The solution with the platform tools worked for me only with some adaptions, because I have a Mac. Of course you first have to enable developer settings on you Sony Android Device, see for example here: https://www.howtogeek.com/129728/how-to-access-the-developer-options-menu-and-enable-usb-debugging-on-android-4.2/ After I activated USB debugging on the now-availabe developer settings on my phone and connected it with my Mac (after connecting, choose on your phone MTP transfer in case you are asked and allow USB debugging again if asked; disconnect all other USB devices) this is what I did on my Mac: 1. I installed "Android Studio" for Mac, see here: https://developer.android.com/studio/index.html you have to run it at least once so it can finish the installation 2. opened the Terminal (you can find it easily with the searching function) and entered the following line: cd /Users/(insert here your username on your mac)/Library/Android/sdk/platform-tools 3. entered in the terminal: ./adb devices 4. entered in the terminal: ./adb shell pm uninstall --user 0 com.sonymobile.entrance (the answer of the Terminal should now be: Successfull) Since then, What's New is marked as not installed in the App list - yippie :-) But better be carefull, save your data with Companion first - It worked here but that doesn't ncessarily mean it'll work elsewhere...
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@Coupevt wrote: Getting game notifications from What's new app even though disabled. Stop it please, didn't buy a phone for getting spammed. Same here with my M4 Dual. I was a Sony customer since the SE walkman mobile phones but my next smartphone will be the first time not from Sony.
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