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  1. TempLost

    Scan schedule changed - not by me!

    OK, I'll keep a closer watch for any changes and try to submit mbst-grab-results.zip and setup logs if it should happen again. Apart from this glitch, Malwarebytes Premium seems to behaving itself if I keep Ransomware RTP disabled.
  2. TempLost

    Scan schedule changed - not by me!

    Sorry, Devin, there don't seem to be any MB setup logs in that folder - I did clear some temp files the other day when doing some general housekeeping.
  3. Scan schedule changed - not by me! It presume happened in one of the recent upgrades, but my Malwarebytes Premium 3.5.1.2522 Component Package 1.0.374 seems to have changed the Scan schedule time and type fromwhat I had set as 13:00:00 Hyperscan to some other random time and Threat Scan. I noticed recently that all the RTP layers were switched on when I had previously switched off the Ransomware Protection because of the interference with some program updates. I'm pretty sure this has happened in the course of an update and not clean reinstall, which I haven't done for a bit. I presume that these settings ought to be preserved in the update process? Logs enclosed for your info only. mbst-grab-results.zip
  4. It doesn't seem very helpful for the Malwarebytes Bot to be posting help instructions for the Windows version in the Android forum. However, l had the OP's problem persistently with one of my Android phones and it seems to have been resolved with the latest releases.
  5. That's good. Let's hope it helps you resolve the issue with music player.
  6. Settings / Notifications is in the Malwarebytes settings. The "Pause RTP for 30 minutes" will only appear if you select the setting in Malwarebytes / Notifications. Good luck.
  7. Yes, I had a lot of teething problems with the app but it seems to be working well now. You have a good day too.............
  8. OK, perhaps I didn't read your post thoroughly enough. I thought pausing Real Time Protection might be enough to see if Malwarebytes was at the root of your problems. If you want to disable it completely, I think you'll need to go to Android Settings, Security, Device Administrators and de-select Malwarebytes - I think you'll then be able to Force Stop it. Good luck!
  9. If you click on the "Hamburger" icon at the top left of the Dashboard, then Settings, Notifications, and then put a tick in the box for "Allow RTP pausing, from notification", that should give you the option to suspend Malwarebytes from the pull-down menu. Let us know if that works.
  10. Indeed - I was trying to make the contrast with those less constructive posts from those with an axe to grind........
  11. Paid or not, his advice is positive, relevant and helpful.
  12. Another vote for Unchecky
  13. Good news so far - since clearing the cache that last time (#12), the Nexus has updated as expected and this morning both Nexus tablet and Leagoo phone are still reporting the same, current, databases. The I'll add to this thread if the problem resurfaces. Thanks for your help.
  14. Thanks for sharing your experience with us @exile360 I'd also suffered a couple of atypical system hangs recently but hadn't associated the problem with Malwarebytes. I too have been frustrated by these glitches affecting software updates and have reported them in other threads, and shall follow your advice to disable the Ransomware module until the problems are resolved. I share your view that a slightly buggy Malwarebytes is still considerably better than no Malwarebytes at all.
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