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#1 CorrieSwart101


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Posted 11 October 2014 - 01:24 PM

2 Problems I have lately on my Android device - Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (LTE)


1 On FB when browsing pictures that are in albums, I can not use the next icon (not available) when i click on photo it opens in a new link using long url .....akamaihd.net..... (Not using FB app)


2 My Pinterest account signed in with FB give me this message " you are not permitted to access these resources"


When FB akamaidhd trouble started so did this message on Pinterest.


I didn't add new apps nothing.


Any help please.


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Posted 22 October 2014 - 12:58 PM

akamihd.net is multi-national web hosting provider for many Fortune 500 companies. My suggestion is to clear cache and cookies from your browser. Restart your device and try again. I highly doubt there is anything malicious going on.

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