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Found this app on my phone. What is it and why won't it go away?

I've tried looking it up searching on a few different browsers and also the Google play store. It shows two related apps. 1. Twitter 2.Youtube

I have a YouTube account, but don't have the Twitter account. Nothing comes up in searches for those. I've only found a webpage that says it has em2location for download, but i haven't attempted to open the page.
Does it really matter if the app is already on my phone?
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Hello Parannoya.


Something to with Engineering Mode version 2 but can't find much information about it ;


Some information here linked below:




Other possible relevant information::

Basically Android Engineering Mode is a utility that is used to customize and tweak the android to increase capabilities.

It is preinstalled in every android smartphone and tablet. This is also called MTK Engineering Mode for MTK chipset smartphones and Service Mode in other terms.

You can perform the following activities with Engineering Mode:

    Switch Network Band between GSM, WCDMA & LTE.
    Increase Your Audio in Android.
    Customize Camera Hardware settings.
    Control and Manage CPU.
    Increase WiFI Capability.
    Customize Bluetooth hardware.
    Change Mac of Phone.
    Change IMEI of Android Phones

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