Alexandru Chindea, 17 Dec 2012Does Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 N8000 have this issue as well?According to post seems all are affected including note 10.1 ... samsung fix it quick!
its not a big deal because everything has flaws ... like Iphone jail breaking even Microsoft Windows or other software can b easily patched or cracked that doesn,t means k company not doing good....
Does Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 N8000 have this issue as well?
What does that even mean? Just saying ... it is no big deal ..
So this is one of the reasons why some droids get infested with malwares? Tsk tsk. They(samsung) should release an official patch for this, if this security glitch get exploited further, i can sense a big head-ache for droid users. And to think that the flagships runs on Exynos, they got to bring the vaccine ASAP!
And again you need to fix your phone and the rest 95% users must live with the problem... Ts ts ts
hahahaha using my galaxy S2 from past one n a half yrs n note 2 from past 3 months n havent experienced any of the problems... who cares when my former phone is running perfectly without any issue...
Terry, 17 Dec 2012Hhhhmmm, how can this happen, Sammy?I can't believe this
Terry, 17 Dec 2012Hhhhmmm, how can this happen, Sammy?The same way Apple somehow leaves a "security hole" on each update to make jailbreaking possible.
Anonymous, 17 Dec 2012basically, it can hog your phone, even if it's a quad core, and infiltrates into apps to do so... moreThank you! Before writing articles the writer needs to take the time to explain what the security hole does.
Average User, 17 Dec 2012It's all fine and dandy but what effect does an app getting complete access to my RAM and kern... morebasically, it can hog your phone, even if it's a quad core, and infiltrates into apps to do some bad stuff, like draining your data packet for instance.