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Oppo phone help me please!


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AndroidOpporenohelp

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I purchased a new oppo because my old one was overheating, dying within a few hours, my internet was running really slowly and I started getting spam calls messages and emails a lot! My phone was running really slow and a few other issues that were abnormal. After purchasing my new phone I set up my google accounts and it started happening on this one as well! I'm actually starting to go crazy.

I have tried signing up to Malwarebytes, AVG antivirus, avast and McAfee. None of them found any issues within the phone. I have factory rest it and also tried running in safe mode.
Ended up downloading device tool app and looked through the permissions and manifests and I can see things that seem to be abnormal. Such as Google one having tik tok activity and weird permissions that I cannot change. It also seems like most of my apps are running as system apps and running Android 8 and android 14 but I have no clue how to fix this.
I have tried talking to google and the phone manufacturers Oppo support, I spoke with Malwarebytes as well but none of them have given me any helpful information other than to get a new phone again. I don't want the same issues to happen again.

After reviewing the specifications, I noticed a few potential issues:

1. **Android Version:** Android 14 is not a publicly available version of Android. The latest public version of Android is Android 13. This could indicate that the device is running a custom or beta version of Android.
2. **Baseband Version:** Having two identical baseband versions (M_V3_P10, M_V3_P10) might be unusual. This could be due to a specific configuration or customization of the device's baseband firmware.
3. **Build Number:** The build number (CPH2603_14.0.1.503(EX01)) seems to be a unique identifier for the device's build, but it's not a standard Android build number format. This might be related to the custom or beta nature of the Android version.
4. **Linux Kernel Version:** The Linux kernel version (4.19.191+) is relatively old, and it's not clear why it's being used in this device.
5. **Http User Agent:** The User Agent string is unusual because it includes "Dalvik/2.1.0" instead of "Android" or "Dalvik/2.x". This could be a sign of an older or modified Android version.
6. **Fingerprint:** The build fingerprint string is long and contains multiple components, which might be related to the custom or beta nature of the device.

In summary, these specifications suggest that the device is running a custom or beta version of Android, with potential modifications to the baseband, build, and kernel firmware.


This is the answer I got from an ai chat bot. I really am not tech savvy at all someone please help
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Duplicate of thread here

 

Closing this one to avoid any cross posting.


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