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Thank you! I, too, had tried all the other fixes, and I couldn't get this one to work either for a while, until I found the right place to disable "Find my Phone." For me, it was here: Settings --> Biometrics and Security --> Other Security Settings --> Device Admin Apps


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Whenever a transaction is initiated online it has 2 parts ... The vendor(merchant side - in this case will be google) side The Bank side(the bank whose Credit Card/Debit Card/Net Banking one would use) The part that routes from the Vendor side to the respective gateway(for credit cards) and Banking portal(for Net Banking) is a normal redirection. The next ...


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The "Eastworld Service" is an integral part of the Google Mobile Services (GMS). From it's code it seems for example to collects some device statistical data like app (un)installations, available Playstore updates, screen on-times, charging times... BTW: The GMS core package also contains a "Westworld" service and other funny names. Also the Thunderbird ...


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To answer the "How to investigate?": Enable ADB (Android debugging) on your phone. Go to settings -> about this phone (or similar naming) and press the "Build number" 7 times. Congratulations, you are now a developer! Go to settings -> Developer Options. Enable "Android debugging" Connect your phone to a PC and install adb on there. On debian based Linux:...


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After a career change a few years ago I stopped updating these apps. When GDPR came in, Google required all app developers to update their apps' privacy policies to show GDPR compliance, even if the apps weren't collecting any personal data etc. Because I didn't update the apps' privacy policy, Google removed them from the Play Store. Because I wasn't ...


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