1. bigsteve795's Avatar
    Within 2 minutes, 3 text messages were sent from my Samsung Galaxy S 5. They were sent to 2635. The message was as follows:
    /T:a9f31f1e-cd8a-3c35-84e3-23ade6658f9d/ /C:dyZHpNCWN5iuPx1gdbE3Dx9JAJIzZSCQ/

    All this happened while my phone was in my pocket. I'm positive that it wasn't pocket dialed. Should I be worried and if I should be, what should I do?

    I have Avast Security and it shows safe scans. But it's been acting weird lately.
    09-27-2015 04:07 PM
  2. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Welcome to Android Central! Why are you certain it wasn't a pocket dial? It can be surprising what can happen when a phone's screen becomes unlocked while in your pocket or a bag. My wife recently sent a me a photo of my daughter over Hangouts, completely while in her pocket.
    09-27-2015 04:19 PM
  3. C-Rican's Avatar
    My phone sent the same text to the same number. This was done when I was asleep. The only difference was the first part of the text. /T:fe*** the second part after C: is identical. It looks almost like a command to mount a T: drive to a C: drive...
    10-20-2015 06:48 AM
  4. C-Rican's Avatar
    Because my text was in the same format as bigsteve795 and the second part of the text was identical to his as well as sending it to the same number. Plus I was asleep, so my phone wasn't in my pocket. I do a little bit of programming. When you look at the text it has a pattern. /T:***/ /C:****/ is part of a command to mount a T: drive to a C: drive.
    10-20-2015 07:01 AM
  5. sgtx1970's Avatar
    When you look at the text it has a pattern. /T:***/ /C:****/ is part of a command to mount a T: drive to a C: drive.
    So I got the same second part of the text also. What does the above explanation mean?. From a tech neophyte.Why did I get this text. The number I got in the first part of the text is a landline number, or at least my wife thinks it was. It was in a different format.The first part of the text was (T:e6402da3-4dba-4bc9-9401-12215c9c5d00// and then the second part was exactly what bigsteve had. Please help me show my wife I wasn't texting a landline or one wasn't texting me.
    11-06-2015 02:39 PM
  6. Matt M379's Avatar
    The message to 2635 is actually the nfl mobile app verifying your phone number after you launch it the first time. Mine did it today. Verizon phone. It's legit. You can google it.
    11-08-2015 04:28 PM

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