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What is AASA Service on Galaxy S7?

  • 10 September 2017
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What is AASA Service on Galaxy S7? I don't know this App though, but it use 269KB of my data, and 9% of battery ( increasing each time ). Can I disable this safely? Thanks, Chris P. Bacon

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Best answer by gramps28 10 September 2017, 02:43

It's part of Touchwiz which is Samsung's software.

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It's a service connected to the security policy apps .

According to XDA it can be disabled but you should go to the forum and research it.

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Can't find what is AASA Service on Google, and what do you mean by security policy apps? Like the 3rd party android antivirus listed on Google Play Store? 

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It's part of Touchwiz which is Samsung's software.

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What happen if i disable it?

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Check out XDA forums. They will have a better answer for you.

I haven't used a Samsung phone for a while so I can't give you a better answer.

Android Forum for Mobile Phones, Tablets, Watches & Android App Development - XDA Forums

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Alrighty. Another question

What is Samsung Push Service? What does it do? Is it safe to disable?

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It's a notification service from Samsung.

If you disable it you won't get notifications from Samsung.

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So if i disable it, I won't get any notification from any of Samsung apps right?

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In theory yes.

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