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Based from the same problem on AskUbuntu, this is not OS-dependent, but an attack to the router. Try hard reset the router. This does not appear to be an OS related issue. I would recommend you to read this http://www.quora.com/How-do-I-stop-AdsMatte-spam-popups-and-ads Basically it is an attack on/via your router. You should hard reset it. A lot of ...


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I'd like to get more information to help. Could you show the MIUI version of your phone? See it in Settings -> About Phone -> MIUI version. If you can use adb in your PC? I think It will be helpful if you can show the output of PC command "adb shell pm list packages" and the output of "adb shell ls -l /system/app /system/priv-app" By the way, if a factory ...


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Try Avast free and Malwarebytes , one after another (not 2 installed in the same time). Try to move the app masked as com.securitycore.miui_t to SD card, then scan your phone again. Reasoning: I removed an "insane" pop-up linker (no matter what browser I used) which, instead acting like an activity by default (a malware activity) just used text displayed ...


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I mean this in the nicest possible way but do you have problems with paranoia....that is the most logical explanation for what you're reporting in my opinion. Otherwise what you're saying doesn't make much sense - why would someone targeting you alter your gps to show their location as your location... That would just lead you to them... Also if your gps ...


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It is not any virus . Its simply ad. Check which app you installed recently, it might be a third party app. Just ignore that message it doesn't harm your phone.


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It's just an unwanted pop-up that you should avoid clicking on. Bad websites mostly with extensions .mobi, .biz, (sometimes .com also) etc and all torrent and file hosting websites use these pop-ups for installing malware apps or redirects you to some app the Play Store. My recommendation: 1. Use Firefox for Mobile along with the extension AdBlock. Chrome ...


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Definitely, do NOT press the "update now"!!! That for sure introduces malware. Though batteries do have some kind of firmware (mainly for charging control), it is never ever updated this way (in fact, it's not updated at all to my knowledge). Having made clear what you should not do leaves the question: What should you do about it? You must find out what ...



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