Bloatware Many miss the point, how about I'd like to chose my own scanner? I don't need two. I'd like to be able to delete all bloatware putting it on the phone should be enough, not being able to delete it is a step too far. These are our phones paid with our money.
It's a system tool Updated review: Samsung seem to have included an explanation of what this actually does, which helps. It is in effect a driver that *enables* the apps for beaming and scanning, which is why it will keep on updating - it's built into the OS. Hiding these drivers and updating them in periodic system updates would avoid this confusion. I'm sure it's useful if you use lots of loyalty cards, coupons, tickets - personally I don't but hey.
It's OK but I installed beep and go on my Samsung grind prime But I have the Samsung galaxy s4 I got the beem update but not the beeping go app update
Makes Online Tickets & Coupons Work For all of you with negative reviews, one must assume you're formerly not a "smart" phone user or you decide to try Android after coming from Apple. iPhone has all the same features they simply don't allow you access into the workings of the OS (Operating System.) There's no customization. If you prefer a phone that "just works" then stop messing around in areas of your Android you clearly don't understand. As far as those of you who think information isn't gathered by both companies, read the tos & wake up
Lol omg, It's a shame when a phone is more smart than the person holding it, lol. Some of you people concern me.
Ehhh... Been an android user since I got my first g1 with the rolling ball, remember? Yeah, and I just don't find it useful in my life, or the need to have it my phone nonetheless, if there was a way I could disable it I would, but I cant. So I deal with the pain of knowing I have to update this frigging app even though I have no intentions on using it. Good day
• Performance improvements
• Icon update for Android 5.x
Security Policy Update Tool updates the security policy files of SE for Android.
Library for the Pen package, which is a part of the Samsung Mobile SDK