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Android malware still rising!

Android’s 2012 security overhaul hasn’t stopped the volume of global threats targeting the mobile OS continuing to rise at an alarming rate.

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  1. Houston Sex Crime Attorney, December 20, 2012
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    • Manoj, January 15, 2013
      Upon moving from a Nokia to iPhone 5 the telco had made a miktase copying my contacts across. The list was imported as sorted by first name and only made it up to about letter M, so from first name N to Z were missing. (full sim card?) As well as that it took all first names from old SIM and dumped them into last name field in iPhone. Last names ended up in first name fields. How to swap it back??I went back to my Nokia PC suite where all contact still remained. Exported *.vcf's into separate folder. Then followed the dos copy command and rest of instructions. Worked perfectly. Thank you so much. It would have taken so much time to do manually.But of course it didn't solve (and wasn't intended to) the Telco initial erroneous import. Now there were duplicates from first name A to M with first and last names revered in the respective fields.Found an App called contact clean which fixed it. Seems like many others have had the reversed problem so hopw that is all helpful. Thanks agasin. Reply

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