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I've been using a recurring action with an app named macrodroid(kinda like tasker) to delete everything in that directory every few minutes or so while screen on and every hour while screen off. It seems to be more efficient than denying write permission to that folder (errors) I know this thread is old but thought I'd share since I'm not really cool with ...


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While I do not know exactly what virus is causing this, it does appear that it has broken its way into the OS itself. A factory reset won't help you now. I would recommend you do not put any personal information on this device until you can clear out the virus. At this point you have 2 options: If the device is under warranty, see what the manufacturer ...


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UID is the "User ID" assigned to an app. On Android, each app runs on a separate user (for sandboxing). So on install, the system "creates" a UID/GID (UserID/GroupID) pair for new apps, which is what they are identified by. This is also used for file permissions, to ensure private data of an app stay private (and no other app can simply access them; see our ...


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To Answer my own question: Non member complaint was not possible in my case. After registering as a new member and then using the "report abuse" link aptoid-s "copyright infringment-workflow" did the job after one week. I have updated the question with the details.


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First: Different sizes do not necessarily mean the bigger one is infected with malware. Or rather, that might depend on your definition of malware: F-Droid compile .apk files themselves, and while doing that, often exclude proprietary parts – such as ad modules. Second: Aptoide has security checks running on their .apk files. You should find a shield in the ...



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