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    Default Security Policy Updates

    So far I've declined each attempt to get me to auto update. I don't like what I read in their policy. Do you allow these updates and if you don't, can you please tell me how to keep it from asking?
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    Default Re: Security Policy Updates

    go to settings/general/security/security policy updates and un tick the check box
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    Default Re: Security Policy Updates

    What about the send Samsung report? Do you'll have that checked?
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    Default Re: Security Policy Updates

    Quote Originally Posted by monicakm View Post
    So far I've declined each attempt to get me to auto update. I don't like what I read in their policy. Do you allow these updates and if you don't, can you please tell me how to keep it from asking?
    Thanks
    i decline to ALL of them also
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    Default Re: Security Policy Updates

    Quote Originally Posted by sjaduae View Post
    go to settings/general/security/security policy updates and un tick the check box
    I don't have a "general/security option but I do have settings/security. Security policy updates is already UNchecked. Send security reports is also UNchecked but that doesn't stop a warning or two a day from popping up asking me to allow these updates
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    I am in the same boat. Has no one looked into the update to see what is going on? This is the second one I have refused so far. The last one I swiped away was I think late last Fall.
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    Default Re: Security Policy Updates

    This update is from Samsung. It has the solid white security shield with an up-arrow in the bottom right side of the shield. It is an SE security update, IE: Security Enhancement. It will usually occur after a software update and will appear even if you have automatic updates. It is a trusted update. After you update it, re-boot your phone and run your Malwarebytes Anti-Malware app. TrustGo is another good program to scan your apps and downloads with.

    Hope this helps.

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