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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Bionic' started by Kobe24, Aug 24, 2012.
And this is bad why?
I read the post and went into my bin file and sure enough it was there.
Interesting. I won't say I'm too surprised. Let's be serious though... why hasn't someone at least expected this? I've kind of thought that the phones were probably calling home. That's why I am still on 905. It would suck particularly bad if everyone that used the leaks got a letter in the mail with some kind of consequence for using the leaked version. Perhaps a voided warranty, some bizarre cell phone fee, or something else that really sucks.
From reading the script it seems to me as.that is just collecting "bug" or "crash" data, have you ever had an app force close then ask to send crash data to record and diagnose the data?
I believe that is what this report is.. not Motorola "steeling" your info to blacklist you as a ics user that is not part of the soak testing program..
And if they are, you were never intended to use this version of ics, its a internal developmental build not a public release, now saying big brother is watching is just pure stupidity and pure paranoia for a bug submitting script..
You choose to upload that crash report or just hit cancel if a app does f.c...
Also, when I was "off the upgrade path" I called Motorola and spoke with one person, they can fix your phone if you send it to them.. it won't void your warranty, this convo was a day before the fix was found to downgrade the kernel.. so I did not send it to Motorola..
I think anyone using a leaked build should suspect it. I wouldn't be surprised if there were more than one method to collect data built in, would you?
It looks like it might send screenshots so its a little more than "crash" data.
Still, if your going to install a leak you should suspect they're collecting data, no biggie to me but still removed it.
#put the attachments in a separated folder so that Bug2Go can handle it separately.
b2glog d "Attachment path: $attachmentPath"
#capture the current screenshot
b2gscreencap "-p $attachmentPath/screenshot-$timestamp.png"
#Start the Bug2Go App
There is nothing weird or suspicious about this. Its a crash reporting tool that can help developers analyze/debug issues that occur. Its meant to improve the user experience ovet time.
Tall about paranoid android jeez
Somehow I'm reminded of the "Teddy Bear Virus" hoax Teddy Bear Virus Hoax - jdbgmgr.exe
I don't believe anyone is putting a gun to anyone's head forcing them to uninstall this file, the OP is just letting people know there.
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It could be harmless or not. All I know is I found a ton of the bug report txt files of all places in my pictures library. I opened one and it goes on forever. It lists every app on my phone. I found where I had been using Foxfi and where I had been using Wifi tether. The file is in a notepad format and is 7Mb. That is a lot of raw data.
Dang that does suck.
Can we delete it without being rooted?