Are you a user of OnePlus Smartphone, then beware that the manufacturer is quietly collecting personal information from you, like your passwords and access to personal stuff which you don't want to disclose to anyone. This was revealed by Christopher Moore, a software engineer and he revealed all the details on his blog.
He confessed that the smartphone captures, IMEI numbers, MAC addresses, mobile network names and IMSI prefixes. Apart from this, the mobile clearly stores a huge volume of user data. The one plus team accepts this and they said the reason they did it was to analyze the bugs in its devices for future corrections.
OnePlus also indicates that the user can turn off within the 'settings' if they don't want the data to be sent out. There are even few other ways to block the transmission to the site from the smartphone. Use an ADB utility app.
Okay, so the Second Most-watched Video on YouTube in 2017 across the World is... A Kerala Professor Sheril shot to fame overnight with the video song 'Jimmiki Kammal'. She was seen dancing along with her colleagues and other staff. As we are nearing the fag end of 2017, all the social media websites are releasing the content which trended for past 365 days.
- Late Princess Diana's bag been auctioned
- Thieves looted jewelry from Lalitha Jewelry outlet
- YS Jagan completed his 31 days of Praja Sankalpa Yatra
- Andhra University got NAAC 'A' grade but it has to improve to achieve A++ grade" Vice President
- Will Soniya Gandhi play an effective role making way for Rahul Gandhi?
- Only these TWO INDIAN PLAYERS were invited for Kohli's wedding
- Forget Delhi, Even Chennai Air Pollution has now reached Hazardous levels
- SHOCKING: Dangal Girl Zaira molested in Flight - Watch Video!
- Chandrababu Naidu taking steps to strengthen TDP in Telangana
- Who is Revanth reddy's next Target?
- YS Jagan on his fourth day in Anantapur district
- 65 Year Old man caught for clicking pictures of women in Metro Rail
- GHMC plans to raise money through new way
- Kacheguda earned first energy-efficient 'A1 Category' railway station in India
- Placement started on a very optimistic note this year by Top Recruiters