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    Default Security Reports sent to Samsung

    Under settings > security there is an option to have your device send security information to Samsung for "threat analysis".

    Does anyone know what is actually sent and is it possible to get access to it so that we know it is being sent? I have checked the box but would like to see if anything has ever been sent from my device. Actually I am not 100% sure I checked the box as it may have come that way.
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    Default Re: Security Reports sent to Samsung

    I would also like to know about this. I see the same option on my Galaxy S3 and I want to know if I should enable it or not.
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    Default Re: Security Reports sent to Samsung

    Can't hurt to enable it, but it would be nice, given the complexity of the device to have told us it was enabled to begin with and let us know if in fact they have extracted any data from it on our behalf. I did find out at least the S5 from AT&T does come with the option enabled.

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