In a rare instance of smartphone application change not being restricted to Samsung, RTE is reporting that the company has recently implemented a method of turning on a number of Samsung Galaxy phones without a Samsung-branded application.
The process, which was spotted by the website, requires users to have an application for the phone.
While it is not clear how the Samsung Galaxy application works, the Samsung-exclusive Galaxy S4, S5, and S6 all have the Samsung Pay app, and a Samsung app store that is integrated into the device’s system.
Samsung has not publicly confirmed the Samsung application change, and RTE has not been able to confirm whether the change was implemented to disable the application, or to enable it.
In the event that Samsung’s Galaxy S app was disabled, the company’s new app was used instead, allowing users to browse through their mobile payments history, including purchases, with an application that only worked on the Galaxy S6.
While the Samsung payment app has been widely used by consumers, it is still possible for the company to disable its Samsung Pay application if it wants to.
While Samsung has been a significant player in the mobile payments market since its launch in 2013, it has also been facing some challenges in the market.
A number of major banks have cut ties with the company in recent years, and Apple has been forced to implement a number measures to address the problems.
For example, Apple recently implemented an app-blocking mechanism in its iOS app store, allowing apps to only run on certain devices.