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  1. This thread will be based on Android roms and mods. Anyone needing help regards to roms, kernels, mods etc can decision here.. This thread will help user with there device or any problem they are having.. Disclaimer:
  2. How to disable OK Google and Google Assistant on Android devices Many Android devices come with Google applications and services, even if the device is not a device created by Google itself but by another company. Google Assistant is available as a standalone application as well which Android users may install to integrate it on their device. Two of the features that you may find on your Android device are OK Google and Google Assistant. OK Google is a tool that is activated by voice to run searches or certain actions. Google Assistant ties into that but can also be controlled via text. If OK Google or Google Assistant are active on your Android device but you are not using these tools, you may want to consider disabling those. You may remember that I bought a Google Pixel 3A device when it first came out to replace my trusted by aging Nokia 5.1 device. The Google device is chock-full when it comes to Google services and tools; OK Google and Google Assistant are a part of the device but I never use these services. I don't have any use cases for these, don't want to talk to my phone, and don't like the privacy implications either. One of the first things that I did was to go through the smartphone to disable any service or tool that I don't use. OK Google and Google Assistant were two of the features that I disabled. Here is how I did it. Note: The way to disable Google Assistant and OK Google may be different depending on the Android version of the device. If you notice that you have to follow different steps to disable the features, let me know in the comments. If you figured it out, please share your experience in the comments so that others may benefit from it as well. Disable OK Google Here is how you disable OK Google on your device: Open the Google application on the Android device. Click on the "More" link when it opens. Now navigate to Settings > Voice > Voice Match Disable "Access with Voice Match", "Unlock with Voice Match", and "While Driving". Disable Google Assistant Google Assistant is disabled in the Google settings on the device, not in the Google application. Open the Settings on the device. Select Google and use it to navigate to Search, Assistant & Voice > Google Assistant. In the Google Assistant settings, switch to the Assistant tab. Scroll down until you find the list of Assistant devices. Select your device. Turn off "Google Assistant" on the screen that opens. Closing Words Disabling does not mean that these two services are removed entirely from the device. You still get the voice icon in the search field but a tap on the icon displays a "turn on" prompt indicating that Google Assistant is turned off. Source: How to disable OK Google and Google Assistant on Android devices (gHacks - Martin Brinkmann)
  3. Google Reminders to require Google Assistant Google is rolling out a change currently on Android that affects customers who use the Reminders feature of the Google application. The Google application is installed on many Android devices and one of its features is called Reminders. It provides customers with options to set reminders, e.g. to make sure that you don't forget a birthday, buy certain products, or remember the room number on a trip. Google started to roll out a major update a couple of days ago that finally broke with the group notifications view of reminders. The group view merged multiple reminders into a group which made it impossible to deal with them on a one on one basis in Android's notifications area. The change that is rolled out now impacts all users of the Reminders feature. A report on Android Police suggests that Google moved Reminders under the Google Assistant umbrella. Means: if you have disabled Google Assistant or if Google Assistant is not available in your region, you cannot use Reminders anymore. You need to use another feature for reminders, e.g. setting up events in Calendar instead. Users from a region in which Google Assistant is available in have the following experience once the change lands: instead of adding or editing reminders in the Google application, you are taken to the Google Assistant application directly. If you have turned Google Assistant off, you get a prompt to turn it back on first as you won't be able to use the reminders feature otherwise anymore. Google customers who used Reminders to add "Place" reminders will notice that the option is no longer available in the new interface. It is possible that it gets added back at a later point in time but there is no guarantee for that. The only option, apparently, is to communicate with Assistant directly by saying something like "remind me to [something] when I get to [place]". Closing Words Google has not announced the change yet and it is unclear if it ever will. We don't know why the company is making the change but the most likely explanation is that it is interested in getting customers to use Google Assistant. I have to admit that I don't use Google Assistant or the Google application on Android. I use the Calendar to set up reminders instead which works just fine Source: Google Reminders to require Google Assistant (gHacks - Martin Brinkmann)
  4. Two privacy-first, open-source platforms want to give consumers what the tech giants won’t. But starting from scratch isn’t easy. For years, the devices and services we use have ever more aggressively monitored our activities and mined our data. But as consumers have grown increasingly attuned to privacy concerns, solutions have been appearing to help them evade tracking. Browsers such as Brave and search engines such as DuckDuckGo play up their privacy-first design. When it comes to the dominant mobile operating systems, Google has talked about preserving privacy by providing more transparency and exposing opt-out controls. Apple, on the other hand, has sought to create services that remove the opt-out requirement by not collecting data in the first place, turning privacy preservation into a key differentiator. But many users aren’t comfortable even with Apple’s approach. Recently, two groups have created new platforms that avoid sharing data with Google, Apple, or any other entity behind the scenes. Nevertheless, their product-development approaches parallel the market strategies of Google and Apple, with some striking differences. One of these is the e Foundation. Its eOS aspires to be a Google-free version of Android that has a wide range of device support. It’s not a new idea: One existing alternative to Google’s flavor of Android is LineageOS, a fork of what had been the leading Google Android alternative, CyanogenMod. However, according to Gaël Duval, head of e Foundation, producing a version of Android that is completely Google-free requires far more effort than just stripping out Google apps such as Gmail; even LineageOS sends some data through Google’s servers or relies on its services. 20 years ago, Duval created Mandrake Linux, a more approachable distribution of the open-source operating system. Drawing on this experience, he wants to make replacing Google’s Android with the foundation’s eOS version as simple as clicking a button on an installer app. The software’s current beta version supports about 75 different smartphone models. For now, though, the process is similar to installing any custom ROM on an Android phone—that is, not very convenient. To bridge the gap, e Foundation is gearing up to sell a number of refurbished Android phones with the current version of eOS preinstalled. Next year, it intends to offer its own new, optimized smartphones with the OS preinstalled. Until e Foundation can offer its own hardware designed from scratch, it will have to rely on third-party hardware drivers that it doesn’t control. Avoiding that liability is one of the main goals of Purism and its forthcoming smartphone, the Librem 5. A social purpose corporation with a charter to consider goals beyond profit maximization, Purism has been shipping laptops with a strong focus on security and privacy since 2015. It’s used the revenue from its laptops to fund development of its first smartphone. Like its previous devices, the phone runs Purism’s own version of Linux, giving it even more distance from the Google ecosystem than e Foundation’s Android-based system. Image:LineageOS on Samsung Galaxy Note 3 With eOS, e Foundation is taking a Google-like approach, by trying to get its software on as many smartphones as possible in order to reach ubiquity. Purism, by contrast, is pursuing Apple-like vertical integration by developing its own operating system, optimizing hardware to run on it, and even launching a group of services under the banner of Librem One. While Purism’s product development approach has similarities to Apple’s, there are some critical differences. Unlike Apple, Purism makes software that’s open and free to be used by other developers. The company’s devices are endorsed by the Free Software Foundation, and it will only bundle apps on its smartphone that are similarly endorsed. Second, Purism has very different design goals than Apple. While Apple is obsessed with integration and sleek design, Purism’s smartphone will include dedicated hardware switches for the camera and microphone, allowing users to swiftly and definitively turn off those features in the interest of privacy. Instead of integrating as many functions as possible onto its CPU, the phone will err on the side of security with distinct CPU, GPU, and modem modules. It will also have a removable battery, a feature that Apple long ago abandoned in the interest of svelte devices. Purism’s design decisions help contribute to the Librem 5’s 14-mm profile, which is thick for a modern smartphone. Dissatisfied with the level of openness from leading smartphone chip vendors, Purism is using a processor from NXP Semiconductors. The Dutch company, which was long an acquisition target of Qualcomm, is generally known for automotive processors and sensors. Image: Librem 5 Linux smartphone Purism plans to start with the basics of phone calls and texting and add functionality from there. One advantage it has is that its smartphone runs the same Pure Linux distribution that its laptops use, so a pipeline of existing apps could be adapted to run on the smartphone once they’ve been rejiggered to work on a smaller display. The company seems unconcerned that its devices’ slow gestation and relatively high prices—it’s taking Librem 5 preorders for $699—will faze consumers. It believes other manufacturers will eventually adopt its open-source platform, but only after it has proven its viability. Both of these startups’ efforts are ambitious and thoughtful, but they’re taking on one of the most daunting challenges in all of consumer technology. From Windows Phone to the enthusiast-backed Sailfish OS, alternative platforms have failed to gain a foothold in the era of the Apple-Google smartphone OS duopoly. Even if Purism and e Foundation achieve all of their platform goals, they will still have to make their case for a mobile experience that lacks virtually all of the most popular apps that consumers use today. While both camps consider Apple an enemy, it’s done more than any other mainstream tech company to advocate for privacy, a move that could help these new entrants. On the other hand, apps that mine our data, such as Facebook and YouTube, remain some of the most popular offerings on iOS. Apple recognizes that it must balance the services consumers know they want with the privacy Apple believes they need. One way or another, these smartphone upstarts will also need to strike that balance, in a way that makes sense to a critical mass of consumers. Source
  5. Operating systems are dwindling towards irrelevance, and that’s no bad thing When PC Pro was born nearly 25 years ago, it didn't start life under that name: It entered the world as Windows Magazine. Magazines gathered in little tribes. There was PC Pro, PC Magazine, Computer Shopper and several others all vying for the Windows users, and then there were MacUser and MacFormat trying to tempt the Macolytes. Later on, the Linux mags came along, once the writers had managed to unjam their beards from the printer. There wasn't – with the possible exception of the ultra-snobby Wired – one magazine that served all those audiences, because why would they? What would a Mac owner want to know about the new advances in Windows 98? It just didn't compute. A quarter of a century later, the operating system is on the brink of irrelevance. Nothing much is defined by the OS that you use. You could be running macOS, Windows, Android or iOS, even desktop Linux, and to a large extent your day-to-day work would be unaffected. Files flow freely from one OS to another with compatibility rarely raising its ugly head. Computing's tribes have never rubbed along so harmoniously. This outbreak of peace has had a dramatic effect on the computing landscape, and nowhere more so than at Microsoft. The company's mantra used to be "Windows everywhere"; now it's getting harder to find mention of Windows anywhere. New Windows releases used to be huge staging posts, now they're little more than blog posts. The recent Build conference, once the place where we tech journalists flocked to get a full day's advanced briefing on all the new features in the next version of Windows, barely made mention of the W word, according to those who were there. Microsoft's embrace of Linux and its conversion to the Chromium engine for the Edge browser are based on a realisation that Microsoft failed to grasp for too long: despite those billion or so users, the world doesn't revolve around Windows anymore. It's hard to think of anything but niche software packages that could survive by chaining themselves to a single OS anymore. In the process of researching and writing this column, I've gone from Word on my Windows laptop to finishing it off on the train using Word on my iPad Pro. I read the background articles using Chrome on my Android phone, clipped quotes and notes to OneNote mobile, which I've accessed on the other platforms, and saved the copy itself in Dropbox. Had any of these applications or services been tied to a particular OS, I wouldn't be using them. Twenty years ago, Sun boss Scott McNealy used to lose his rag at every press conference when asked about Windows. "Who cares about operating systems?" he would bellow. "Nobody knows what operating system is running inside their car or their mobile phone," he would argue, in the days before iOS and Android were even conceived. They were, to his mind, an irrelevance. He was wrong at the time, but he would be entitled to say "I told you so" if he were still around to swagger into press conferences now. The OS is dwindling in importance. Like a good football referee, you barely notice it's there at all. Even Microsoft has sussed that the operating system just has to get out of the way, which is why it's worked hard to reduce unwanted interruptions from security software and the dreaded Windows Update. To use the favourite phrase of a former editor, Windows has learned to "just deal with it". While a small part of me misses the tribalism and the pub banter with the smug Mac brigade (they probably had reason to be smug, truth be told), the "anything for an easy life" part of me is relieved. I can pick up almost any device and be confident that it will let me get on with the day job. Only a few specialist apps are tied to a particular machine. Windows doesn't really matter any more – it's a good job we changed PC Pro's name all those years ago. Source
  6. I have started this sub-section for Android Games to keep Android mobile games free from applications / themes. All nsane members are requested to post Games here. If admins as requested creates a sub-forum for it at any stage, this thread will be merged later. For posting guidelines, please refer to this post: //www.nsaneforums.com/topic/220597-guidelines-and-templates/ PS: Admin, thanks for listening to Android sub-forum request.
  7. Google confirms “Play Pass” subscription service for Android apps Screenshots show $4.99 a month service for "hundreds" of apps and games. Google is testing a new "Play Pass" subscription service for the Google Play Store. The company confirmed testing of the new service to Android Police, after the site was sent screenshots of the subscription service by a user. Screenshots show the service would have users sign up right inside the Play Store, allowing them to pay a monthly fee for access to "Hundreds of premium apps and games." The promo mentions "no purchases, no ads, and in-app purchases unlocked" for "a curated catalog spanning puzzle games to premium music apps and everything in between." The purchase screen shows a $4.99 a month price with a 10-day free trial of the service. Developers will apparently get paid based on usage, as the screenshots mention Google will track "Play Pass app and game usage to determine how much developers earn." Apps that are part of the service will get a Play Pass badge in some sections of the Play Store. The screenshots also show a "Play this game for free with Google Play Pass" promo right below the buy button on participating apps. There's no hard list of participants yet, but the screenshots show icons for Stardew Valley, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Monument Valley, Limbo, and more. Apple is also launching a game subscription service called "Apple Arcade" sometime this fall. Apple's service is only for games (Google is including some apps), but Apple's game selection will have some amount of exclusivity to Apple Arcade. An Android subscription service faces two challenges, one is that Android users are not willing to spend as much on apps and games as iOS users. iOS users, somehow, still manage to outspend Google Play users overall, even though there are way, way more Google Play users. The other issue is that Android apps are generally not as a polished or well-supported as their iOS counterparts. (These two things are probably related!) For now Play Pass is just in testing, and there's no word on a final rollout. The price could change, or Google could need more time to negotiate with developers. It looks like whoever this user is actually has access to it though, so maybe we'll see it launch sometime soon. Source: Google confirms “Play Pass” subscription service for Android apps (Ars Technica) (To view the article's image gallery, please visit the above link)
  8. Google last year released a file management app called Files Go for Android devices. It comes with an AirDrop-like wireless file sharing functionality in supported devices to support the highest transfer speeds possible. It also allows users to clean up their device by quickly finding and suggesting files for removal. Google today updated the Files app with two new features. First, Google is bringing dark theme support. Google claims that this new dark theme can preserve your battery and reduce eye strain. New audio player allows users to listen to music or watch videos offline with new controls like Skip, Rewind or Fast-forward. Download the updated app from Google Play Store. Source
  9. How to check your Android phone’s notifications on a Windows PC Your phone and PC can work together if you set them up properly Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge It’s been a long time coming, but Microsoft finally has its own system for managing Android notifications from Windows. This system makes it possible to see notifications from your Android phone on your Windows 10 PC as they arrive and to pull up your entire SMS history along with any pending notifications on demand. You can even reply to messages and compose new texts right from your computer. Here’s how to get started. On your Windows 10 computer First, make sure you have the latest version of the Your Phone app: Open the Microsoft Store, and search for “Your Phone” If the app isn’t already installed, install it If the app is installed, click the three-dot menu button next to the “Launch” command. If “Update” appears as an option, select it. Next, prepare your computer for the connection: Open the Your Phone app Click the Android box, then click “Get started” Enter your phone number in the prompt that appears 1 of 3 Got it? Good. Time to move to the phone side of things. On your Android phone Look for a text from Microsoft with a link to install the Your Phone Companion app (or just find the app in the Play Store on your own), and then install it Open the Your Phone Companion app, and tap “Sign in with Microsoft” Enter your Microsoft credentials. Make sure to use the same account shown in the Your Phone app on your computer. Grant the app the various permissions it requests When the app prompts you to set up the Your Phone app on your PC, tap “My PC is ready” When the app prompts you to allow the connection, tap “Allow” 1 of 12 The final link There’s just one bit of setup left, the part that allows notifications to go through: Open your phone’s system settings, search for “Notification Access,” then select the Notification Access option Find the Your Phone Companion app in the list, and activate the toggle beside it Tap “Allow” on the confirmation window that appears Go back to the Your Phone app on your computer, and click the Notification tab on the left side of the screen. If you don’t see a Notification tab, close the app and then reopen it. Click “Get started,” then click “Open settings for me.” You already manually adjusted your settings (which is the more direct way of doing it — and the only way to do it as of this year’s Android Q release), so you should be taken right to the app’s Notifications screen. 1 of 2 That’s it! Any notifications you get on your phone will now automatically pop up on your desktop and then move into your Windows 10 Notification Center (in the lower-right corner of the screen). Any text messages will include the option to reply — something that’s currently limited to your default Android SMS app but will soon expand to support all apps with reply functions in their notifications. 1 of 3 Any time you want to look through all of your messages and pending notifications, just open the Your Phone app on your computer. While you’re there, click on the “Customize” command within the Notifications tab. That’ll let you selectively mute notifications from specific apps, in case you ever need a little less noise. Source: How to check your Android phone’s notifications on a Windows PC(The Verge) (To view the article's image galleries, please visit the above link)
  10. These days, our lives are dependant on our smartphones, and losing it is can spell disaster. Even misplacing our phone inside the house leads to one missing a few heartbeats. Almost everyone who owns a smartphone has faced this nightmare at least once in their lives. Here’s how you can find your lost phone using Google Firstly, the most important thing is that have an active data connection with GPS turned on and are signed in to the the Google account on your phone. These settings will enable you to track your smartphone regardless of the location. Recovery from a Desktop – Gmail comes to the rescue if you have lost your phone as it comes with a range of services. Sign in to your Gmail on your system and go to the homepage – Head to the profile icon in the upper right hand corner – Select Google Account – Choose Security on the left-hand side – Select Find a lost or stolen phone which can be found under a section called Your devices – Select the device you are trying to find (Your older phones or a PC might be shown) – Verify it is you by entering in your Gmail password Recovery from mobile – Click on the Gmail app – Tap on add another account if it is not you phone own. If you already have a second phone, click Manage your Google Account. – Go to the top and click Security – Go down to Your devices and select Find a lost or stolen phone – Choose your device – Verify that it is you by entering in your Gmail password Here onwards, Google can help with you a few things. If the phone’s location is current, then the icon will turn green and if it is the phone’s last known location, it’ll turn gray. Select the green icon which leads to Google Maps and shows you the coordinates to find the phone. If you are close to the mobile location, click Play Sound after which Google will ring your device for five minutes, even if it happens to be on silent. Erasing the device data As often is the case, we lose our phones because we forget where we last kept it and this is where Google’s Secure Device comes into play. This feature will lock your phone in case you don’t have a password pin to protect it and sign out of your Google account so that your data is not misused, However, you will still be able to locate your phone. This also enables you to leave a recovery message along with an alternate phone number if a good Samaritan finds your phone and intends to give you your phone back. If everything fails, the best option would be to select Erase the Device which will erase all the information on the phone, however, if it is backed up on Google then you will be able to access it. Also, it has to be noted that this also means that you will not be able to locate your phone any longer. Moreover, the users must keep in mind that whether the internet is turned will pretty much decide as to what happens to the phone’s data. The next time the phone comes online, its data will be erased and if the phone does not show up online, the data will not be erased. Google Find My Device App Apart from the above mentioned, one can also download Google’s Find My Device app. The app’s layout is quite similar to using the Gmail recovery process. Sign in with your Gmail account or simply use the guest option and make sure to give the app access to your phone’s location when it asks in order to begin the process. Furthermore, another bonus is the app’s indoor maps feature, which can also be found on Google Maps. This will be particularly helpful if you loose your phone in an airport or a mall. However, it must be noted that the feature will not work if the phone is on silent. Source Site: https://www.financialexpress.com/industry/technology/google-can-help-you-find-your-lost-phone-heres-how/1658790/
  11. Quick Tip Today am gonna show you how you can download your favorite Android Apps directly from Google Play Store. From the Play Store, search for your favorite app, copy the link with the app id visit apps.evozi.com/apk-downloader/ Paste the link and click generate download link. Wait for some seconds as your download link is been generated. After some few seconds, your link should be ready for download. eNJOy!!! source: thetechblog
  12. Google launches Gallery Go by Google Photos for Android Gallery Go by Google Photos is a new Android application by Google designed as an alternative to Google Photos. The application has been launched worldwide by Google but it is feature-restricted in some regions. Designed to be lightweight, Gallery Go by Google Photos follows other "Go" applications such as YouTube Go, Google Search Go or Google Maps Go which Google launched in recent years. The applications are designed for new mobile users and markets favoring lower-end devices, and are part of Google's plan to reach even more users. The application requires Android 8.1 or higher but that is the only requirement. Anyone may download Gallery Go by Google Photos to their Android device if they meet the requirement. The app has a size of 10 Megabytes which is small when you compare it Google Photos which has a size of 42 Megabytes currently. One of the appeals of Gallery Go by Google Photos is that it is designed for offline use. The gallery application is not as feature-rich as Google Photos but it comes with a handful of extras that may make it interesting. It can be used to view and manage photos, and to edit them as well. The app supports viewing, copying and transferring photos from and to SD cards as well. The application displays categories at the top and below that a chronological view of images. Categories are feature limited in certain regions but Google fails to mention why that is the case. Gallery Go by Google Photos may sort photos into categories such as Selfies, People or Nature automatically using machine learning. Google calls the restricted feature face grouping in the description. Tap on any group to display its photos and tap on any individual photo to view it in full and display editing options. You may share or delete the image, use the built-in auto enhancing functionality, or tap on edit to display further editing options. These are basic and allow users to apply filters, and to rotate or crop images. Videos support sharing, editing, and deleting. The edit options are limited to selecting part of the video to save it to the device. Other features include switching to a folder view mode to manage Camera photos, screenshots, or WhatsApp images. Closing Words Gallery Go by Google is designed as a lightweight application to speed up certain image and video viewing processes by using machine learning to categorize content automatically. The app is fairly limited in regions where face grouping is not enabled in. The app supports some of Google Photo's major features, auto-enhancing being a major one. The app is definitely better than YouTube Go as I refuse to use the application because of its requirement to enter a phone number on start. Source: Google launches Gallery Go by Google Photos for Android (gHacks - Martin Brinkmann)
  13. Advanced mobile surveillanceware, made in Russia, found in the wild Monokle infected Android devices, but evidence suggests iOS versions may also exist. Enlarge Big Brother Utopia Researchers have discovered some of the most advanced and full-featured mobile surveillanceware ever seen. Dubbed Monokle and used in the wild since at least March 2016, the Android-based application was developed by a Russian defense contractor that was sanctioned in 2016 for helping that country’s Main Intelligence Directorate meddle in the 2016 US presidential election. Monokle uses several novel tools, including the ability to modify the Android trusted-certificate store and a command-and-control network that can communicate over Internet TCP ports, email, text messages, or phone calls. The result: Monokle provides a host of surveillance capabilities that work even when an Internet connection is unavailable. According to a report published by Lookout, the mobile security provider that found Monokle is able to: Retrieve calendar information including name of event, when and where it is taking place, and description Perform man-in-the-middle attacks against HTTPS traffic and other types of TLS-protected communications Collect account information and retrieve messages for WhatsApp, Instagram, VK, Skype, imo Receive out-of-band messages via keywords (control phrases) delivered via SMS or from designated control phones Send text messages to an attacker-specified number Reset a user’s pincode Record environmental audio (and specify high, medium, or low quality) Make outgoing calls Record calls Interact with popular office applications to retrieve document text Take photos, videos, and screenshots Log passwords, including phone unlock PINs and key presses Retrieve cryptographic salts to aid in obtaining PINs and passwords stored on the device Accept commands from a set of specified phone numbers Retrieve contacts, emails, call histories, browsing histories, accounts and corresponding passwords Get device information including make, model, power levels, whether connections are over Wi-Fi or mobile data, and whether screen is on or off Execute arbitrary shell commands, as root, if root access is available Track device location Get nearby cell tower info List installed applications Get nearby Wi-Fi details Delete arbitrary files Download attacker-specified files Reboot a device Uninstall itself and remove all traces from an infected phone Commands in some of the Monokle samples Lookout researchers analyzed lead them to believe that there may be versions of Monokle developed for devices running Apple’s iOS. Unused in the Android samples, the commands were likely added unintentionally. The commands controlled iOS functions for the keychain, iCloud connections, iWatch accelerometer data, iOS permissions, and other iOS features or services. Lookout researchers didn’t find any iOS samples, but they believe iOS versions may be under development. Monokle gets its name from a malware component a developer titled "monokle-agent." From Russia with… Lookout researchers were able to tie Monokle to Special Technology Centre Ltd. (STC), a St. Petersburg, Russia, defense contractor that was sanctioned in 2016 by then-President Obama for helping Russia’s GRU, or Main Intelligence Directorate, meddle in the 2016 election. Evidence linking Monokle to the contractor includes control servers the malware connects to and cryptographic certificates that sign the samples. Both are identical to those used by Defender, an Android antivirus app developed by STC. Monokle’s sophistication, combined with its possible use in nation-sponsored surveillance, evokes memories of Pegasus, a powerful set of spying apps developed for both iOS and Android devices. Developed by Israel-based NSO Group, Pegasus was used in 2016 against a dissident of the United Arab Emirates and again this year against a UK-based lawyer. Lookout researchers found Monokle folded into an extremely small number of apps, an indication the surveillance tool is used in highly targeted attacks on a limited number of people. Most of the apps contained legitimate functionality to prevent users from suspecting the apps are malicious. Based on the app titles and icons of the apps, Lookout believes targets were likely: interested in Islam interested in Ahrar al-Sham, a militant group fighting against the Syrian government and Bashar al-Assad living in or associated with the Caucasus regions of Eastern Europe interested in a messaging application called “UzbekChat” referencing the Central Asian nation and former Soviet republic Uzbekistan Many of the icons and titles have been stolen from legitimate applications to disguise Monokle’s purpose. Enlarge Lookout Other titles used familiar words like Google Update, Flashlight, and Security Update Service to appear innocuous to the intended target. Titles are mostly in English with a smaller number in Arabic and Russian. While only a small number of samples have been found in the wild, a larger number of samples dates back as long ago as 2015. As the graph below shows, they follow a fairly regular development cycle. Enlarge / Signing dates of Monokle samples. Lookout STC is best known for developing radio frequency measurement equipment and unmanned aerial vehicles. It claims to employ 1,000 to 5,000 people. It develops a suite of Android security products, including Defender, that are intended for government customers. Lookout monitored Russian job search sites for positions open at STC and found they required experience in both Android and iOS. As noted earlier, the control servers and signing certificates used by the Android defensive software were in many cases identical to those used by Monokle. Monokle’s design is consistent with a professional development company that sells to governments. The surveillanceware defines 78 separate tasks—including “gathers call logs,” “collects SMS messages,” “collects contacts,” and “gets list of files in particular system directories”—that control servers can send through SMS, email, or TCP connections. Control phrases used to invoke the commands—including “connect,” “delete,” “location,” and “audio”—are short and vague enough that, should an end user see them appear in a text message, they aren’t likely to arouse suspicions. Infected phones can also receive calls from specific numbers that will turn off headsets and allow the device on the other end to record nearby sounds. There are clear differences between Monokle and Pegasys, including the fact that the latter came packaged with powerful exploits that install the surveillance malware with little interaction required of the end user. By contrast, there are no accompanying exploits for Monokle, and Lookout researchers still aren’t sure how it gets installed. The chances of ordinary people being infected with either of these types of malware are extremely small. Still, Lookout’s report provides more than 80 so-called indicators of compromise that allow security products and more technically inclined end users to detect infections. Lookout customers have been protected against Monokle since early last year. Source: Advanced mobile surveillanceware, made in Russia, found in the wild (Ars Technica)
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  20. Shazam, the Apple-owned app that helps users identify songs playing around them, can now recognize songs you’re listening to through your headphones when using an Android phone or tablet. Acquired by Apple for $400 million last year, the company introduced a feature called ‘Pop-Up Shazam’ to its Android app recently, which when enabled, works with any other Android app to track and identify songs playing externally or internally on the phone. It’s a feature that many users have requested for years. Prior to this, when a user would chance upon a music track in say a YouTube video, they only had two inconvenient ways to shazam the song. They could either unplug the earphones from the phone and let the audio play through the built-in speakers, or draw an earpiece close to the mic of the phone. The new feature enables Shazam to track the audio signal beaming off of other apps, thereby not completely relying on just output from the surrounding and a phone’s speaker. The app is tapping the audio signal by using a persistent notification that floats around and could be dragged — like the ones from Facebook Messenger — and can be activated by a single tap. In our test, the feature worked as advertised through both wired and wireless earphones (amusingly, Apple’s AirPods) and on Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube apps. iPhone users hoping to use a similar feature will likely have to patiently wait as persistent notification isn’t something that Apple’s mobile operating system currently supports. Apple did integrate Shazam into Siri in 2014, so it is possible that it may someday explore ways to further expand songs recognition feature on its platform. Google has taken a shot at audio recognition in recent years, too, after it introduced a ‘Now Playing’ feature in its Pixel 3 series smartphone last year. If enabled, the phone actively looks for songs playing in the surrounding, identifies them and keeps a log. Source
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