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  1. On 8/1/2018 at 3:36 PM, eburgpaulie said:

    I sent the report as you instructed. Now I have good news. I was able to successfully root the Fire! Used this method: https://forum.xda-developers.com/hd8-hd10/general/hd-10-2017-offline-rooting-t3734860

    Then I deleted the (LiveWallpaper...) apk's from /system/app

    I will monitor the Fire and see if I still get any pop up ads, and watch for any developments the dumpfile I sent will show.

    Thanks!

    So far, so good! No pop ups since my last post & last MWB  scan showed NO malware... We have a happy camper onboard. Thank you!


  2. I bought a Kindle Fire HD-10 (PrimeSaleDay) and soon after using it I started getting pop-up ads, some with a loud "Congratulations!" vocal message.

    They are incessant and I reported the issue to Amazon. It is still in process. They suggested Malwarebytes which I have used. This is what I get:

    Malware found!
    Remove selected
    android/Adware.MobiDash.NC
    Confirmation Do you want to remove selected item?
    OK
    Disable system app
    is a system app and connot be uninstalled. Please
    disable this app manually and we will automaticall
    add it to whitelist.
    Disable
    Then I get a screen w/
    Storage/cache/Launch by default/Permissions information
    When I Force Stop and Clear Data and Clear Cash (which are lighted)
    then what am I able to do?
    There is no choice for disabling or removing the app.

    What can I do? If I look at the files I see in /system/app 2 files named LiveWallpaperPicker.apk (2 different forms). Online info says these can be malware.

    I can't delete them because they are system files and I am not rooted. Any help please? I tried to root without success.

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