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you have an ad-ware app in your phone and that notification is an ad don't click on it because it's gonna trick you to install other ad-ware apps. to get rid of this kinda apps do the following if you have root access install this app then open it and click download and apply. once the download is finished you will be asked to reboot your system ,do so ...


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Your best bet might be to change what the home button does instead of disabling it all together. You can use alternative launchers such as Go Launcher to change what the home button does. I was also able to find a free app that does it on its own here. I haven't used the latter but it seems useful.


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Snowden's documents revealed that the NSA can remotely turn your phone's microphone on and listen to your conversations, even if the phone itself is turned off.


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Of course. When someone install a malware on you phone through a app or use a security vulnerable


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Note: Partial answer to address "what are these services". About ISS-Realsec PORT STATE SERVICE VERSION 2998/tcp filtered iss-realsec According to this manual on Nmap: iss-realsec 2998/tcp 0.000351 # ISS RealSecure IDS Remote Console Admin port On querying Google for ISS RealSecure IDS Remote Console Admin port, though obvious, ...


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In my case (Sony Z3 Compact, stock Lollipop) it was sufficient to just remove VNP record to make swype unlock method available again.


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Delete from the device management section and then re-add.


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Eventually I solved it by connecting the device to my pc, running adb shell and then running su in order to grant root privileges. After that, to list all the partitions, I used the df command - and in each partition I generated a file big enough to fill all of the free space with random data (generated using the command dd if=/dev/urandom of=junkfile.txt ...


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"Device Protection" or "Factory Reset Protection" added in Android 5.1 can prevent your device from being usable by a thief even if they factory reset it. Essentially, it keeps the device locked after a factory reset until you enter the Google Account credentials that were on it before the factory reset, locking out the thief (unless they know your account ...


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Key lock, PIN or password do not offer any protection if the phone's bootloader isn't locked. For example, most of Samsung devices (except ones from Verizon or AT&T and some other providers I never heard) have unlocked bootloaders, at least in Europe. If you don't have your data encrypted, one only has to flash a custom recovery, which is very easy, and ...


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There is an option in Android 4.2.2 or higher that you can encrypt your SD Card on: Settings > Security > Encrypt SD Card. You need a screen lock to encrypt it. Once you do that, it will be encrypted.


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Often it's because you have a rooted phone and you have granted access to some application to mess with root files KNOX are protecting, such as the kernel. My idea is that system apps can with change root files without problem so what I did to fix it was going in to SuperSU -> setting -> clear log and install SuperSU to /system. That fixed it for me.


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This is a partial answer because sadly, the bluetooth in my devices doesn't connect to each other automatically. Once you're done with the device trigger (Profile) you have to create a task. Following can be one of the tasks to reach the objective in question: Go to TASKS → Enter a name → + → Code →Run Shell. Under Command field, ...


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Take a look at Broadcast Actions (scroll down to Standard Broadcast Actions). All intents that are declared as a Broadcast Action can be received by an app that declared a receiver in its manifest. There are some broadcasts that require explicit registering in the system (Annotated with You can not receive this through components declared in ...


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Yes, assuming you had some "bad stuff" in the backup to begin with. For example, if you installed a malicious 3rd party app you found in some random site, then backed it up along with its settings to an SD card, then wiped/reset the phone to factory settings, then re-inserted the SD card with your backup and restored the malicious app from your backup, ...



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