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adb issues trying to uninstall Galaxy S10 Bloatware

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So, not a developer here, but can generally follow straightforward instructions. Last few phones, I did the whole adb + Powershell to uninstall the trash bloatware on my Samsung phones. Samsung finally tricked me into installing an update again this morning and in trying to re-uninstall (two prefixes!) the trash they so thoughtfully shoved down my throat (again). 

However, I'm running into an issue trying to get "adb shell" to stick. 

I'm using PowerShell because, why not. 

Entering ".\adb devices" works as expected, I get my "List of devices attached" with an ID that displays.

Then I go to ".\adb shell" and it nicely prints out "beyond1q:/ $" which is where I'd usually start sniping the bloatware from.


However, after 10 seconds or so, the command line reverts back to the C:\ location that ADB is saved to. Which of course can't uninstall junk from my phone from. Can anyone help me figure out why it won't stay on my device shell line?


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If you manage to pull a list of apps, you could make a script to automate the debloat process and complete it before the opportunity times out

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