Ever since the OTA update a couple of weeks ago my Droid Bionic has been pestering me every single f'ing day to allow "picasa" to access my gmail account.
I don't have any picasa crap installed, I don't have a picasa account, there is no picasa app specified on my phone and I've never been to picasa's website. So why the hell is it attacking me daily?
Is picasa just some sort of virus?
Every day around noon I get a little triangle in the notification bar and every day it says that picasa wants to be granted access to my gmail account. Every day I click on the "deny" button only to be re-asked the very f****ng next day if I want to re-deny it.
My phone lost it's root with the OTA update, do I need to re-root it to remove the picasa virus?
Note- I don't use the standard "gallery" app since it is now so terrible, I use a version of the original gallery (the one with folders, etc).
When I go into the unused gallery app that shipped with the phone, all of the options are unchecked, meaning it is not trying to "display friends activities" the "media share" setting is unchecked, etc.
I can't be the only person dealing with this picasa virus. Can anyone help me figure out how to neuter it?