Maybe your phone especially Samsung Mobile contains some data that can renew your whole life. Your memes, selfies, camera rolls, and some nude can be there.
According to a report from Gizmodo, Samsung mobile is sending your personal data via messaging app to your contacts without your permission. Not bad? It is bad because there will be no evidence of that sent message or attachment in your outbox. It is only done by Samsung’s SMS applications. If you are using any other app like Android Messaging or Truecaller etc. You are safe then.
But this error is caught only in Samsung Note 8 and Samsung Galaxy 9 flagships mobiles. The report says that there is an algorithm in Samsung’s Messaging app that is collecting data from your Gallery and sending them randomly to your one of the contact. In a statement, Samsung told Gizmodo that they are looking into the issue and any customers with concerns should contact Samsung directly at 1-800-SAMSUNG.
If you want to make sure nothing happens ever, no matter what app you are using, you can just go through and delete the nudes, but we all know we aren’t going to do that, so be careful out there.
Think once that you will receive a text message from your on of contact that “Why are sending me your personal part photos?”. What will you do? You will be mortified, Will you? So try to switch your Samsung Messaging app by other SMS apps.
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