How to Delete PhoneAccount Abuse Detector Completely
Learn how to delete your PhoneAccount Abuse Detector account and personal data from your device.
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1. Delete PhoneAccount Abuse Detector Account through Email
There are 2 methods to get your data (and account) deleted by PhoneAccount Abuse Detector:
- Under GDPR: EU/UK Residents have the right to ask (via email), an organization that holds data about them to delete it. This is known as the ‘right to erasure’. Organizations have one month to respond to the request.
- Under CCPA: California residents have the right to request that a company delete the data/personal information it has on them. A failure to comply with this will result in a fine of upto $7,500.
Now we understand what the Law says, Here is how to handle the account data deletion request:
- To delete your PhoneAccount Abuse Detector account, contact PhoneAccount Abuse Detector via email and provide the reasons for your request.
- Mention the law under which you make your request (GDPR or CCPA).
- Notify PhoneAccount Abuse Detector of the penalty for non-compliance - A $7,500 fine under CCPA and 4% of annual turnover under GDPR.
- Send the email to [email protected]... Login to see email.
2. How to Delete PhoneAccount Abuse Detector on Iphone
- On iphone, Goto "Settings "
- Click on "General" » "Iphone Storage".
- Select the app, and click "Delete PhoneAccount Abuse Detector".
3. Delete PhoneAccount Abuse Detector on Android phone
- Go to your Android phone Settings.
- Click on "Apps & Games".
- Select "PhoneAccount Abuse Detector" and Click "Uninstall".
PhoneAccount Abuse Detector Product Details
PhoneAccount Abuse Detector is a simple application to enumerate and detect any application that (ab)uses adding an indefinite amount of PhoneAccount(s) to Android's TelecomManager. This application exists because malicious or just improperly programmed applications can, intentionally or not, block your device from the ability to call emergency numbers. If you are in such a situation, this app helps you to find the culprit – which you then can uninstall (or disable). About permissions: This application requires two call management permissions, Manifest.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE and Manifest.permission.READ_PHONE_NUMBERS. READ_PHONE_STATE is used in all supported Android versions, whereas READ_PHONE_NUMBERS is requested on Android 12 and onwards exclusively. This is because on Android, in order to read which applications are adding PhoneAccounts to Android's TelecomManager, these permissions are necessary. No permission is (ab)used to log, collect or process any personally identifiable user information. How to use the application: The application is very simple, and contains 2 components; - A message at the top of the device, explaining if the application detected a possible abuse of this functionality which may cause issues while attempting to call Emergency Services. - A list of the applications that have registered a Phone Account in your device, usually including your own SIM Cards, Google Duo, Teams, among others. Alongside each app, the number of accounts is displayed to facilitate the identification of the malfunctioning/hijacking application. If you have doubts, check the YouTube video at the top! Source code: This application and all its components are Open-Source software, licensed under the AGPL-3.0 license. If you would like to check its source code, please refer to https://github.com/linuxct/PhoneAccountDetector