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If you are talking about the Samsung keyboard, which was derived from SwiftKey, DROP EVERYTHING AND RUN! Just kidding. Although you might want to take off your data and reset your phone. If you think you are vulnerable, STOP USING THE DEVICE. Samsung keyboards are baked into the ROM. There has been reports, and ugly ones too: even if you disable the ...


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I think updating software will help. i was fadeup from this irritating notification from day ist today i read above comment so finaly from last one hour i didnt recive it again this notification of security log. i was serching every where and call samsung also but nothing hapend....thanks alot


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go to Systemandroid then MXGKJHzyoi== like folder then .image contains photos and .video contains videos. Hexedit any file from .image folder and find data starting from FFD8 AND FFD9 IS end . and save as jpeg. you can see all images.


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I had the same problem. I did a "system update" yesterday and the problem is gone.


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Try this Its an apk that can disable the screen lock. It worked for me on KitKat when I had the same problem. Install it, select launcher and don't mind the icon.


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It's part of the Google Play Services app. You cannot remove it unless you remove Play Services. It gives you settings for Google apps, like Maps, Games, Device Manager etc.


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Your best bet is to flash a factory image, maybe a more daunting task if you aren't familiar with it. However, check out sammobile.com for images and instructions, or YouTube of course. In theory, with Android, a factory reset can tend to leave data behind: Ars article With a system image, it effectively rewrites all partitions on the device, leaving it ...


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There are many ways to bypass applock, you can reboot into safe mode, uninstall/force stop/clear data the applock (if Settings is not locked), widgets (some apps have a Task Manager widget or Enable/Disable app widget), using third party application to uninstall/force stop/clear data the applock, uninstall the applock from Google Play Store (if Play Store is ...


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Make sure you've deregistered your phone from e.g. Google (especially Play), Facebook, Dropbox etc. Encrypt the phone, optionally create a file full of random data that fills up all available disk space1, then factory reset. Repeat as many times as you like. 1 dd if=/dev/urandom of=random.txt bs=1G count=2, replacing 1G with however much space is left ...


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Remove the SD Card and SIM Card, and then do a Factory Reset. If your device doesn't use full disk encryption, and you are worried about someone using advanced forensic tools to recover your data, you might want to overwrite the internal storage area with random data. You can do this by creating a file containing random data that fills up the entire free ...


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The best way is to change the log in details I did that and it worked


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If the file is on a sdcard then you could insert the sdcard into your notebook card reader and use srm, sdelete or whatever you usually use on your desktop for secure file deletion. If the file is in the internal memory then probably the only reliable way to completely delete any trace of it (and everything else on the phone) would be to enable full phone ...


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Just tested this. Locked my phone via desktop. From what I can tell, you can't not remotely unlock. Not via device manage anyway. Not sure if there is another way, but I guess that would defeat the purpose.


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There's nothing wrong with the phone or browser, it's the wifi router. It's infected with malware - the DNS settings are changed to redirect to the malware sites. Try visiting 192.168.1.1 wirelessly - you won't be able to. Connect router via LAN cable Hard reset the router Manually setup the router (consult your service provider if you don't have the ...


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Seems like someone had the exact same issue but posted it on the Android Forums, not here. :( Things to try: Install one or several of Airpush Detector, Avast! Mobile Security, AVG antivirus, or/and Addons detector. Install CM Security to prevent things from slipping by unnoticed again. Start Uninstalling apps one by one starting with the most recent to ...


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Hmm that is hard luck... If it is USB enabled then you can make use of third party software to get this task. You can try to enable it following the method here - http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexus-4/orig-development/toolkit-skipsoft-android-toolkit-nexus-t1995688 Then you can download the data recovery software from here - http://androiddatarecovery.co ...


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This should help you: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2786395. Its a program that can mirror your phone to computer. There is also information to enable USB Debugging if you had that disabled. Hope my answer helps!


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Wunderlist is safe for all kind of data storage. Data is encrypted in transit by 256-bit SSL encryption. Passwords are encrypted through the same protocol in transit and at rest. Data put into Wunderlist is stored specifically on 6 Wunderkinder servers, operated by Amazon Web Services in Ireland. As such, 6 Wunderkinder abides by EU and German data/privacy ...


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If your mobile was stolen you can use Android device manager to clean your stolen mobile data,give a call,find exact location of mobile. Android device manager Only thing it require that mobile must be using wifi or data.



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