After further exploration I found out what the problem was. It has to do with the permissions declared inside the app.
I plugged my phone into PC for Android Studio and checked the logcat looking for the moment where the error appeared. Here it is:
02-05 15:38:50.828 929-970/? W/PackageManager﹕ Package motoboy.yellowlab.com.br.motoboy attempting to ...
Is the Moto X 2nd Gen the same as the Moto X Style?
See the comparison here http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/review/android-smartphones/moto-x-style-vs-moto-x-play-vs-moto-x-2014-3621514/
Looking at only physical comparison:
Moto X (2nd Gen): 141x73x10mm, 144g
Moto X Style: 154x76x11mm, 179g
Is there a 3rd Gen also?
On the Motorola website http://www....
As for being hacked, it is possible, but there could be a simple explanation. When using Mobile data, the actual interconnection point with the Internet or the servers handling the ip address assignment may be in a different physical location than you, resulting in your connections showing from a completely different town. Heck, with Verizon, I would ...
The Moto X does not support T-Mobile's WiFi calling. Customer support reps have stated that this is because it is not a carrier branded device, meaning they have not modified the system ROM to add this feature:
The Moto X does work on our network but because it is not a T-Mobile branded device we do not support WiFi Calling on it.
You'll either need to ...
What I do is simply create a separate folder in Internal Storage, which contains all my 'pics for Contacts' -- SD content always tends to change OR you change the SD card throughout years/lengthy periods of time. Whenever I get a new phone, I simply transfer/copy the contents of my 'pics for Contacts' folder, which is located in my Internal Storage folder, ...