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possible malware on my android mobile


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#1 nickos

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Posted 24 April 2017 - 10:30 AM

hi to all,

 

i am not quite sure if i am posting on the correct forum

 

my problem is with my android mobile phone (android 4.2.2)

 

many unwanted files appear every now and then even after complete deletion 

 

i have tried to wiped my phone's free space with ccleaner but again the same files appear

(photos, movies, download, notifications, alarms, pictures, ringtones, podcasts are some of the files that i don't want on my phone)

 

i don't use the phone for the internet so i suspect that my problem have started after i have deleted an installed program but i do not remember what program...

 

i have only installed works office, calculator 6.0, unit converted ultimate

 

i know that is not possible to scan my android phone through windows because of the android os and furthermore i do not have internet access on my phone nor an extra microsd card...

 

my mobile is the cubot p7 with android 4.2.2

 

please, can you help ?

 

many thanks in advance


Edited by nickos, 24 April 2017 - 10:31 AM.


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