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Mobogenie apk downloading automatically?

8th January 2014, 02:47 PM |#1  
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Hey there,

I recently noticed that on some sites I visit with my phone (like versus.com) a popup message appears saying 'mobogenie - play now' with a cancel and ok button. I pressed cancel then the popup appeared again. So I pressed cancel once more. Then the browser redirects to an ad site where it automatically downloads the mobogenie apk. Do I have adware/spyware on my phone? Or is it the website itself? I tried using the stock samsung browser as well as chrome but the same thing happened.

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8th January 2014, 03:29 PM |#2  
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Plz. go to this thread ...
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Hey there,

I recently noticed that on some sites I visit with my phone (like versus.com) a popup message appears saying 'mobogenie - play now' with a cancel and ok button. I pressed cancel then the popup appeared again. So I pressed cancel once more. Then the browser redirects to an ad site where it automatically downloads the mobogenie apk. Do I have adware/spyware on my phone? Or is it the website itself? I tried using the stock samsung browser as well as chrome but the same thing happened.

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My friend , we are discussing the same topic here...
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My friend , we are discussing the same topic here...


forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2582819

Link not working.

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9th January 2014, 06:42 AM |#4  
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Okay I read that thread just now but I don't see a solution yet. Maybe I need to get ad blockers.

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this one..
HERE
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Solution is ....
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Okay I read that thread just now but I don't see a solution yet. Maybe I need to get ad blockers.

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Haven't u read all d thread ?

The solution is to switch our phone browsers' user agent setting to Desktop or Iphone from ..

This is possible in Dolphine browser ...

Probably possible in UC , Mozilla etc..I haven't tried them....
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Guys at Mobogenie have aplologised for that much agressive marketing compaign, I heard.

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Guys at Mobogenie have aplologised for that much agressive marketing compaign, I heard.

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Aggressive is an euphemism
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