Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Suarez2015, Oct 18, 2017.
Hidden menu code for LG Stylo 2 Boost please!!
... just the common warning, always keep track of any alterations you do so you've a record of what to do if you need to go back.
Thanks luv but another question how can I tell if I was hacked?
Well this may sound a little annoying but what makes you think you have been hacked?
A lot of people just assume their phone has been 'hacked' but it's often a matter where someone has compromised their email account or one of their other online social media accounts.
Cause my phone got suspended I had to re activate it and I seen where it said forward call to some weird number. there unexplained apps on my phone on and my Google language keeps changing to.
If I debug it will that fix that problem
In reference to 'suspended' and 're-activate', is that pertaining to a matter where this involved your carrier and your account with it, or did you mean that you had a problem with the Google account your phone was set up with?
The former indicates an issue with your carrier, the latter most likely your phone itself or your Google account.
No I was on fb right and then like it said activating voice and data please wait out of nowhere so I was like wtf!! Nd I literally had to get wifi to see what was going on Nd I hands free activated it
Getting back to those hidden codes, no those won't help you in this instance. Those are for diagnosing and modifying hardware and operating system related issues.
Determining just what is the exact problem will be harder to do. It sounds like perhaps someone compromised your FB account, allowing them access into your phone. But that's just a guess at best.
If you have access to a computer/laptop, try this. Set your phone down, and then on your computer access your email, your Facebook, and probably your other online social media accounts, and change your password. (You don't want to do this on your phone as if it is compromised, you want to reset your passwords elsewhere. Logging in via web interfaces bypasses the apps on your phone.) Now just restart your phone as this will reset everything (email app, FB app, etc.) so when you first use each one you'll need to re-establish their auto-logins using their respective, new passwords.
If you still suspect something is wrong, you might want to do a Factory Reset. But that's more a last resort kind of thing, and it's really important you have backups of all your personal data before you do the Reset. And don't just assume things are backed up, confirm the data is there - i.e. if you use Google Photos be sure to log into https://photos.google.com to check your photo library is there; if you use something SMS Backup Restore be sure the backup xml file is where saved it to; if you have your music/audio library backed up to a mcroSD card, use a file manager app to check the files are there; etc.
Thanks love will do
I told u they blocked me out cause I been catching on
Those are simply Chrome browser issues, notifying you of blocked sites due to some detected security or privacy matter for whichever site you were trying to access. It's not a phone hacked problem or a carrier account issue.
Here is a thought for you. Is anyone or you using Google under the same ID and password on your pc or laptop? Such as your children or other members of your household? On said pc or laptop have they or you added any kind of kid safe software or anything to stop anyone from accessing social media sites or alike.
I am asking this because most of what you do on your pc or laptop account is synced to your phone under the same account so the two will be the same. For example: Clear the cache or history on pc it also clears cache or history on your phone. Have an extension on pc if it is available for phone it will install itself on phone. So check your extensions and settings on both phone and pc to see if any settings or extensions are the problem.