A lot of Android Original Equipment Manufacturers(OEMs) like Samsung, LG, etc. include some pre-installed system applications that don’t perform an important function called Bloatware. RoseEUkor is one such bloatware found in Samsung devices.
If you found the RoseEUkor.apk file in your Android device and aren’t sure if it’s unnecessary like the Unified Daemon app or an important app like BBCAgent or com.wssyncmldm then you have come to the right place.
This article explains what is RoseEUkor, what is its purpose, the issues caused by this app and how can you uninstall it.
What is the RoseEUkor app? (com.monotype.android.font.rosemary)
RoseEUkor is a built-in system application in Samsung Android devices that contains preloaded fonts which can be used to change the style of the display text. This app is similar to CoolEUkor and ChocoEUkor.
The RoseEUkor app is not some kind of Virus, Malware, Spyware, or Adware. It doesn’t cause any intentional harm to your device and doesn’t spy or sell your data. It also doesn’t generate automatic ads as other Adware do.
This app doesn’t perform an important function but consumes a lot of system resources so the RoseEUkor app can be considered as Bloatware. It also consumes your mobile data for downloading fonts and app updates.
The Android package(APK) name of RoseEUkor app is com.monotype.android.font.rosemary. You can find the package name in the list of system applications on your Samsung Android device.
What is Bloatware?
Bloatware is an application that runs in the background of a device and doesn’t perform an important function. Bloatware consumes your system resources like CPU and RAM, takes up storage space in your device, and also consumes your Mobile Data.
Most Android OEMs install Bloatware as system applications in their device and Samsung is the most famous smartphone manufacturer to do this. Samsung devices come with a lot of unnecessary bloatware that are marked as system applications but in reality, they aren’t required at all.
Samsung has now reduced the number of bloatware apps in Android devices but they still include some bloatware like KLMS Agent. These apps are included because they have a partnership with Samsung and pay them to include these apps on Samsung devices.
Issues Caused by RoseEUkor
Bloatware apps consume your system resources like CPU and RAM unnecessarily. Modern Android devices come with a very fast CPU that has multiple cores along with a high amount of RAM so you won’t see a drop in performance due to the high CPU usage of these bloatware apps.
However, older Android devices with a relatively slower CPU and low system RAM can notice a drop in performance due to these bloatware apps. They can slow down your device and even cause lags. All of the issues caused by bloatware apps are discussed below.
Apps like RoseEUkor constantly run in the background even when your device is idle thereby consuming CPU power.
If you check the CPU usage of your Samsung Android device, you will find that apps like RoseEUkor, CoolEUkor, and ChocoEUkor have around 1.5% – 3% of CPU usage.
Such high CPU usage can cause drops in performance and may even drain your battery. Although the battery doesn’t drain quickly, there is some noticeable consumption of battery charge.
Mobile Data Consumption
The RoseEUkor consumes hundreds of Megabytes of data because it downloads new fonts and updates in the background. Downloading fonts and updating require an active internet connection and they use your mobile data for that.
You can prevent this app from consuming your data by restricting background usage. However, there is no setting to allow this app to use only Wi-Fi data and not Mobile data.
When this app downloads fonts or updates, it consumes more RAM than when it is just running idle in the background. If your Android device has very low RAM like 1GB or less then it can slow down your device and cause lags.
This issue is mostly seen on old Android devices with a low amount of system RAM. You won’t notice it in most modern Android phones because they have a decent amount of RAM usually 2GB or more.
Storage Space Usage
TheRoseEUkor doesn’t consume a lot of storage space but if your Android device has very low internal storage space left then this app could cause storage issues. If your device has enough storage space then you won’t run into any storage space issues.
Is it Safe to Remove RoseEUkor?
Yes, it is safe to remove the RoseEUkor app because it doesn’t perform an important function like other built-in system apps. It only provides additional fonts which are not even used by most people. Disabling/Uninstalling this app won’t remove the default fonts on your device and it won’t cause any other performance issues.
How to Disable RoseEUkor app?
Disabling the RoseEUkor app will stop its current background activity, and it will also stop CPU, RAM, and Mobile data consumption. Disabling won’t remove the app completely from your device but it will stop functioning and consuming your system resources. You can disable this app by following the steps mentioned below.
1. Go to Settings
2. Tap on Apps.
3. Tap on the Ellipsis icon( three vertical dots) in the top right corner.
4. Tap on Show System Apps.
5. Find the RosEUkor app from the list of system apps and tap on it.
6. Tap on the Disable button.
How to Remove RoseEUkor?
RoseEUkor is a built-in system application so you cannot uninstall it in the traditional way you uninstall other third-party apps. To uninstall RoseEUkor, you have to use Android Debug Bridge (ADB) which doesn’t require root access or the System App Remover application which requires root access.
Uninstall RoseEUkor app (com.monotype.android.font.rosemary) using ADB
ADB allows you to bring up a Unix shell so you can issue commands directly on the Android device. You can use it to install, uninstall, debug and disable apps. You’ll need a Windows PC to use ADB.
Here are the steps to uninstall the RoseEUkor app using ADB.
Step 1 – Go to Settings > System > About phone.
Step 2 – Tap on the Build number 7 times to activate Developer Options.
Step 3 – Go back to the main Settings menu and tap on Developer Options to open it.
Step 4 – Enable USB debugging by tapping on it.
Step 5 – Download ADB on your PC.
Step 6 – Extract the ZIP file into a folder.
Step 7 – After extracting the ZIP file, open that folder.
Step 8 – Press and hold the shift button and right-click in a blank area.
Step 9 – Click on “Open Powershell window here.”
Step 10 – Enter the command adb devices
Step 11 – Connect your Android device to the PC using a USB data cable.
Step 12 – Type the command adb shell pm uninstall –user 0 com.monotype.android.font.rosemary and press Enter to run this command. Wait for a few seconds and you’ll notice the app has been uninstalled from your device.
Uninstall RoseEUkor app (com.monotype.android.font.rosemary) using System App Remover
This method requires you to gain root access to your device. If you don’t know how to root your Android device then check our Android Rooting guide mentioned in the next section. After gaining root access follow the steps below to uninstall the RoseEUkor app.
Step 1 – Download and install the System App Remover application.
Step 2 – Launch the System App Remover application, type com.monotype.android.font.rosemary or RoseEUkor in the Search bar, and select it by tapping on it.
Step 3 – Tap on the Uninstall button to completely uninstall the app and delete its data.
How to Root Your Android Device?
If you run into any problems while uninstalling the RoseEUkor app from your device without gaining Root Access, you should root your device to get more control and easily uninstall any system app.
Most Android devices can be rooted easily with an Android app while some new generation Android devices don’t allow it. In that case, you’ll need to root your devices using a Windows PC.
I’ll recommend you first try rooting your device without a computer using an Android app like Kingo Root. If it doesn’t work then you can root your device by connecting it to a Windows computer and using an app like Dr.Fone or Kingo Root PC.
How to Root an Android device without using a PC
Here are the steps involved in rooting your Android device using an Android app without having to use a Windows PC.
Step 1 – Download and install the Kingo Root app on your Android device.
Step 2 – Launch the app and tap on the “OneClickRoot” button.
Step 3 – The rooting process will start. You will need to wait for the rooting process to complete.
If rooting fails, then you will have to root your Android device by connecting it to a Windows computer using the Dr.Fone software or the Kingo Root PC software.
How To Root an Android Device using A PC
Here are the steps involved in rooting your Android device using a Windows PC.
Step 1 – In your Android device, Go to Settings > System > About phone.
Step 2 – Tap on the “Build number” option 7 times to activate “Developer Options.”
Step 3 – Once Developer Options is activated, go back to the previous menu and tap on “Developer Options.”
Step 4 – Turn on “USB debugging” and “OEM unlocking.”
Step 5 – Download and install the Dr.Fone software on your Windows PC.
Step 6 – Connect your Android device to your PC using a USB cable.
Step 7 – Launch the Dr.Fone software and click on the Start button.
Step 8 – Wait for the software to detect your phone and find a proper way to root your phone.
Step 9 – Once Dr.Fone is ready to root your Android phone, click on the “Root Now” button to begin rooting your phone.
Step 10 – After your device is successfully rooted, you can disconnect it from the PC.
The RoseEUkor app is a built-in system application in Samsung devices that provides new fonts to change the display text style. It is not a Virus, Spyware, or Adware. However, this app can be considered bloatware because it consumes system resources without performing an important function.
If you don’t use this app, you can disable it without running into any issues. However, if you want to remove this app completely from your device then you can uninstall it using ADB or System Remover Application
The System Remover Application requires root access. You can gain root access to your Android device using the Android rooting guide mentioned in this article.
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