Samsung is using its tech savvy to spam Galaxy phone owners with multiple Note10 ads inside the Bixby digital assistant…
The Galaxy Note10 reveal just happened last week. With it came heavy promotion on social media, television, radio, and even on Galaxy phone owners’ devices.
Samsung Spams Galaxy Phone Owners with Note10 Ads
Samsung is getting out the message of its newest mobile device by way of Bixby, Samsung Pay, as well as the Samsung Push Service. It’s aggressively marketing the phone essentially through its own ecosystem, with no way to escape, according to Android Police.
Users have taken to social media to post screenshots of the ads, which apparently can’t be dismissed.
Although, there is a workaround. Simply open Bixby, tap on the menu button located in the upper-right, select Settings, and turn “Marketing notifications” off.
What the heck is this trash?
And why cant you turn them off except by going into the Bixby settings? This is why no one wants this Bixby garbage on their phone. pic.twitter.com/ChgvQUBmQB
— 14,23,b,i,g (@1423big) August 9, 2019
— GravX (@GravXReviews) August 9, 2019
Check this out. Did you know the Note 10 is at AT&T? Verizon? T-Mobile? pic.twitter.com/36GhYGA4Zn
— Jeff Springer (@jspring86az) August 10, 2019