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Master Geek
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Topic # 95617 9-Jan-2012 17:52
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I have a Samsung Galaxy s with a stock rom.
I was looking through 'My Apps' in the android market and found an app called Karoges that I definitely didn't install. There is no way to uninstall it as when I go to 'Manage Applications' on my phone it doesn't appear. Also searching for the app on the Android Market comes up with no results
I googled it and came across this:!topic/android-market/umd_3_ES_ck

 I'm not sure what to do in case it's malware or something similar. Any suggestions please.

Thank you in advance :)

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  Reply # 566684 9-Jan-2012 22:18
Send private message!msg/android-market/umd_3_ES_ck/h9wNORrAcoYJ

appears it is harmless but has taken place of your stock video player when it updated

Galaxy S8


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  Reply # 567005 10-Jan-2012 17:30
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Thanks for your reply, but I would still like to be able to uninstall it.

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