This behavior was reported in July this year. Microsoft was the culprit. See this XDA blog Microsoft is abusing Android’s share sheet by inserting ads for its apps with reddit
and Android Police
This clearly is a violation of monetisation and ads policy as stated in the blog. See Google Play Content Policies
Your example shows Adobe products. I ...
My first instinct to dig out such information which is often available via programming route is to go through dumps of various system services. One such service is diskstats whose only purpose is to dump the status of the disk. Looking into the java code of DiskStatsService.java for various Android releases, I noticed that the information you are looking ...
I can't go into 'deep detail' about the exact mechanics as I simply don't know them.
Google own the 'social' navigation app Waze.
Waze allows you to report traffic accidents and roadworks and such so that other users can be made aware of them before they get to the affected area and, hopefully, adjust their route accordingly.
One of the permissions you ...
Yes it's possible, you can check by unzipping the APK, finding the META-INF/CERT.RSA file which contains the developer's public key and using the command openssl pkcs7 -in /path/to/extracted/apk/META-INF/CERT.RSA -inform DER -print.
For more info have a look at the first section of this link: https://www.evilsocket.net/2017/04/27/Android-Applications-...
There are multiple approaches to that – depending on what you have access to. I'll include those not working for you as they might work for others:
Most obvious: use an app inspector (link goes to my corresponding app list). Won't work for you as you cannot install any app.
Not that obvious, but with helpful side effect: install ClassyShark3xodus from F-...
Make sure you have installed the latest version of the fb app
Make sure fb app is capable of opening the link you are clicking on - may be check on your friends phone to see whether the link opens in the fb app
Go to application settings and clear defaults if any for the browser in which the link is opening
--- let me explain in detail the 3rd point