1. ron james's Avatar
    i purchased from 'dontbecheated.com'- adv on this website- their spyware- bloover-for my droid-i have it on the phone-BTexplorer won't work and gives an error message regards java.
    does anyone have experience with this software- can it be made to work, is it bogus,
    any thoughts greatly appreciated- ron
    09-11-2011 05:50 AM
  2. mannysat's Avatar
    i am having the same problem have you got you system to work
    11-26-2011 06:17 AM
  3. androidmaster1's Avatar
    Go to android market, in the search box type zoner antivirus. Its free, and it works excellent. It also works against spyware. I use this one. There is even another app under it in the market by zoner that let's u test it for free

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    11-26-2011 03:41 PM
  4. moosc's Avatar
    Not sure why folks are falling for this. Lookout is all that is needed. Every thing else just is a waste a prays on every ones fear if a virus or other crap.

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    11-26-2011 04:32 PM
  5. androidmaster1's Avatar
    Falling for what? Lookout is garbage..I've already proven that to some people that I know. But everyone has their preference.

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    11-26-2011 06:13 PM
  6. Moscow Desire's Avatar
    prays on every ones fear if a virus or other crap.
    Exactly stated. For "Peace of Mind"

    I love it when "after" the app is installed, you get a message "application clean".
    It's already installed!!! Too late Homer, Dhuuup!

    But if you want peace of mind, by all means install one of the free apps from the market. AVG is ok, and uses little resources. Does it work? Who knows, never ran across a malware infected app yet.
    11-27-2011 12:44 AM
  7. androidmaster1's Avatar
    Would you ever run your pc without an antivirus or antimalware? "i think not".
    11-27-2011 04:12 PM
  8. moosc's Avatar
    Two different environments
    Scare tactics to buy there antivirus software


    Chris DiBona, open source program manager for Google, downplayed the report as a self-serving strategy by security companies to scare people into buying their products.

    "No major cellphone has a 'virus' problem in the traditional sense that windows and some Mac machines have seen. There have been some little things, but they haven't gotten very far," DiBona wrote in a blog
    Would you ever run your pc without an antivirus or antimalware? "i think not".


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    11-27-2011 04:26 PM
  9. Sokey's Avatar
    I have the same question as Ron.
    09-11-2012 07:09 AM
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