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Android application mysteriously appears

rabenja (919226) writes | more than 2 years ago

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One of the women at work reported that an application appeared on her android phone, one that she did not download and that she was unable to remove. She forwarded me a link that states

One of the women at work reported that an application appeared on her android phone, one that she did not download and that she was unable to remove. She forwarded me a link that states

Google says that there was a bug that caused the Russian version of the mail app to erroneously appear in the "My Apps" section of Google Play for a large number of Android users. However, Google says that it disabled the app some time ago, so it was never actually installed on any devices. Google is currently working on a fix for the "My Apps" issue.

"Right now, it looks like that the process for removing the app may require some Android hacking skills"

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