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I have connected eclipse to my Galaxy S II and i receive a wierd log tag named [HYPOS] what is that i am worried about my privacy.

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closed as off topic by Matthew Read Mar 20 '12 at 16:35

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Please provide more information. I'm not sure that anyone will be able to give you a reasonable answer based on the content of this post, currently. What are you doing when you see this "log tag"? Where are you seeing it? What is it exactly, an entry in the logcat "Tag" column? – eldarerathis Mar 20 '12 at 13:26
I think logs gotten via Eclipse probably fall under Stack Overflow's purview, but this isn't specific enough. – Matthew Read Mar 20 '12 at 16:35

An app developer can use any word as log tag. The log tag 'HYPOS' can be from any good/bad app that you have installed in you phone.

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All of these people are posting issues or logcats relating to the GPS on their phone, I would imagine yours is something similar if it's in a line like:

DEBUG/(2696): [HYPOS] NOMOVE Time 13114, PowerMode 2, GPSWeakSignal 19, GPSFixTime 0, Car 1, DOE 3

The fact it also says GPS in the log cat entry is a hint also.

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