There’s no debating that the Galaxy S8 and S8+ are top contenders for the most beautifully designed handsets of 2017, but the same can’t be said for their TouchWiz interface, which has been met with lukewarm reception at best.

Changing the UI by flashing a custom ROM has always been a popular option for people who wanted the most out of their Galaxy S-series phones, but this has become almost impossible with the widespread bootloader-locking on newer Samsung flagships.

That said, there are some non-root mods that can make the S8 run as close to stock Android as possible without the risk of… more

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