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Android itself checks the certificate when you update already installed APKs. It's therefore not possible to install a tampered/modified app that would need to be signed with a different certificate. It would throw a certificate mismatch exception. Using Google Play to install a new APK for the first time is different somehow: It's signed with the developers ...


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If she's going to send them via SMS, you could lock your Messaging app with a 3rd-party app like SMS Lock. Or if you want to hide/lock messages for specific contacts, try GO SMS Pro's Private feature. You set a contact as private, and you will be asked to input a code every time you go to your Private inbox. This is separate from your usual/public inbox. ...


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You should try Audio Manager from Anuj Tenani. You can also save videos, images and audio which were send via any application from the gallery. It's also available on iTunes. --About the app -- The app is cleverly disguised as "Audio Manager" in the App Drawer. Disguises itself as a Audio Manager app which can be used to turn the volumes up and down. but ...


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If you want hide those pics then - - use smart lite locker(app)[android] If you're not saving them on your device then lock those apps on which your sexy GF is sending pics - use APPLOCK(app)[android] or else you can lock with Smartlite locker also (both are apps)[android] link to the APPLOCK app link to the Smartlite locker app


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As of July 2014, I've found the following options for SD card encryption: Boxcryptor - not open source; developed by German company; supports sync with cloud storage; unclear if they've received a backdoor request cryptonite - open source; supports mounting TrueCrypt volumes; no backdoor request yet



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