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Eric456

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  1. Okay, I think I found the file. It turned out to be in the "System storage\system\priv-app\dm" folder. Please let me know if I did something wrong in the process of saving and/or uploading the file. dm.apk
  2. I tried using several file manager apps and was unable to locate the file. I saw other com.mediatek.* apps, but not com.mediatek.dm in particular. I don't know what the file path is, and searches in those file manager apps didn't turn up any results. I can see the app information for the Device Management app displayed in Settings/Apps (when system apps are not hidden), but I don't know how to access the actual file. I read that all pre-installed apps are located somewhere in the "system" folder, but beyond that I'm not sure where to look.
  3. Hello, I've been a longtime user of Emsisoft anti-malware software on my laptop, and I trust Emsisoft as a company, which is why I am coming to you for help. After I installed the McAfee Mobile Security app (the pro version came included free when I bought my new laptop) on my old Alcatel POP 4S phone (which runs Android 6.0), I ran a scan, which reported that a pre-installed system app made by Mediatek, called "Device Management," was in fact malware. (The "package name" of the app is “com.mediatek.dm”.) McAfee described it as a "high threat risk" which was "designed to secretly access y
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