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Topic # 238111 3-Jul-2018 16:23
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Now this could be tricky for some. "Bad news for Samsung phone owners: some devices are randomly sending your camera roll photos to your contacts without permission."

 

 

 

https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2018/7/2/17528076/samsung-phones-text-rcs-update-messages





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  Reply # 2048423 3-Jul-2018 16:32
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Really? Would like come confirmation ... I would have thought that a lot of people would have complained, not just some random reports. Or has there been a recent update and it's only just started doing this?




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  Reply # 2048425 3-Jul-2018 16:37
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I posted this more as light relief. As I read it and thought yikes for some this could be embarrassing or somewhat tricky. I have a Samsung Note 8 and I am not really concerned about this......yet





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