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RinTinTigger

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Hey There,

i guess its the same like a real linux system, use ur brain and no anti-virus is needed. Most of the mobile anti-virus systems r just money-making thugs.

Only use ur brain, itll prevent from all bad!

Greetz
Tigger
 

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There is a free anti-virus i added as a just in case measure. If it doesn't do anything then oh well, rather have it and not need it then need it and not have it.
 

Larry of Ohio

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why trust an AV program from an unknown source?

I wouldn't trust any program running in the background hogging resources to protect me without it having the backing a major PC AV company like McAfee, Norton, or CA. Me, I'll await some publicity of Droid viruses actually existing.
 

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There is a free anti-virus i added as a just in case measure. If it doesn't do anything then oh well, rather have it and not need it then need it and not have it.

How do you know it is doing anything or maybe something bad?
 

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Hm, what are these programs scanning for if there are no known android viruses?

I'm not going to waste cpu cycles and battery power on this BS.

Task killers are BS too.
 

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Way to revive an 8 month old thread just to post a nonsense comment and a link to an utterly useless site. How exactly are you affiliated with that site again?......

Fail
 

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Way to revive an 8 month old thread just to post a nonsense comment and a link to an utterly useless site. How exactly are you affiliated with that site again?......

Fail

Ah, I didn't realize that was his first and only post. I'll report him to the mods.
 

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Settings/Application/Manage Applications/ click it and then choose "uninstall."
 
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