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This my be a dumb.. but spam in the calender...

OP xXKa0sRa1nsXx

16th January 2014, 04:03 AM   |  #1  
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I recieved a spam messege in the form of an alarm going off and a calender entry on my Galaxy S4's S Planner (I'm running hyperdrive rom). it showed being tied to my gmail account, yet theres absolutely nothing on my gmail account, both mobile and desktop.. I'm guess I'm just curious how this happened and how I can prevent it?

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5th May 2014, 01:24 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by xXKa0sRa1nsXx

I recieved a spam messege in the form of an alarm going off and a calender entry on my Galaxy S4's S Planner (I'm running hyperdrive rom). it showed being tied to my gmail account, yet theres absolutely nothing on my gmail account, both mobile and desktop.. I'm guess I'm just curious how this happened and how I can prevent it?

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oh wow that really sucks.. do you have "opt out of interest based ads" checked in the google account settings?

otherwise i would say to clean your phone up.. flash a new rom and start of fresh..
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