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I'm attempting to install the exynos fix after downloading the .apk file.
When I open the file to run, the system tells me that I cannot install apps that did not originate from Google Play.

After some googling I found an article that shows a workaround, however when I go to:

Home → Settings → Applications

I see a list of applications and memory usage. It's the same window I see if I go to:

Home → Settings → Storage → Applications

Ergo, I am not finding where I can tick Unknown Sources.

How do I access the actual Application Settings shown below?

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In ICS and JB, you should find this option in Settings → Security in a section called "Device Administration"

Unknown sources

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    Thanks - got the app installed. Says my device is not vulnerable. Went back and unticked Unknown Sources.
    – a coder
    Dec 19, 2012 at 20:25
  • Well done, it's recommended to keep unticked that option unless you are sure that all the app markets and download sites you use are really safe. Dec 19, 2012 at 20:29
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ICS has the settings re-located and can be found under:

Settings  →  Security  →  Unknown Sources

The screen-shot present on your question is referring to Gingerbread and does not apply to ICS.

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