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  1. skeyemountain

    skeyemountain New Member This Topic's Starter

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    hi team, this is my first post on your forum. i have a galaxy s2 and i am receiving an annoying pop up ad in my pull down menu. it has been popping up once a day for over 2 weeks now advertising the game King Fighter II but last night it popped up 5 times during the night, this is annoying the hell out of me.
    can you please give an idea on how to remove this
     

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  2. Mr. Lucky

    Mr. Lucky Well-Known Member Contributor

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    It is a devious form of spam being delivered via something you installed. Install AirPush Detector app and uninstall any apps it identifies.
     
  3. skeyemountain

    skeyemountain New Member This Topic's Starter

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    thanks mr.lucky, will give it a try
     
  4. izzy1024

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    I used airpush detector although I hardly get pop ups, but I do. It mentioned two apps, I uninstalled one and is it important to delete which ever it mentions? Because the second one is Music Paradise, the one I use to download music directly on my galaxy nexus. :(
     
  5. Harry2

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    Have a look in the app's description in Market/Play Store: ... notification ads by LeadBolt. These ads may be turned off from preferences screen.

    Harry
     
  6. Mr. Lucky

    Mr. Lucky Well-Known Member Contributor

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    Yes, and for the benefit of people experiencing this with apps that do not offer such an opt-out feature... pretty much your only choice is to remove the app or live with the ads. If you are rooted, you could try revoking C2DM and/or Internet permissions, but it may not work in every case, or the app may refuse to load.
     
  7. RyanB

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    I'd get rid of it either way, option to disable or not. This manner of serving up ads can't be tolerated, or more Devs will choose that option. I find it difficult to believe that there aren't other ways to include ads for users that can't, or won't pay.
     
  8. AngryHatter

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    Addons Detector works well.
     

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