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New for 2018 version updated: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWitWQGg6Cc&list=PL39HCM-SRLM-zDg2Bd-Jl47wTuDzvAfYr&index=3 If this doesn't work you could try this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k04iR7Vt2JA&index=1&list=PL39HCM-SRLM-zDg2Bd-Jl47wTuDzvAfYr New version available that shows the screenshot version of this here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXQwnc30r6k&index=32&list=PL39HCM-SRLM9tEFisffJDK7ITNnT3h5ki This video will show you a way of getting your audio to work properly in calls on Android phones that use the okay google feature. Works with most Android versions, including Nougat & Oreo It seems that as the app monitors the mic of the phone, under some conditions it will override the normal behaviour of the mic so no one can hear you on the other end, or it will cause the call to drop or just no audio at all. By disabling the okay google voice monitoring, everything goes back to normal and you can enjoy using your phone again. Hopefully this video will help you, if it does please consider supporting my channel in some way. Thanks for watching! Please feel free to comment here or go and have your say on social media. Send me a private email if you have a product you would like unboxed or reviewed. Most of the items we review can be found in Our Amazon influencer Storefront. https://www.amazon.com/shop/mikesunboxingreviewsandhowto Email firstname.lastname@example.org YouTube https://www.youtube.com/mikesunboxing Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mikesunboxing LinkedIn linkedin.com/in/mike-churchill-14664832 Website http://www.mikesunboxing.com Tubebuddy https://www.tubebuddy.com/mikesunboxing Discord: https://discord.gg/Y7RtrvT DISCLAIMER: mikesunboxing.com are an Amazon and GearBest.com global affiliate partner, so if you visit either site please use any of the links below. Amazon UK: http://amzn.to/2j0UXT0 Amazon US: http://amzn.to/2hH8n3o Amazon CA: http://amzn.to/2zeogWe GearBest : https://www.gearbest.com/?lkid=11784098 This will COST YOU NOTHING but Amazon or GearBest.com will give us a very very small commission payment, to help keep the channel going!
How to Know if You've Been Hacked? If you think your smartphone is your private zone, you may be very wrong. So far, there is no such device that can’t be hacked. We often see our smartphones as our secure digital havens. We use them to keep our most personal information: from pictures to credit card details. Some people even save their passwords in Notes. That’s a bit too much, right? You probably have all your text and email communication, including work stuff, based or synchronized on your phone. To reduce the potential risks, we figured out three things: the ways your phone can be hacked, how to recognize them, and how to protect your phone from hackers. TIMESTAMPS You find new apps on your phone (you didn't install them) 3:45 Some apps stop working like they used to 4:20 Your phone has suddenly started to run out of juice very quickly. 4:37 Your smartphone seems slower than it used to be. 5:01 Your phone gets warm. 5:31 Your phone reboots itself, switches off, dials numbers, or starts applications. 5:56 Unknown phone numbers appear in your "Recent calls," and it costs you. 6:20 You cannot switch off your device 6:47 There are noises or echo during calls 7:12 You notice an increased use of mobile data 7:28 "Pop-ups" start appearing on your device out of nowhere 8:49 Emails sent from your phone are blocked by spam filters 9:15 You can’t make calls, or they are being dropped 9:38 What should you if you see any of these signs on your phone? Try running mobile anti-malware software, delete all the apps you have not installed, and unreliable apps eating too much traffic. If it is possible, you can also reset your phone and go back to original settings. If that does not seem enough to you, consult a professional. How can anyone steal your personal data? - The easiest way is by taking possession of your phone for a few minutes and installing spy apps such as Spy Phone App, Spyzie, or Spyera. These apps are basically mobile trackers that record the incoming and outgoing phone calls and text messages. They can track GPS location, online activity and communication going on Whatsapp, Facebook, Viber, and Skype. - Via an unprotected Wi-Fi network in a cafe or airport. The means of public Wi-Fi, you share all your traffic with everyone around you. Think of it next time you want to “Check in” somewhere exotic. - When charging your phone via an unknown USB (even in an airplane or a car), there is a risk that all your data will be revealed and transferred. That’s a lot of information that can be used against you. - SMS phishing. This happens when you receive a message with a link saying that it is, for example, your bank statement, a money transfer, or your photos. So you click it, download the file, and then reveal all your phone contents to hackers. - With the help of the Signalling System SS7, used by the majority of telephone stations all over the world, hackers can read your text messages, listen to your phone calls, and track your cell phone locations. But if you are not a celebrity, there is nothing to worry about. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ SMART Youtube: https://goo.gl/JTfP6L 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
Robocallers are a nuisance, and it seems like they're calling us with more and more frequency. Using the same area code as you and other dastardly tricks, it seems like there's no escape from being offered another timeshare, vacation package, or home security system. But there are some things you can do to prevent them. Tech Insider tells you all you need to know about tech: gadgets, how-to's, gaming, science, digital culture, and more. Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: http://www.businessinsider.com/sai TI on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/techinsider TI on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tech_insider/ TI on Twitter: https://twitter.com/techinsider -------------------------------------------------- Following is the transcript of the video: Steve Kovach: Telemarketers have been around for decades. Telemarketer: Long distance service. Seinfeld: Oh gee, I can't talk right now. Steve Kovach: But in the cell phone era, they've gotten a lot more advanced. Robocallers can automatically dial your number and human doesn't even get involved until you pick up. For some of you, that probably means several annoying calls a week. But there are some things you can do to stop them. Let's back up for a second though. How do robocallers get your number in the first place? There are a lot of tricks they use. They can get your number from a variety of sources like dialing 1-800 numbers, filling out forms online, even charities will sell your phone number to third parties. There's no foolproof way to prevent robocallers from getting your number, but there are a few things you can do to mitigate the chances of it happening. Treat your cell phone number like your Social Security number or your credit card number. Don't give it out to a party you don't trust. If you have to give out your number, use an alternative like maybe your work landline or even a landline you have at home that you never answer. But what if it's too late? What if robocallers already have your number? There are a few ways they trick you into answering. One thing they do is spoof their number so it looks like it's coming from the same area code. You're more likely to answer a phone call from a neighbor than a random number across the country. Sometimes they'll even block the caller ID so you're curious enough to pick up. If you don't recognize the number calling you, just don't answer. No matter what trick they use to get you to answer, it's annoying, but you can fight back. First, if a robocaller gets to you, you can block that number from calling you again. It's actually really easy to do. On iPhone, go to your recent calls and click on the "I" next to the robocaller that just called you. Then scroll down and click "Block this caller." It's a little bit of a different process depending on which Android phone you might have, but go through your call log and you should see the option to block it. Android users also get an extra bonus, Google software can automatically scan a number before it calls you and let you know if it's spam or not. Then you don't even have to answer. The government can help you out too. The FTC has a national do not call list that you can enter your cell phone number into and if a robocaller calls you anyway, you can report them and they'll get fined. Most wireless carriers offer tools to block spammers and robocallers, so ask your carrier what they offer. If all else fails, there are a few apps you can download to your phone that promise to block robocallers. RoboKiller and Truecaller are two popular options. They charge a monthly fee, but they promise to block 90% of robocalls. RoboKiller has a cool feature that lets you send messages back to robocallers so you can give them a taste of their own medicine. Male Voice: You just called me in a local training exercise mode. Telemarketer: No I did not. Male Voice: I trained for six months to go onto America's Got Talent. Steve Kovach: Unfortunately, there's no way to block 100% of the robocalls you receive. They're constantly finding new ways to get to you. But if you're smart and proactive, you can drastically reduce the amount you receive. Male Voice: So you feel like giving like an honest opinion on whether you think my voice is nice or not. Are you cool with that?
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We've been getting a lot of reports about #GalaxyS9 voice calling issues including the ones described below. Today's video will answer two of these issues so hopefully you'll find it helpful.