Does anybody know what this is? The program is currently running on my phone, and whenever I force stop on it, it automatically boots up again. A quick Google search on it showed others with similar issues, but no fix or explanation as to what this program is.
Did any of you install "universal remote app", I have heard that PopupuiReceiver showing up after installing that 3rd party app
it's a popup user interface receiver... a direct marketing tool to advertise to you.
To remove goto
remove the above application, switch off the handset and start again.
PopupuiReceiver runs when mobile data is turned off. The app has to run in order to receive calls/texts/etc over WiFi only.
I turn off mobile data at home to avoid using minutes, ect.
If you also turn off mobile data when home, turn it back on, kill the PopupuiReceiver task, and it shouldn't come back up.
I'm on a Samsung galaxy 5. Just started to show up in Task Manager. I clear it, and it will show up again next morning when I turn the phone on. It appears in my app list, but there is no way to remove or disable. Haven't tried clearing data, cause I'm not sure what this thing actually does and if I need it. Varying posts on this subject, and I can't find anything definite anywhere.
What is weird to me, is if you go to your application manager, and click the battery usage window, the list of things it is capible of (or as it says, "included packages") is a bit unnerving. Im not sure if it needs permission to view, change, or eavesdrop on anything in your phone. Maybe I'm just paranoid?
I am using a note 4