A routine scan reported 2 threats found on my HTC 10. SmartSearch and SmithLite have been classified as Malware but are system apps and can't be deleted. I could not find any information on these as threats and no other security software found anything wrong. But I reset to factory settings to be safe. Unfortunately a scan after the reset still marks those as Malware. This leads me to believe the scan is marking them as a false positive but would like to confirm. Thank you.
Hello Matt, We regret for the inconvenience caused. Please submit this issue to our Mobile support team through the following link http://bit.ly/1EC8H4H and choose Yes for the Question "Are you currently using any paid/trial AVG products?" inspite of using the Free version and fill out necessary details and click on Email option. Our AVG mobile team will reply back to you via email as soon as possible. Thank you.
Unfortunately, I changed sim card when I returned back home. I appears my Anti Theft app kicked in and it required a logon passworld. I think after a couple of unsuccessful attempts my phone has been locked and I cannot even enter a password should l receive it again.
Desparately need to reconnect with my phone. I did try and phone AVG but did not have much luck. Hopefully this will work and my problem will be solved soon.
My alarm used to allow for a few snoozes and then require a bar code scan to turn off. In the last few weeks, though, the alarm immediately says "Max snoozes have been exceeded," although no snoozes were ever allowed. (This alarm should allow five snoozes.) I've tried deleting the alarm and creating a new one, but this behavior persists. I need my snoozes back! Any suggestions?
I understand the inconvenience. This shouldn't happen with AVG. Let us check the status by reinstalling the app. You can uninstall Alarm Clock Xtreme in Google Play. Follow these steps: Open Google Play from the apps screen of your device and search for Alarm Clock Xtreme. Tap Alarm Clock Xtreme to open the app information page. Tap Uninstall, then tap OK to confirm the uninstallation.
I changed my SIM card and the AVG app locked my phone. I got an email with login instructions saying I could login with my gmail account but when I do it says: "Different devices are registered under your AVG MyAccount. Please logout and log in again using AVG MyAccount"
But when I try to login using AVG MyAccount (using the email I got the AVG email at) it does not work. I tried asking for a password reset but I never get a reset email.
i change my sim slots, after that it asks for privacy protection password, i forget my privacy protection password, now how can i access my phone, and there is another issue, i uninstall my avg protection app so i even could't open right now in phone, phone gets lock in just 1 min after i switch on my mobile every time.
I am sorry to hear that you have problem in your mobile device. To best assist you with this, I suggest you to contact our AVG Mobile support. Please click on the following link ( http://avgclick.me/AVGtechnical ) and fill out your details, select as Android then the name of AVG Program that you installed in your mobile and in description please completely explain about your issue and finally click on Email option. Also when filling out your details choose Yes for the Question "Are you currently using any paid/trial AVG products?" even though you may be using the Free version and fill out necessary details and click on Email option. The AVG mobile team will reply back to you via email with a resolution.
Hello, I am not able to switch on the VPN on my Android cellphone. I have paid the licence, I have tried to switch on and to switch of the "Automatic connection", but the button "OK" at the final screen does not react active is only the button "CANCEL" ("ZRUŠIT" in Czech). I have also switched all authorisations and permissions in my cellphone settings. I attache a screenshot of the problematic screen. Thank you for any help.