No matter whether the flatter Samsung Galaxy S6 or the curvy Galaxy S6 Edge, they both include so many pre-loaded apps. If you want not only to disable the pre-loaded apps, but to remove them for good, then rooting your device is an optimum choice. As you may have already known, rooting is a process of getting administrative rights on your phone, which enables you to delete the pre-loaded apps from your device when the process is completed. Are you interested? Then let's get started with the rooting journey.