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Another2014

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My partner and I have the same android Samsung Galaxy phones. He was trying to top up his internet connection using his android phone but it didn't work. He asked me to log onto the internet on my phone. When I did I was able to see his Vodafone top up account information for a few seconds. How could that information be on my phone too?
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Dakeyras

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Hi and welcome to Geeks to Go. :)

From what you described it is feasible both phones vendor accounts are tied in and or you had Screen Mirroring(if one of the newer galaxy modals) enabled for example.

As it stands I doubt it is malware related but if you do not have a Anti-Virus app installed on either phone the below is worth considering:-

Avast Mobile Security & Antivirus

And as a on-demand scanner also consider:-

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware

You can enable real time protection with the above but no real need if Avast is installed/active. Both of the aforementioned I use myself on my android based devices.
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