Is this message legit?
I got this message on my Essential ph-1 phone. I've never seen it before so I'm wondering if it's a virus/ransomware or a legit message? I didn't click on learn more because I was suspicious.
- 9 months ago
GIVE THEM YOUR CREDIT CARD
- Anonymous9 months ago
First connect to the Wi-Fi then go into settings where it says system push the button that says check for updates. If there's a real Android update it will tell you so at which point you can agree to it. From the size of the update which is listed that appears to be the proper size for the Android update. But don't trust the pop up do what I told you to do open up settings and check it from where it says system check for updates and verify it
- brian 2010Lv 79 months ago
This is software containing malware. Don't download it on your phone. Delete the message immediately. Always treat messages of that nature as suspicious. Software updates can be done directly from your phone or other mobile devices and depend on the operating system you're currently using.
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- CBLv 79 months ago
Malware - ignore it.