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  1. That's the exact fake lock screen I have. You'll find the same image in the link I provided in my earlier reply. Malwarebytes found 3 issues, 2 of which were infected system files, and I couldn't do anything about it. Today, assurance wireless had me do a factory reset, and luckily for me the phone kept restarting after the reset, and so she decided it was best to send me a better phone ($5.30 to ship to me) with all the restarts, given that I had the phone for a year. I hope the new phone doesn't have any issues. I wish everyone the best.
  2. The worst thing about it is that I had a fast food app where I provided two credit cards. There's nothing anyone can do to stop this exploit of the chipset.
  3. I am not an expert whatsoever, but I noticed my phone (same as LifelineUser above) had a new lock screen with an alien in his spaceship. I started looking on google images, and found a guy that had the same lock screen that shouldn't be there: https://support.google.com/android/thread/57229932?hl=en I read the replies, and according to an expert he said the problem "is a vulnerability within the MediaTek chip itself that allows root access to the device." Another person offered a link to the exploit: https://www.xda-developers.com/mediatek-su-rootkit-exploit/ The manufacture of my ph
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