OMG! Samsung Smartphones Are Sending Out Photos On Their Own
OMG! Samsung Smartphones Are Sending Out Photos On Their Own

We all know very well that the South Korean giant Samsung is well-known for its quality products and devices, however, now according to the latest reports, the South Korean giant Samsung’s smartphones are sending out photos secretly on their own.

OMG! Samsung Smartphones Are Sending Out Photos On Their Own

On Android, in addition to Google applications, many brands choose to take also their versions, which many users adopt. Unfortunately these also present problems, as is now being reported by many users of Samsung smartphones.

Yes, if you have Samsung smartphone then beware, as they are sending picture messages to your contacts.

There is still no logical cause for this problem, but the truth is that there are already many complaints from users about sending messages with images taken from the photo gallery of smartphones.

The only pattern that exists in reported cases is the use of the Samsung messaging app, which is apparently behaving strangely and automatically takes the liberty of sending those images, often not limited to a single image, as it also forward entire galleries.

My S9+ sent my entire photo gallery to my girlfriend last night while I was sleeping. from GalaxyS9

When searching for these messages in the application log, they do not exist, and users are only aware of these messages because their contacts alert them. Proof of this submission is the records that can be seen on the operators.

There is also no fault on the affected devices, and problems have been reported in several smartphones of the South Korean brand, among them Galaxy S9, S9+ and Note 8.

So… S9s have been sporadically sending the entire contents of one’s gallery to a contact via SMS, and it doesn’t show up on your side. Might be worth checking logs on your carrier’s site, because it happened on my T-Mobile Note8. from GalaxyNote8

The problem may seem to be resolved by removing the permission to access the Messages to Storage app. To do this, go to Settings -> Applications -> Samsung Messages -> Permissions -> Storage.

While the South Korean giant Samsung has yet to comment on the issue, a solution is expected shortly in the form of an update to the Messaging app, as is often the case in these situations.

So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.



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