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colie

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I've been having strange things happen on my phone. I woke up to my phone being on and on the screen was my sons girlfriends - mothers -phone# (which later I found out to be for her computer for internet access) and it had a area for me to press TALK ON MY SCREEN TO INTERACT IN SOME INTERNET CONVERSATION. I have no idea how it appeared on my phone. No one has access to my phone since they left over 2 mos ago. Redirecting me on the internet is becoming very frustrating. I went into this Google 1 that I didn't access it just appeared saying it was Google's new home page which I was cautious about and didn't set anything to share and today I go into it to see my entire phonebook and calendar is shared. My battery won't keep a charge and now it constantly flashes and it also says my brouser is full. And space is full. Please help ;( thanks! Colie
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Aristazi

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Hi Colie,

I see it's been almost a month so you have probably already resolved your problem. To anyone in the future I would recommend contacting your phone service provider and getting their help with this. I'd look to clear enough space on the phone and then try to install an anti-virus software such as Lookout and hopefully it will be able to remove what sounds like malware on your phone.
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Davidaddicted24

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I think you need to install antivirus in your phone so that it can stop malware activities and help you to feel protect while someone want to hack your phone.
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For Android, I suggest that you use Comodo Anti-Virus & Malwarebytes Anti-Malware to protect and secure your device.


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THOMAS123456

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FOR ANDROID,I SUGGEST AVAST ANTIVIRUS TO PROTECT YOUR DEVICE 


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Bitdefender is good for android.


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Locking is the first security barrier against fraudulent use of our smartphone. This can be a lock code, pattern to be plotted, fingerprint reading, or even iris reading. These methods have their advantages and disadvantages. Each option also has faults, more or less patched. When it is not a fault, it is a complexity problem to unblock the phone by guessing for example the model or the password.
 
 

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Edited by daniel2017, 15 March 2017 - 01:02 PM.

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Brad123

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Avast also offers a antivirus for android as well. 

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Edited by Brad123, 02 May 2017 - 02:45 PM.

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