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Please post here with details of bugs, spelling mistakes, or any feature that doesn't appear to work as intended. smiley
(17:23) Sun, 25 Nov 12
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Quote: Libra:

I'm using 4.4 Android kitkat, not below
I'm currently using tecno Y4 ... version 4.4.2 But having no problem with the apps.

Some of the samsung phones were behaving badly nowadays so have a little patient if the apps you've installed doesn't work out ... anyway cheers lol🎅🎅🎅
(20:15) Sun, 3 Jan 16
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Quote: HandsomeDon:
I am decompile all , nothing objectional
Thanks lol for the good job .... thumps up
(20:07) Sun, 3 Jan 16
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Quote: Libra: Oi, new permissions or not, version 6 or not, since I got rid of the uninstalled file my phone isn't bombarded with apps to install, isn't buggy anymore either. That's what I can say. If there's no explanation for this then it means it was aliens or a ghost that was possessing my phone. Blaming the phone doesn't work, as per usual it's always the victims fault.
I wouldve killed Samuel last week, today all is well,i made some cakes, anyone wants some? Come here Sammy, lemme give you a hug
And thank you Epic for your help and patience, I was behaving like the ''virus''that wasn't a virus bombarding your inbox with my issues with that apk file. You deserve a medal.
My chest then my body then leg so I can give you a hug back also can't stand still to do that lol.. 👄👄💋👅👍
(20:06) Sun, 3 Jan 16
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Does it matter now? Lets just chill.
Quote: Samuel099: Even Official or playstore, apple play store whatever play store you'd still install virus or apps that doesn't appear as you see in on the store..... lol
(14:56) Sun, 3 Jan 16
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Quote: Libra:

I'm using 4.4 Android kitkat, not below

That why some unwanted permission create problems
(14:05) Sun, 3 Jan 16
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Quote: Samuel099: Yep that is what I'd have to say... She got old version that is why experiencing that problems.... I'll attached what the app ask when launch it and the menu too

I am decompile all , nothing objectional
(14:02) Sun, 3 Jan 16
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Quote: EpIcInCoGnItO: There is a reason why it is advised to install only official apps from the playstore but that doesnt mean that all unofficial apps are harmful. And this goes the same for pc, when I install any new cracked app on my windows, my windows defender says its a virus.

Its all about understanding what you are going to deal with before you install any unofficial or cracked apps. In your case, you did the right thing. Better be safe than sorry.
Even Official or playstore, apple play store whatever play store you'd still install virus or apps that doesn't appear as you see in on the store..... lol
(11:45) Sun, 3 Jan 16
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I also said android version 3 downwards wouldn't work I guess, meaning if the app work on your old 3 downwards then you're lucky and again that version won't experience or have full features of the app as those having 4 and above versions. I can't attached all the screenshots one by one so I grouped it and screenshot it , see in attachment lol. enjoy the apps it you can
(11:40) Sun, 3 Jan 16
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Quote: HandsomeDon:
Friend I am check and try no any type of virus only some advt. .... Some more permission .... We can't say virus ...... Please check again . ... Installation cancel due to app provider's unwanted permission . .. Not for viruses ..... His app support new version 6 , may be you are using old version blew 4.4 ....
Yep that is what I'd have to say... She got old version that is why experiencing that problems.... I'll attached what the app ask when launch it and the menu too
(11:22) Sun, 3 Jan 16
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Quote: Libra: I can prove what I'm saying and that app is dangerous. My phone cancelled the installation and after running a scan my antivirus classified the apk file I downloaded (but not installed) as threat and deleted it

Friend I am check and try no any type of virus only some advt. .... Some more permission .... We can't say virus ...... Please check again . ... Installation cancel due to app provider's unwanted permission . .. Not for viruses ..... His app support new version 6 , may be you are using old version blew 4.4 ....
(11:22) Fri, 1 Jan 16
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Quote: EpIcInCoGnItO: Calm down it is not your fault, as I said better be safe than sorry. Its 1st of Jan, I will buy you a new phone soon. smiley
smiley pehle apni underwear badal le.. 4 saal se wohi pehna hai.. smiley
(10:20) Fri, 1 Jan 16
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Calm down it is not your fault, as I said better be safe than sorry. Its 1st of Jan, I will buy you a new phone soon. smiley
Quote: Libra:


this never happened to me, I have cracked apps that are safe , I have the antivirus because I don't trust official sites either. There's a reason for that too (I'm not on the internet since yesterday only)
And if it's my fault for trusting Samuel and my fault to download that app ,so be it. I apologise. My mistake.
I'll never download anything from here .
(10:18) Fri, 1 Jan 16
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There is a reason why it is advised to install only official apps from the playstore but that doesnt mean that all unofficial apps are harmful. And this goes the same for pc, when I install any new cracked app on my windows, my windows defender says its a virus.

Its all about understanding what you are going to deal with before you install any unofficial or cracked apps. In your case, you did the right thing. Better be safe than sorry.
Quote: Libra:

After getting rid of the apk file my phone is silent, no ads no apps to install, it's all quiet. If I only knew before, I shouldve scanned the phone a while ago.
(09:37) Fri, 1 Jan 16
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Exactly my point. Anti Viruses work in that manner, they detect anything away from the norms.
Quote: Ragnorak: It looks like the antivirus has detected a line of code that involves serving adverts. Most of the time, so-called threats are actually just behaviours that some people may simply find annoying, such as regular messages in your in-tray inviting you to install related apps. These can usually be stopped just by uninstalling the app, though in some cases it may not be clear which of your apps is causing the nuisance.

My advice to everyone is to have an antivirus installed to highlight potential problems with new and existing apps on your phone, and pay attention to the permissions an app requests when you install it.
(09:34) Fri, 1 Jan 16
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Quote: Libra: file#43865

Don't download it
It looks like the antivirus has detected a line of code that involves serving adverts. Most of the time, so-called threats are actually just behaviours that some people may simply find annoying, such as regular messages in your in-tray inviting you to install related apps. These can usually be stopped just by uninstalling the app, though in some cases it may not be clear which of your apps is causing the nuisance.

My advice to everyone is to have an antivirus installed to highlight potential problems with new and existing apps on your phone, and pay attention to the permissions an app requests when you install it.
(17:27) Thu, 31 Dec 15