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You should be fine. Browse away. Enjoy! ;)


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lock screen and security. other security settings. view security certificates. users. Then remove it. S7 Edge 2016-07-14


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You probably need to set up your fingerprints again, making sure to cover as much of your finger as possible. You need to do the tip, sides and center of the tip of your finger in order for it to be able to properly identify your finger. If you don't train it properly then it won't be able to reliably identify your fingerprint so will vibrate to let you know ...


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You got both finger print and pattern turned on. just shut off pattern


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Hope this helps ! Setting up the finger print on nexus devices


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I recently bought a Galaxy S7 Edge. Was getting ADs for Mobile Strike over and over, with sound even when the volume was off. Very frustration. Tried Ad blocker and Malware Bytes. All excellent apps. Nothing worked. Couldn't find the responsible app. Finally had to do a hard reset. That worked.


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Id go call Samsung from a different phone if your scared to use it. i know Samsung can make screenshots and ask to send a report. Samsung is also made in Korea so that maybe Korean characters you see. i wouldnt be to worried glitches happen.


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I just ran into this same problem today. It was sent by the Imo app itself. Don't use of or install this app! I recommend leaving a bad review on the Play Store and reporting the app on the Play Store. To find out which app sent the spam, you can use Android App Ops if it works on your phone.


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It depends. First, if the developer is a good one with a brain he will make the app to do so, then you have to consider which kind of data that is. Obviously you don't want your settings to be encrypted, it's just nonsensical, they will be stored in a xml file (or even json, again, it depends). But things like chat history, credentials, etc. they have to be ...


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It is possible for adware, as well as other "viruses" to be installed on the sd card. Thus even doing a factory reset can reinstall the "virus". If you have access to a pc with virus protection on it. You can mount the phone as a USB storage and scan it from there. Besides wiping both the phone and the sd card. There may not be a permanent fix. But if you ...


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I envision it works like this: Storage is encrypted using synchronous random key. When the user chooses or changes a password that is based on whatever input, be it a password comprised of letters and numbers and characters, or be it a pin code, or pattern swipe, or finger print, or any other input, an asynchronous encryption algorithm is used to encrypt ...


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The data sent by the RealVNC Server are not encrypted (see RealVNC documentation). You need to upgrade to a commercial licence to enable encryption. You can use SSH tunnelling, which will wrap the connection between VNC viewer and server into an SSH tunnel, which is (can be) encrypted. TightVNC does that, and it's the VNC server used in Linux Deploy. Just ...


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It has beau coup permissions because it it a system app running in a phone/sms/gps/sim process that needs those permissions.Battery usage may be due to phone, sms, etc monitoring. I prefer GPS Status app to view satellite array info, compass, battery temperature, voltage, etc.



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