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I just transferred my ATT Samsung Galaxy S7 to Cricket yesterday. Today I started seeing pop up ads randomly covering over whatever I was doing. It's terribly annoying.I checked some of the other questions and opted out at liveramp, I don't use Chrome as a browser, I couldn't find the "My Cricket" file that others suggested disabling (even after I asked it to show me system files too) and I didn't load any new apps since I switched to Cricket. It must be something to do with the new Cricket sim card. It's the only thing that has changed.Help please. This is an untenable situation - the ads are that bad!Kindra
My main phone (J7 Pro) has a broken display (leaking amole), i cant find replacement displays so I'm looking for a new phone. I only want Samsung to be fair, needs to have Amole and fingerprint unlock. My budget is max 250 euros, i don't use my phone that much so i don't need super good CPUs or whatever. Edit: I live in Belgium https://192168o1.com.br/https://19216801login.com.br/https://logintplink.com.br/
I'm moving to central Alaska in the winter and its not uncommon for temperatures to reach -60°F (-51°C). Will my Galaxy S10 still be usable in that condition? Maybe someone here has experience with that. I'm assuming iPhones would also operate in similar conditions.Greatpeople.me
I just installed the Oreo update on my Cricket-branded Galaxy S7 yesterday; it has a security patch date of April 1, 2018. My question is, does this update resolve the reports from earlier this month that the GS7 is vulnerable to the Meltdown vulnerability? I'm concerned about this issue, but none of the reports I've read across multiple sources even clarify whether this involves GS7's with Qualcomm chips, Samsung Exynos chips, or both. (All GS7's legitimately sold in the U.S., including the official Cricket model, should have Qualcomm chips.) I've heard that recent security updates may have blocked some variants of Meltdown and/or Spectre, but apparently not the one first reported in August.
I've had this phone a few months after it's release and I've always had it protected with a phone case and screen protector. I have this screen protector that for some reason keeps "popping" when I touch it, (it doesnt happen that often but it could be a possibility) and I've been using the same screen protector for a little over a year. For the past few months my phone has been getting a little dumb and slow. My autocorrect won't correct most easy mistakes such as "xustok". I'm using that as an example but I'm having to correct it more, autocorrect used to be helpful at the start but it's a little bit useless now. Another issue I've had recently is that my keyboard has slowed down when I'm typing. It will often freeze on a few letters when I tap them and will just freeze for a couple of seconds when typing which often leads to more mistakes. Another thing is when I start typing, some letter will stay in their capital form even when I'm already two or more words into my sentence. Is th
I’m unsure if it’s the network or my phone that’s the issue, but my phone’s battery died about 4 days ago. Upon restart, I had no signal, even though I was out and about driving with my dad. I’ve been at home since then, where I’ve always had a good signalhttps://jpgtopdf.onl/, but without WiFi I have no service at all.https://1921681001.id/Is there something I can do to try to fix it? I’ve tried restarts and toggling my cellular data off and on to no avail.https://19216811.cam/
I purchase a brand new phone through a leasing agent but upon getting the phone started having issues I called and no one even bother to try and troubleshoot it immediately I was told to send it in but afterwards I was told I was getting a refurbished phone but still pain for a brand new phone through the leasing Agent I called many times and even ask my phone back and was told no by the warranty department I am so upset and feel scammed
I'm on the gulf coast. For a few years now I've had intrusions in my phone calls. I'll be talking with someone and suddenly I hear weird breathing sounds and gibberish that is unexplainable. Sounds like aliens have intercepted my signal or something. Other noises sound like Clicks, screeching and dropped calls. What is it? Very unsetteling and annoying.
I've had my J260AZ for well over a year now, and it is just now notifying me of a update dated to April of 2019, and now it wants to update again? I find this peculiar to say the least, and I am afraid that my phone may have been compromised for the last year. Is anyone else experiencing this issue recently? Also, how do I check which updates my phone should have received over the last year?
I simply attempted to take care of tabs at CVS in AZ (Peoria) and the online compensation wouldn't experience - created a blunder message for the clerk of "Delicate not legitimate." The staff had been seeing it throughout the day, and they let me know "simply call support - they'll drop it and send it back through as a card cover tab." So I called - and they as far as anyone knows despise the installment (I got a notice,) however when I shut the application and opened it again as trained. They appear to be feeling the loss of that used to be there before.
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