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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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All apps can read and write files; it is a core requirement for most of them and not something that needs to be granted via permissions. There aren't all that many apps that don't store/read any data. So yes, when you grant the "Read external storage" permission or similar you are granting access to a common storage area. Such apps could potentially ...


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Chrome for Android definitely does (http://www.theverge.com/2015/12/7/9865928/google-chrome-safe-browsing-android-malware). The safe browsing feature isn't yet supported by Android WebView so any WebView-based browser (e.g. CM browser, Ghostery, or Lighting Browser) lacks it. Firefox on Android should support safe browsing as well, as per their blog posts: ...


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Remember when you turned on your old mobile phone and you didn't have to set up the time every day again because the phone remembered what time it is? It's not something of new, it's just that the phone starts a minute before the timer hits the alarm and it's build in because the phone requires at least 4 hours of recharge to last 10 hours of sleep in order ...


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Pretty much every phone can do factory reset while turned off, try this: Turn off the Mate. Press and hold at the same time: Volume Up + Home button + Power button, until you see Huawei logo. Then select from Recovery Mode menu “wipe data / factory reset” using Volume buttons to navigate and Power button to confirm. Select “Yes — delete all user data” to ...


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This is the right place, but it seams easier for people to help if they know your device as pretty much every settings screen is different for every device manufacturer. For instance in my G4 I can: Go to Settings Go to Display Go to Lock screen Select from (None, Swipe, Pattern, Pin, Password) As it seams None is disabled for you, I'm guessing you ...


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This question cannot be answered in general. Android is open source and therefore can be modified by the mentioned enterprises. These enterprises will be based on the same "stock | untouched" Android with many of the same bugs and "vulnerabilities". But: Nearly all enterprises are modifying Android (interface, core) to match their wishes (e.g. Samsung ...


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If your device doesn't have the virus and you still want to remove the pre-built chinese apps, You can use a program called MTK Droid Tools.. It was designed for mtk handsets but the Chinese software removal tool only uses adb and root access to remove chinese ime etc...


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As long as the infected app wasn't able to gain root and/or infect the /system partition, a factory reset will fix it. However, if it was ... it would require re-flashing the ROM.



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