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In most cases, the demo phones use a specific ROM that Samsung usesdoes not use on thenormal retail phones me and you normally purchase. These demo phones has it embedded in such a way you can’t remove it without reflashing ittypically need to be reflashed with the retail ROM so it’llor it will always be present on the phone IF your phone has this ROM. Sincephone, albeit neutralized. '''Since you have one of these, check if it has an IMEI. The Galaxy S Retail demo phones lack this, so while it’s less likely on this phone (it’s cheap enough most stores will pull a retail unit with an IMEI out of the box and enable the demo mode in the developer options or install the Samsung demo appmode), you really need to double check while you can return it.it.'''
In most cases, the demo phones use a specific ROM that Samsung usesdoes not use on thenormal retail phones me and you normally purchase. These demo phones has it embedded in such a way you can’t remove it without reflashing ittypically need to be reflashed with the retail ROM so it’llor it will always be present on the phone IF your phone has this ROM. Sincephone, albeit neutralized. '''Since you have one of these, check if it has an IMEI. The Galaxy S Retail demo phones lack this, so while it’s less likely on this phone (it’s cheap enough most stores will pull a retail unit with an IMEI out of the box and enable the demo mode in the developer options or install the Samsung demo appmode), you really need to double check while you can return it.it.'''
 
If the phone has the normal Retail ROM that isn’t found on the consumerspecific to demo phones, '''disablethe app can be removed with a factory reset. '''On the demo ROM, disable the app IMMEDIATELY and never enable it again once it’s removed.''' I don’t know about the viability of flashing a normal ROM to the phonethese phones (it likely has a different signature and probably uses the KNOX boot signature enforcement the US carriers love) so you may be stuck with it on this one.
If the phone has the normal Retail ROM that isn’t found on the consumerspecific to demo phones, '''disablethe app can be removed with a factory reset. '''On the demo ROM, disable the app IMMEDIATELY and never enable it again once it’s removed.''' I don’t know about the viability of flashing a normal ROM to the phonethese phones (it likely has a different signature and probably uses the KNOX boot signature enforcement the US carriers love) so you may be stuck with it on this one.
 
I’m going to mirror @mayer here to a certain extent. The codes are available if you look (but may not work) and can be found if you have to as a last resort, but I’m not going to help you find them because the risk of being an [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accessory_(legal_term)|accessory] is too great. Go to the store you purchased it from and get them to deal with it first and don’t let them say no and push you away; they should have disabled this before you left the store.

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In most cases, the ROM Samsung uses on the demo phones has it embedded in such a way you can’t remove it without reflashing it with the retail ROM so it’ll always be present on the phone IF your phone has this ROM on itROM. Since you have one of these, check if it has an IMEI. The Galaxy S Retail demo phones lack this, so while it’s less likely on this one because it’s a cheaper phone (and ultimately more practical toit’s cheap enough most stores will pull a retail modelunit with an IMEI out of the box for the display and enabling itenable the demo mode in the developer options) it paysoptions or install the Samsung demo app), you really need to make suredouble check while you can return it.
In most cases, the ROM Samsung uses on the demo phones has it embedded in such a way you can’t remove it without reflashing it with the retail ROM so it’ll always be present on the phone IF your phone has this ROM on itROM. Since you have one of these, check if it has an IMEI. The Galaxy S Retail demo phones lack this, so while it’s less likely on this one because it’s a cheaper phone (and ultimately more practical toit’s cheap enough most stores will pull a retail modelunit with an IMEI out of the box for the display and enabling itenable the demo mode in the developer options) it paysoptions or install the Samsung demo app), you really need to make suredouble check while you can return it.
 
If the phone has the Retail ROMROM that isn’t found on the consumer phones, '''disable the app IMMEDIATELY and never enable it again once it’s removed.''' I don’t know about the viability of flashing a normal ROM to the phone (it likely has a different signature and probably uses the KNOX boot signature enforcement the US carriers love) so you may be stuck with it on this one.
If the phone has the Retail ROMROM that isn’t found on the consumer phones, '''disable the app IMMEDIATELY and never enable it again once it’s removed.''' I don’t know about the viability of flashing a normal ROM to the phone (it likely has a different signature and probably uses the KNOX boot signature enforcement the US carriers love) so you may be stuck with it on this one.
 
I’m going to mirror @mayer here to a certain extent. The codes are available if you look (but may not work) and can be found if you have to as a last resort, but I’m not going to help you find them because the risk of being an [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accessory_(legal_term)|accessory] is too great. Go to the store you purchased it from and get them to deal with it first and don’t let them say no and push you away; they should have disabled this before you left the store.

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In most cases, the ROM Samsung uses on the demo phones has it embedded in such a way you can’t remove it without reflashing it with the retail ROM so it’ll always be present on the phone IF your phone has this ROM on it. Since you have one of these, check if it has an IMEI. The Galaxy S Retail demo phones lack this, so while it’s less likely on this one because it’s a cheaper phone (and ultimately more practical to pull a retail model out of the box for the display and enabling it in the developer options) it pays to make sure.
 
If the phone has the Retail ROM, '''disable the app IMMEDIATELY and never enable it againagain once it’s removed.''' I don’t know about the viability of flashing a normal ROM to the phone (it likely has a different signature and probably uses the KNOX boot signature enforcement the US carriers love) so you may be stuck with it on this one.
If the phone has the Retail ROM, '''disable the app IMMEDIATELY and never enable it againagain once it’s removed.''' I don’t know about the viability of flashing a normal ROM to the phone (it likely has a different signature and probably uses the KNOX boot signature enforcement the US carriers love) so you may be stuck with it on this one.
 
I’m going to mirror @mayer here to a certain extent. The codes are available if you look (but may not work) and can be found if you have to as a last resort, but I’m not going to help you find them because the risk of being an [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accessory_(legal_term)|accessory] is too great. Go to the store you purchased it from and get them to deal with it first and don’t let them say no and push you away; they should have disabled this before you left the store.

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TheIn most cases, the ROM Samsung uses on the demo phones has it embedded in such a way you can’t remove it without reflashing it with the retail ROM so it’ll always be present on the phone. Checkphone IF your phone has this ROM on it. Since you have one of these, check if it has a IMEI and baseband as well, as thean IMEI. The Galaxy S Retail demo phones lack this. It can be disabledthis, so while it’s less likely on this one because it’s a cheaper phone (and ultimately more practical to pull a retail model out of the point you won’t be bothered by it, but it will always be present onbox for the phone. If you can disable the app once that’s done, do so right awaydisplay and never enableenabling it againin the developer options) it pays to make sure.
TheIn most cases, the ROM Samsung uses on the demo phones has it embedded in such a way you can’t remove it without reflashing it with the retail ROM so it’ll always be present on the phone. Checkphone IF your phone has this ROM on it. Since you have one of these, check if it has a IMEI and baseband as well, as thean IMEI. The Galaxy S Retail demo phones lack this. It can be disabledthis, so while it’s less likely on this one because it’s a cheaper phone (and ultimately more practical to pull a retail model out of the point you won’t be bothered by it, but it will always be present onbox for the phone. If you can disable the app once that’s done, do so right awaydisplay and never enableenabling it againin the developer options) it pays to make sure.
 
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IIf the phone has the Retail ROM, '''disable the app IMMEDIATELY and never enable it again.''' I don’t know about the viability of doingflashing a flashnormal ROM to get rid of it as they may usethe phone (it likely has a different ROM signature (and it almost certainlyand probably uses the bootloaderKNOX boot signature enforcement the US carriers love) so thatyou may not be something you can get rid ofstuck with it on this one.
 
I’m going to mirror @mayer here to a certain extent. The codes are available if you look (but may not work) and can be found if you have to as a last resort, but I’m not going to help you find them because the risk of being an [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accessory_(legal_term)|accessory] is too great. Go to the store you purchased it from and get them to deal with it first and don’t let them say no and push you away; they should have disabled this before you left the store.

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The ROM Samsung uses on demo phones has it embedded in such a way you can’t remove it without reflashing it with the retail ROM so it’ll always be present on the phone. Check if it has a IMEI and baseband as well, as the Galaxy S Retail demo phones lack this. It can be disabled to the point you won’t be bothered by it, but it will always be present on the phone. If you can disable the app once that’s done, do so right away and never enable it again.
The ROM Samsung uses on demo phones has it embedded in such a way you can’t remove it without reflashing it with the retail ROM so it’ll always be present on the phone. Check if it has a IMEI and baseband as well, as the Galaxy S Retail demo phones lack this. It can be disabled to the point you won’t be bothered by it, but it will always be present on the phone. If you can disable the app once that’s done, do so right away and never enable it again.
 
I don’t know about the viability of doing a flash to get rid of it as they may use a different ROM signature (and it almost certainly uses the bootloader signature enforcement the US carriers love) so that may not be something you can get rid of.
 
I’m going to mirror @mayer here to a certain extent. The codes are available if you look (but may not work) and can be found if you have to as a last resort, but I’m not going to help you find them because the risk of being an [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accessory_(legal_term)|accessory] is too great. Go to the store you purchased it from and get them to deal with it first and don’t let them say no and push you away; they should have disabled this before you left the store.

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The ROM Samsung uses on demo phones has it embedded in such a way you can’t remove it without reflashing it with the retail ROM so it’ll always be present on the phone. Check if it has a IMEI and baseband as well, as the Galaxy S Retail demo phones lack this. I

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don’t know about the viability of doing a flash to get rid of it as they may use a different ROM signature (and it almost certainly uses the bootloader signature enforcement the US carriers love) so that may not be something you can get rid of.
The ROM Samsung uses on demo phones has it embedded in such a way you can’t remove it without reflashing it with the retail ROM so it’ll always be present on the phone. Check if it has a IMEI and baseband as well, as the Galaxy S Retail demo phones lack this. I

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don’t know about the viability of doing a flash to get rid of it as they may use a different ROM signature (and it almost certainly uses the bootloader signature enforcement the US carriers love) so that may not be something you can get rid of.
 
I’m going to mirror @mayer here to a certain extent. The codes are available if you look (but may not work) and can be found if you have to as a last resort, but I’m not going to help you find them because the risk of being an [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accessory_(legal_term)|accessory] is too great. Go to the store you purchased it from and get them to deal with it first and don’t let them say no and push you away; they should have disabled this before you left the store.

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The ROM Samsung uses on demo phones has it embedded in such a way you can’t remove it without reflashing it with the retail ROM so it’ll always be present on the phone. Check if it has a IMEI and baseband as well, as the Galaxy S Retail demo phones lack this. I don’t know about the viability of doing a flash to get rid of it as they may use a different ROM signature (and it almost certainly uses the bootloader signature enforcement the carriers love) so that may not be something you can get rid of.
 
I’m going to mirror @mayer herehere to a certain extent. The codes are available if you look (but may not work) and can be found if you have to as a last resort, but I’m not going to help you find them because the risk of being an [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accessory_(legal_term)|accessory] is too great. Go to the store you purchased it from and get them to deal with it first and don’t let them say no and push you away; they should have disabled this before you left the store.
I’m going to mirror @mayer herehere to a certain extent. The codes are available if you look (but may not work) and can be found if you have to as a last resort, but I’m not going to help you find them because the risk of being an [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accessory_(legal_term)|accessory] is too great. Go to the store you purchased it from and get them to deal with it first and don’t let them say no and push you away; they should have disabled this before you left the store.

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The ROM Samsung uses on demo phones has it embedded in such a way you can’t remove it without reflashing it with the retail ROM so it’ll always be present on the phone. Check if it has a IMEI and baseband as well, as the Galaxy S Retail demo phones lack this. I don’t know about the viability of doing a flash to get rid of it as they may use a different ROM signature (and it almost certainly uses the bootloader signature enforcement the carriers love) so that may not be something you can get rid of.
 
I’m going to mirror @mayer here. The codes are available if you look (but may not work) and can be foundfound if you have to as a last resort, but I’m not going to help you find them because the risk of being an [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accessory_(legal_term)|accessory] is too great if you KNOW it was legally purchased but the store is being uselessgreat. Go to the store you purchased it from and get them to deal with it first and don’t let them say no and push you away; they should have disabled this before you left the store.
I’m going to mirror @mayer here. The codes are available if you look (but may not work) and can be foundfound if you have to as a last resort, but I’m not going to help you find them because the risk of being an [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accessory_(legal_term)|accessory] is too great if you KNOW it was legally purchased but the store is being uselessgreat. Go to the store you purchased it from and get them to deal with it first and don’t let them say no and push you away; they should have disabled this before you left the store.

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The ROM Samsung uses on demo phones has it embedded in such a way you can’t remove it without reflashing it with the retail ROM so it’ll always be present on the phone. Check if it has a IMEI and baseband as well, as the Galaxy S Retail demo phones lack this. I don’t know about the viability of doing a flash to get rid of it as they may use a different ROM signature (and it almost certainly uses the bootloader signature enforcement the carriers love) so that may not be something you can get rid of.
 
I’m going to mirror @mayer here. The codes are available if you look (but may not work) and can be found, but I’m not going to help you find them because the risk of being an [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accessory_(legal_term)|accessory] is too great if you KNOW it was legally purchased but the store is being useless. Go to the store you purchased it from and get them to deal with itit first and don’t let them say no and push you away; they should have disabled this before you left the store.
I’m going to mirror @mayer here. The codes are available if you look (but may not work) and can be found, but I’m not going to help you find them because the risk of being an [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accessory_(legal_term)|accessory] is too great if you KNOW it was legally purchased but the store is being useless. Go to the store you purchased it from and get them to deal with itit first and don’t let them say no and push you away; they should have disabled this before you left the store.

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The ROM Samsung uses on demo phones has it embedded in such a way you can’t remove it without reflashing it with the retail ROM so it’ll always be present on the phone. Check if it has a IMEI and baseband as well, as the Galaxy S Retail demo phones lack this. I don’t know about the viability of doing a flash to get rid of it as they may use a different ROM signature (and it almost certainly uses the bootloader signature enforcement the carriers love) so that may not be something you can get rid of.
 
I’m going to mirror @mayer here. The codes are available if you look (but may not work) and can be found, but I’m not going to help you find them because the risk of being an [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accessory_(legal_term)|accessory] is too greatgreat if you KNOW it was legally purchased but the store is being useless. Go to the store you purchased it from and get them to deal with it.
I’m going to mirror @mayer here. The codes are available if you look (but may not work) and can be found, but I’m not going to help you find them because the risk of being an [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accessory_(legal_term)|accessory] is too greatgreat if you KNOW it was legally purchased but the store is being useless. Go to the store you purchased it from and get them to deal with it.

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The ROM Samsung uses on demo phones has it embedded in such a way you can’t remove it without reflashing it with the retail ROM so it’ll always be present on the phone. Check if it has a IMEI and baseband as well, as the Galaxy S Retail demo phones lack this. I don’t know about the viability of doing a flash to get rid of it as they may use a different ROM signature (and it almost certainly uses the bootloader signature enforcement the carriers love) so that may not be something you can get rid of.

I’m going to mirror @mayer here. The codes are available if you look (but may not work) and can be found, but I’m not going to help you find them because the risk of being an [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accessory_(legal_term)|accessory] is too great. Go to the store you purchased it from and get them to deal with it.

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