many reasons I just use the 24 hour clock...
  • any word on if this is something they can push out to other phones. ala the Note 4?
  • That would be great if they could or would do this for the Note 4,god how I hate bloat ware on my phone Posted via the Android Central App
  • It takes up storage for sure!!! But but I'm sure you've also disabled most of it, which would be nice if everyone knew. On another subject. Maybe you already know this, because it actually applies to samsung phones and tablets in general, but I'm sharing it with every note 4 user anyway because there's a fix for its sometimes laggy recent apps button that doesn't require running ART on kitkat or using another ROM !!! Lol, Just disable the google "talkback" app through the application manager. Here's the jist of it in the link below. I just found out about about a half hour ago so I'm thrilled!! Lol http://www.phonearena.com/news/How-to-fix-the-recent-apps-button-lag-in-... Posted via the Note 4 or Tab S 10.5
  • Holy shit, good find. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Ya, thats what I said. And as it turns out, this applies to most samsung devices. It's been a little known secret for some time apparently. Posted via the Note 4 or Tab S 10.5
  • You said the Note 4 wasn't laggy. Now you dispute yourself. Too bad you find the need to disable Google Talk Back. I believe Google Talk Back are the voice prompts in Navigation and Google Now responses; some of Google's highest acclaimed features.
  • Nope. It's a service for blind people Posted via the Android Central App
  • You're right twolastnames. Thanks for the correction.
  • You are such an annoying little clown, Jimbo. And why not look up exactly what Talkback is instead of what you believe it is?? You're just rambling, Lmao. You must be like between 16-18 yrs. old right?? Now, be sure to not respond to this post and just go away. Posted via the Note 4 or Tab S 10.5
  • Placebo. Works at first then lag settles back in. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Nonsense Posted via the Note 4 or Tab S 10.5
  • Don't know what that page looked like a day ago, but now it's just a *huge* grid of ads...
  • +1M! My Note 4 needs THIS feature today! Posted via the Android Central App
  • Check this out...heeeeeell yeeeaaahh!!! If it doesn't take you directly to the link then just scroll down until you see the article about the note 4 recent apps lag fix http://www.phonearena.com/news/How-to-fix-the-recent-apps-button-lag-in-... Posted via the Note 4 or Tab S 10.5
  • They could if they pushed it as a major system update. But they're not gonna...
  • Sweet I can finally delete the bloatware that only takes up 20mb that I never see in my app drawer I hate bloatware as much as everyone else I just never really notice it Posted via the Android Central App
  • I think all mine disabled takes up 0mb. The Note 4 at least let's you uninstall updates, which makes the apps pretty well nothing. I'm not seeing the big deal. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Same I get its a good thing it has just never impacted me Posted via the Android Central App
  • Wow in one move Samsung went from being the worst bloatware offender to the phone to choose if you're looking to avoid it! Posted via the AC App on my LG G3
  • I think some of this is purely to streamline production and software. It's a requirement in South Korea to be able to nuke bloatware. I think Samsung just decided to make their lives easier by doing it everywhere and pretending it's a great feature by marketing it.
  • This. If you can turn regulation into your advantage then all the more power to you. Posted on my OnePlus One
  • Thank you Samsung for granting us this right to remove stuff people don't want on a device that you're charging $700 for.
    I thought after paying $700 for something I owned it but I guess not
  • Me too. I guess there is more to the fine print!!
  • This whole bloatware "issue" will forever be funny to me. People are incredibly bothered by apps that they don't ever use. It takes up space even though we can use sd cards for more space. And the icing on the cake, dude commented earlier that he wishes he could remove the att sign from the notification. lmao friggin incredible man
  • How about the constant "Updates Available" for the bloatware? I had seven of them nagging me the other day. Yes all of them are "Turn Off" etc. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Then they are not disabled. They may be hidden in the app drawer, but none of my disabled apps ask for updates. Posted via the Android Central App
  • +1
  • Not all bloatware applications have the ability to be transferred to a SD card. So where does it sit. Taking up ram and hard drive space for a program you don't need. Also as a FYI, the S6 won't have SD card capability. So where would you put the bloatware if Samsung didn't allow the removal of it? "friggin incredible man."
  • The Note 4 let's you uninstall updates, which takes the apps to 0mb. It's pretty well the same thing as this "new" feature. Posted via the Android Central App
  • You don't put it anywhere. You leave it on your phone and don't open it. It won't bother you, trust me. You guys can talk all you want about how it's your phone but unless you're making the phone yourself and have your own network, you will have to deal with companies imposing stuff and or offering things to you. "Taking up ram and hard drive space" Smh so what. You don't want these apps because it's such a convenience to your life but yet all of you download google updates that you know will make your phone worse. Countless people before you update and the stories of how bad it is see everywhere to be found but you scream and shout for your carrier to give it you you so you can experience just how terrible it is. You love that but you despise a few apps. Incredible
  • It's the principle. My device. my apps on it.
  • I'll tell you why this is a big deal for me. When I start my car, I have an app that automatically launches iHeart radio. Unfortunately, about 50% of the time, Play Music (Google) decides to jump in there and starts playing music from my storage on the phone! If I could disable the Play Music (which I can't currently do), I would not have this issue. It is not about storage space; it's about the performance of the device, itself.
  • On my s5 samsung's music Music app jumps in there and starts playing some stupid sound file like a ringtone or something that I cannot delete. I cannot disable that one either Posted via the Android Central App
  • wouldnt you be bothered if there was a teacup permanently fixed to your coffee table. or the hospital your children were born are branded on their forehead. it might sound extreme but your paying for these things you should have control over it.
  • "It takes up space even though we can use sd cards for more space." Good luck inserting an SD card into the S6. Let me know how that works out for you. Not only does bloatware take up precious limited internal storage, but a lot of the apps run in the background 24/7, unnecessarily bogging down the phone with background tasks you'll never use.
  • Your sir have earned a Twinkie. I wonder if illiterate people get the full effect of alphabet soup
  • Not everyone has an SD Card. I wonder if illiterate people get the full effect of alphabet soup
  • Good move Samsung Posted via the Android Central App on my 5.1 X Pure
  • This is huge Posted via the Android Central App
  • If I can finally remove some of those google apps I'll be a very happy fellow. Disabling doesn't really count though as that reactivates them on the next auto update
  • Hopefully this will include the suspect antivirus software too Posted via the Android Central App
  • All this bloat really hinders my life for the first day I have a new phone. Posted via the Android Central App
  • They're listening to consumers
  • Wouldn't be surprised if Verizon forces Samsung to make an exception for their bloat.
  • And it wouldn't be an android central post without generic Verizon hate comment Posted via the Android Central App
  • Perfectly warranted and he has a point against the worst carrier in the world.
  • U must have T-Mobile... Posted via the Android Central App
  • All the Verizon bloat uninstalls and disables without a problem. Posted via the Android Central App
  • The V's are not only the expensive, but the most evil and intrusive. They load your, I mean "their" phone with useless bloat and then charge you a premium monthly bill for it all. Let's not forget they wanted to patent the right to place cameras and mics hidden in your cable boxes. Via Nexus 6: "Takin updates for granted."
  • The Galaxy S5 already allows this. See #1.9 of S5 Lollipop Update Problems - Dummies Guide... http://androidforums.com/threads/s5-lollipop-update-problems-dummies-gui...
  • Not disable, remove.
  • hmm, if they do this with the next note, that will entice me to come back to a Samsung device.
  • Will need the return of removable batteries and MicroSD card slots for me to do that. Oh, and letting carriers bully them into locking the bootloader (as a result, I had to get a T-Mobile phone even though I'm on AT&T).
  • Great! This device just keeps getting better and better.
  • Why not just skip the carriers on the updates since they're going the way of the iPhone? Posted via the Android Central App
  • Can you uninstall TouchWhiz? It's only a half joke. I'd love the option to run stock.
  • At the end of the day, doesn't all come down to choice and options? The carriers and phone manufacturers can/will never make everyone happy. For as much as the "community" complains about bloatware, this is a step in the right direction that doesn't require root or hiding the apps many people love to complain about. I thought those who chose Android over IOS LOVED the ability to customize your Android experience? I am going to wait till the device launches and I can see the S6 and S6 Edge in person before making a decision.
  • sammy is making strides in the right direction. someone remove everything they wont use right out the box and tell us the system storage afterwards.
  • I'm guessing system storage won't be impacted by this in any way. Either the apps weren't installed to system to begin with, or this is actually merely disable masquerading as a true uninstall.
  • Every phone/tablet should offer this, or not come with bloatware in the first place. That's what makes Nexus so attractive.
  • Galaxy S6 looks to be a strong contender to finely ditch my Nexus devices... Posted via the Android Central App
  • Good going Samsung! Now they need to offer a way to remove AT&T crapware... Posted via Android Central App
  • This ^ Via Nexus 6: "Takin updates for granted."
  • How about sending a update to latest samsung flagships like the note4 and s5 to remove bloat.? That would be nice
  • Samsung has not and never will remove Samsung features bloat.
  • Your existence on AC is a disappointment Posted via the Note 4 or Tab S 10.5
  • How is that? Since i want to remove apps i dont use?
  • Since this is a software feature, I'm wondering why this was not implemented in Lollipop update for S5 and Note 4.
  • First do this for the note 4 and they will have my attention. I don't want to hear that I have to have a s6 to do this. I want to see an act of good will from Sammy with this on the note 4 because if the note 5 is going to be anything like the s6 then I may have to jump ship. Not knocking the s6,it looks quite Sexy. I'm just not excited for a possible 5.7inch variant of it with a pen. Posted on my Sexy Note 4
  • Great job Samsung...first thing I'll do is remove all Samsung apps. Love Google apps though but great to have choice.
  • if Samsung can let people remove bloatware from the S6,
    why not allow people to remove the battery as well?
  • Well because they designed.... ahhhhh forget it. Via Nexus 6: "Takin updates for granted."
  • And the SD card.
  • Going to be funny when the phone actually comes out and this is not the case.
  • Hate to pat myself on the back but....
  • +1 Posted via the Android Central App
  • If we could only remove Facebook.
  • Finally they get the picture Posted via the Android Central App
  • Finally! Posted via the Android Central App
  • S6 keeps sounding better and better! S6 going to eat M9's lunch this gen. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I have to admit, I was going to replace my M7 with an M9 this spring, but Samsung has really done a nice job with this phone. Much higher quality materials, better camera, wireless charging (!!!), and now this ability to disable apps. The S6 is making a real good argument!
  • Now I'm getting a Galaxy S6. Fuck all the other Android phones. I hope Samsung also puts a priority on updates as well. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Probably still in the carriers hands on that one. Via Nexus 6: "Takin updates for granted."
  • Only if Google puts a priority on bug free source code. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Free at last! Free at last! Thank God Almighty, we are free at last!
  • ...or not.
  • I.m getting Samsung Galaxy s6 Samsung is the best company
  • Wait I can DELETE Google+ and Newstand? TAKE MY MONEY! Seriously though, this is great news and hopefully some/all carrier apps can be removed as well. I find it hard to believe you will be able to remove Gapps in the final software though, so I'll wait and see for myself.
  • Why can you uninstall S Health and S Voice, but not S Planner? I'd like to be able to wipe out all the S hit on the phone!
  • Finally.
    Never thought Samsung would be the first that I hear that does this.
  • It seems that you can remove the Play Store as well as all the Google apps? I'm sure that's not allowed? This seems fishy... Posted via the Android Central App
  • Yeah I was going to say this...something doesn't seem right about this. There is no way to install Play store unless you flash google apps again but that requires custom recovery and unlocked bootloader. This doesn't look right, the minus symbol might just mean anything, hide the apps? Disable the apps? I'm pretty sure Google will not allow uninstalling its apps let alone uninstalling the Play store itself.
  • Where are you getting that info about "seems like" from? Via Nexus 6: "Takin updates for granted."
  • The images show a minus icon on the Google Apps as well as the Samsung apps. So, originally, it seemed that uninstalling the Play Store was an option. Turns out it just disables it. That makes a lot more sense. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Because of this-I'm definitely going S6. Posted via Android Central App
  • I'm on Windows Phone, but the fact I can finally get rid of Google services on my smartphone could be a good reason to switch to Android on a Galaxy S6.
    I'm only going to miss Cortana, is S-Voice so bad as they say? I haven't tried S-Voice before.
  • Google now is the way to go. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Cortana is supposed to be coming to the Play Store. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I wonder if this was done to assuage fears about the lack of expandable storage.
  • This is NOT TRUE, Android Central should do their homework. Many of those app pictured above when you click the minus sign you are only able to disable them not delete them completely
  • You have an S6? Posted via Android Central App with my LG G3
  • Plus if you go to mobilesyrupcom there's an article with video on it as well, so unless the US versions are different than the Canadian ones, not all bloatware apps can be deleted,
  • Nice !!! via AC App on VZW Moto X DE/N7
  • Waiting to see how the Samsung worshipers justify this. They were so proud of their master. I'm almost sad about it. Posted from my Droid Turbo, Kelly and Ozone
  • S6 > m9 But you already knew that via the beastly note 4
  • No, i don't know that and you don't either. Posted from my Droid Turbo, Kelly and Ozone
  • Bruh, be sensible and lay aside the pride and koolaide via the beastly note 4
  • What does the M9 have to do with his comment? Do you suffer from small penis syndrome? Posted via Android Central App
  • Kick rocks kid. I know what I'm doing here. Go play outside via the beastly note 4
  • Seems to me that this article should disappear given that there is nothing new here. Posted via the Android Central App