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This is a strange one. Malware bytes keeps finding triada and also finds dev tools infected. So i keep removing the dev tools which is about ten times a day. In order to remove triada malware bytes also wants access to the storage/sd card directory. I do not have a sd card; i have a second sim card in the sd card  slot which doubles as both. so when Malware bytes requests access to this directory; i cannot find it on the file tree?! I have a android 6.0 Argos Bush phone. I have changed my passwords. I have not done a factory reset yet.

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Hello, you know which files infected
And do you have real access to it? If this is the case, you could transfer the infected files to the PC with a tool from the smartphone, and provide the team here for investigation. Times so an idea in the blue.


Please try this Too´ls:

Xender, http://www.xender.com/



Good Luck!


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