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Is this the app that cause the issues? It's the closest to a cat on the Icon I can find in the p...Yes when you click on the notification it shows a cartoon striped cat and even after you click on Install in the hopes to remove it, it either does not work or still appears on the notification bar. After having a good few hours of this notification not showing yesterday after installing Comodo, it just showed up again this morning. Kid Android / Joong Ho, can you please advise? How did you (Joong Ho) remove it using Comodo? Thanks!
Is this the app that cause the issues? It's the closest to a cat on the Icon I can find in the p...The weird thing was it was just a picture, but required a package installer because it was a .apk file
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Is this the app that cause the issues? It's the closest to a cat on the Icon I can find in the p...Ah gotcha.
Is this the app that cause the issues? It's the closest to a cat on the Icon I can find in the p...It wasn't that, It isn't in the play store. The cat was pink and striped, and was holding some kind of bubble, if installed it is just a picture of the actual Frozen Bubbles game (the one you showed above, except all pink with a cat and writing that says,Yea Frozen Bubble baby, with an angry face emoticon. It was just a picture not an actual functioning game
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Is this the app that cause the issues? It's the closest to a cat on the Icon I can find in the play store.

Hi Joong Ho, What is the name of the app that caused the Frozen Bubble notification to appear on your mobile? I have downloaded Comodo as advised by Paul J. Deschamps but I would like to confirm the application I am uninstalling is not the wrong one, just in case. Thanks.
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Rooting a device has endless possibilities like this one... https://play.google.com/store/apps...What? No one is scaring anyone away, lol, in fact completely the opposite. I've often encouraged others to root their devices as this opens up a wealth of possibilities to solve issues such as this, compared to that of an unrooted device. Reading the entire app overview and understanding app permissions is crucial. If an app has just been developed, naturally it’s not going to have high ratings or get rave reviews. On the other hand, it could very well mean that the app might be scamware. There are still other instances where people have no idea how to install apps, cannot read the android platform compatibility column or the developer’s notes that specify what devices are compatible with the app, instead, they fire off poor reviews or submit inaccurate ratings. Take the time to thoroughly read the app overview, user reviews and app permissions prior to making your decision. http://androidforums.com/android-applications/36936-android-permissions-explained-security-tips-avoiding-malware.html
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Rooting a device has endless possibilities like this one... https://play.google.com/store/apps...Lmfao that's awesome. Didn't realize that porn app had push ads eh lol At least it didn't say something like hot buff studs wanting you in your area lol then she'd really be worried & confused
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Rooting a device has endless possibilities like this one... https://play.google.com/store/apps...Yeah try explaining 'hot young s)75s are waiting for you' in your notification bar. To your wife. Not fun
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Rooting a device has endless possibilities like this one... https://play.google.com/store/apps...I completely agree with Chad Reading app reviews before downloading said app/game is indeed the best way to prevent downloading any apps/games with issues. A secondary is having an app that will search for viruses & push type ads.
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Rooting a device has endless possibilities like this one... https://play.google.com/store/apps...What? Even a non rooted device is susceptible to this. Some apps are ads in disguise. A stock device is no less susceptible. If you download a rom from a reputable source, you shouldn't have issues. Protecting yourself by downloading from xda or Cyanogenmod or reading reviews of apps (which will always tell you when an app is a scam) is always the way to go. We really shouldn't scare people away from experimenting with and exploring their devices.
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Rooting a device has endless possibilities like this one... https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ramdroid.appquarantine&feature=nav_other#?t=W251bGwsMSwyLDYsImNvbS5yYW1kcm9pZC5hcHBxdWFyYW50aW5lIl0.
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Some apps even some downloaded from the play store send ads to your phone through the notificatio...NP
Some apps even some downloaded from the play store send ads to your phone through the notificatio...Thanks, I found it
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Some apps even some downloaded from the play store send ads to your phone through the notification area. Download the anti virus app COMODO and run the app. There is a feature that will check for apps that are spamming ads to your phone. Ones it finds the app that's the culprit delete that app. - KID ANDROID, ( Team.Android.Canada)
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sounds like the notification is linked to something else you've installed on the phone. Have you downloaded any apps from sources other than the play store? If so, I'd start by uninstalling some of them and see if the notification goes away.
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I won't be much help but a lot of apps request those types of permissions "location, personal info, etc" so that shouldn't base your decision as to whether or not it's a virus