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TO Note 3 gets same message on stsrtup

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Default TO Note 3 gets same message on stsrtup

Hi, I've been away from android for a couple of years. I picked up a Note 3 on tmo. Me email, etc, no apps added yet. Only stock. Every time I start the phone I get the same message...A process or application has attempted to access system and has been stopped....or something very similar.

Every time. I've added no apps yet. So whatever is being shutdown, came on the phone.

Any ideas or thoughts? I've been away from android now for 2 years so I'm not up to date on anything..

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Are you on wifi. If so that's the issue lol

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You get Knox conflicting with Lookout, both trying to tell the other who is the boss. Don't worry it's harmless albeit little annoying, there should be option to not show this message for a month or something, try doing that. I rooted my phone and freezed both lookout and Knox, since they are useless to me ATM, never seen the message again. I think if you click on the message it will display offending application, so you can confirm it is Lookout pointing as Knox being the offender.
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