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I think 360 mobile security did this for me, I clicked on the gear to disable it but it keeps coming back everytime I put my phone on charge, does anyone know how to remove it?


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In my phone the reason for the lockscreen was the Xender File Sharing App. When I clicked the little gear(settings) icon on the top right corner it gave me an option to switch off the Xender Quikcharge feature and so I did. I don't get this screen anymore. I went to the Xender app page on the Google Play Store and a lot of other users had also complained ...


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This is to provide additional evidence that ES Explorer is another culprit, from the family of ES apps Network Monitoring: How to Get Started and Why You Should Consider it, a post which appeared on XDA portal yesterday confirms this using Fiddler- The free web debugging proxy for any browser, system or platform The XDA post explains, set up of Fiddler, ...


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Is [Remote Application Removal Feature] also effective for apps downloaded from alternative stores? No. Google doesn't care about apps that are downloaded from alternative stores, nor does they have to. Google provides a chance for user to check the application on installation-time (called Package Verifier), but beyond that, it's not Google's ...


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It was ES App Locker, and they are currently sock puppet blasting the app with 5 star ratings to try and counter the deluge of 1 stars... It's pretty sad actually, and it's why I switched to Solid File manager, which I actually like more than I liked es... It does a 14 day trial before you have to buy in, But there are a bunch of alternatives that aren't pay ...


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I suggest using the Android VPN feature to route all of your network traffic to an OpenVPN server. This will send all traffic, Wifi and cellular, through one chokepoint where you can log and analyze it, and it will do so regardless of what network the phone is using. Then you can log and analyze traffic from the OpenVPN server using any of the standard ...


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Amber Weather was the reason DU Quick Charge was added to my lock screen. ES File Explorer and ES App Locker was not the cause.


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This lockscreen replacement is caused by an ad from DU Quick Charge I am pretty sure that this lockscreen was added to the app "ES App Locker". Many User-Revievs are stating that this app comes with lots of unwanted ads and lockscreen-replacements. See this review: This is what they are answering to most people: So you either have the option to turn ...


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The most possible cause of this auto download apps is, some trojan virus has affected your smartphone. This virus has gain administrative access to it so that you can not remove it completely. It will auto-download apps and consume your background data again and again. Try considering following options to prevent auto-download of apps. Remove and replace ...


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It sounds like malware has sneaked into your phone's system area (possibly via the "root manager" app you installed.) System area does not get touched during factory reset, which is why the apps are still there. The /system partition is usually write-protected by default, but root privileges allow apps to write there as well. The best way to get rid of ...



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