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  1. Run Malwarebytes to find the suspicious apps on your device. You can download AppInspector to find out what the apps call themselves from the results of your scan. Then uninstall them using the link above if uninstalling isn't an option from your device. The uninstall here is only for your user account on the device so if you do reset after they are removed, they may very well come back. I haven't had any issues since I got rid of them.
  2. I forgot to mention, I had my phone in safe mode while I did this and restarted after the uninstall was completed.
  3. I used this method to get rid of them on my phone. Malwarebytes identified four Trojans: com.android.system.seas com.android.system.latis LockApp (which I found in a package named: com.android.provider.applock) Calculator(pakaged as: com.anroid.calculator12)[anroid, is not misspelled btw] The malware constantly changed it's name and icon and reinstalled itself after every deletion/disable. It even called itself cleanmaster, messages, etc. So check to see if those simple apps are oddly large or have permissions they're not supposed to. So far Malwarebytes shows no issues after I used the below method to remove them, and I hope that lasts. Link: https://www.google.tt/amp/s/www.xda-developers.com/uninstall-carrier-oem-bloatware-without-root-access/amp/ I used [ pm list packages ] to show all installed apps, you don't need the OEM specification since the infection is foreign. Follow the instructions carefully and I hope it helps. (Don't forget to clear your cache, as well as disable sideloading of apps)
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