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What is this Samsung Push Service exactly?
Just noticed this appears at the top of my wakelocks. I never noticed it before.
A User from androidforums.com
Samsung Push Service app, developed by Samsung, is an application that sends you “push notifications” about apps and offers on Samsung Apps. It displays a new message or badge as long as there is an update. The main purpose of this internet-based communication platform is to allow publishers of websites, applications, and central servers to make messaging requests.
Although most tome Samsung Push Service provides the notification service only for Samsung services (Samsung Apps, Samsung Link, Samsung Wallet, Samsung Pay, etc.) on Samsung devices. But some certain apps, such as breaking news for the ABC news app, are also on the list.
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When the utility receives the “push” notification message from a publisher of a Samsung application, Samsung Push Service then begins running in the background and downloading or updating certain services exclusive to Samsung. They could be the S Calendar, S Voice, S memo, messaging, or any other Samsung only service or app. It is responsible for executing notifications, messages, and e-mails. To summarize up, features include:
1. New message is displayed in the pop-up window.
2. Display a badge on the application icon for a new message.
3. Display new message on the notification bar.
However, more an more users complaint about that Samsung Push Service is just a redundant application. Besides, it eats up battery very fast. So many people wonder whether Samsung Push Service can be disabled. And keep reading for the answer in the following.
Step 1. Go to your Home Screen.
Step 2. Tap on Applications.
Step 3. Look for Samsung Apps
Step 4. Wait for the Samsung Apps home screen to load – it might require you to connect to Wi-Fi before it loads.
Step 5. Then once the home screen loads, tap your Menu icon (found on the left side of your Home button).
Step 6. Then tap on Settings.
Step 7. Untick or opt-out Push Notification checkbox.
Step 8. Exit from Samsung Apps.
And basically this is it. You will notice now on your Samsung device that Samsung Push Service is no longer on your notification bar. There’s another way to remove Samsung Push Service notification, by uninstalling this app.
Step 1. Go to Settings.
Step 2. Scroll down until you see Application Manager and then tap it.
Step 3. Scroll down again until you get to Samsung Push Service and tap it.
Step 4. From that Samsung Push Service App info, you can “Force stop” it and or “Uninstall updates”.
This is the end of Samsung Push Service here. And if you have other questions about it, you can leave your messages in the comments below. Besides just a reminder that losing any kind of data accidentally, turn to PhoneRescue for Android for help.
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