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Removing MBAM Splash

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In order to better assist the staff, it would help if you could please provide the following information: 

  • Version of MBAM-Mobile
  • Phone carrier
  • Phone brand and model (i.e. Samsung Galaxy S3)
  • Which Android operating system you are running
  • If your phone is rooted
  • If you are running any other security software


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i hope that the following info is that which you require:

App version: 2.00. 3. 9000

Malware DB Version: 201(

Malicious URL DB Version: 2016.01.30.02

Phone Carrier: Vodafone

Phone Brand and Model: Vodaphone Smart Ultra 6

Android System: v5.1(Lollipop)

Rooted: Don't know

Other Security: None came with the phone but MBAM (free) now installed

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Hello, please open Malwarebytes and go to the Settings > Notifications. 


Uncheck all items selected.


To test whether this corrects the issue, reboot your device.


If you continue to have issues, please open a support request by emailing us at support@malwarebytes.org


Thank you.

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Hi and thank you for your reply. The only notifications, Scans, Scan Results and Database Updates were already unchecked and the phone has been rebooted numerous times since I installed MBAM. However, since the splash is more of a pest than a problem, I think I'll just live with it. Thanks once again to yourself and daledoc1 for your inputs.

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