As I know every Android OS phone have the option "Auto-update apps" in the Google Play Settings. For the first, I would completly disable that!
On the site of a Micromax Canvas blog, there is already an article about this issue. I found serval solutions below there ⬇ ⬇ ⬇
If your Device is rooted then our friends of XDA-Developers already have it:
- Disable the Software Update application
Now that you have gained root access and ADB is up and running, you
can continue with disabling the dreaded application responsible for
the silent installs and unwanted ads. All you need to do now is to
fire up a command prompt, make sure the prompt is at the directory of
your ADB binary, and execute the following command:
adb shell pm disable com.adups.fota
For non-rooted device you can try to disable the Software Update package:
- Go to Settings
- All Apps
- Then disable or uninstall there all apps/ packages that are responsible for updates and install. I don't know which and what they're called. I tried to find out but I looks like it is always an other. Whether it's FWUpgrade.apk or Software Update or the app itself.
Try also to uncheck:
Settings–>About Phone–> System/Software update
For more just google itself, I found many other possibilities but I can't list all them.