All of these are apps I literally never use. They are just taking up all kinds of space on my phone. I can't disable them or heaven forbid delete their useless asses. The phone only has 16GB or memory and less than 5GB is free after installing the apps I do use and the bloated operating system with all of it's fancy transitions and animations that I can't stand. Did I forget to mention that the keyboard is oversized and I literally could not read it? Well I had to download another one to get around that. Not to mention that the menus are hard as hell to read for me now. The transition to Android 5 on the Galaxy S4 was hellish to me. I love the freedom with Android, but this is making me long for my iPhone. But the limitations of the iPhone in an unjailbroken state are way too limiting. So I will put up with the bother of this new set-up. How about you get ride of these craptacular colours on the menus and that horrible keyboard and give me back the high contrast mode that make me able to actually use the darn thing? Hell the update sucked about 1GB of storage from the phone. I can't see anything useful here thank you. Bloated and hard to read for my old eyes. Would have been nice to have more room on the phone in the first place. And being that the new ones do NOT have a card slot, why would I want to go with another Galaxy? My next one will be something that allows a card and is water resistant. I have this undying fear of dropping my coffee on it.
Speed tests are on the left. My shinny new A50 did the worst it seems. The PC was wired so it went blazing fast. The old S7 did darn good. I got to say the installation was a nightmare. They want you to set it all you yourself and there is no documentation. There is a shinny app you can waste memory with or enter the IP to get it set up - either will work. If you want the app, use it from the start, don't try and use it after use used the browser to set up the gateway. First off the lettering on the bottom of the modem is not friendly to my eyes. The other thing is, there is a vast amount of information on the bottom, so it was hard to pick out. Being the cable was too short to pick it up to eye level, I had to take a photo to see the password and so on. This was problematic as where I have it is low to the ground and I'm disabled and it hurt me a lot to squat down to do that. If I had thought of it - I'd have just written it all down when I took it out of the box