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Sprint plans fix for BlackBerry KEYone that reinstalls bloatware

We were pretty impressed with BlackBerry's newest smartphone, the KEYone, especially given how long the company had gone without a serious contender on the market. But it seems its US versions carried by Sprint have brought something else from the past: Bloatware. Users discovered that certain apps they'd deleted kept reappearing on their phones. Sprint is reportedly working on a fix, but they've got a hard-and-fast solution in the meantime: Delete the whole software launcher.
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