I just got a new LG G3 running android 5.0. On my schools WiFi, there are blocked websites. When I try to connect to the school WiFi, it comes up with a terms and conditions screen (like the ones you see at Starbucks or other free WiFis), but it says that I am trying to access a blocked website called hla2.safemovedm.com.

I can bypass this by getting one of the teachers to log me into their administrative accounts, but I don't want to have to do this every time. Is there a fix for this?


Do you have an app installed called 'Hotspot Login Assistant'? It appears as though it could be related to an app that attempts to log you into hotspots automatically.

I've found several sites on the safemovedm.com domain which imply that this is caused by 'Hotspot Login Assistant'.

  • I don't see an app called that... So you know another way i could remove it? – JettC Apr 9 '15 at 21:32
  • do you know how – JettC Apr 10 '15 at 17:09

The app that makes calls to this site from my phone is the "Sprint Connections Optimizer" which is my phone company's network spy. If your service provider is Sprint then this is definitely your problem. It was tracking all my wi-fi connections in hopes of creating a dynamic map of networks to the benefit of Sprint, from which to steal bandwidth rather than giving me the unlimited access to their data network for which I have explicitly prepaid.


Solved by going to setting/data and deselecting the connection opptimizer


I downloaded an app called Hotspot Shield.
All you need to so is start it and while on your school's wi-fi, it will unblock everything.

NOTE: This app uses alot of data so make sure you are connected to wi-fi first.

  • I cant even connect to the wifi in the first place – JettC Apr 15 '15 at 13:06
  • @JettC I see what you mean now, my bad :) – Jonco98 Apr 15 '15 at 13:08
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    @Jonco98, as this doesn't answer the question, you might consider removing it (to avoid others becoming confused). – Izzy Apr 16 '15 at 13:48

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