Turn Off TouchWiz on the Epic 4G
Their contribution to slower OS updates notwithstanding, a lot of us would feel a lot better about OEM’s custom UIs if they could just be turned off if a user prefers to use stock Android. Well, at least for one of their Galaxy S variants, Samsung has made this possible.
On Sprint’s newly released Epic 4G, switching from TouchWiz to the standard launcher is as simple as clearing out a default in the application settings. BriefMobile has full details on how to make the switch.
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