Ive been hacked and I found open source licenses on my phone from this website does anyone have any idea why?

Asked by Nick Anderton on 2021-01-04

My neighbor has hacked all of my device's using Bluetooth, near by share and software from web sites like this one I'm trying to figure out how to stop him can anyone please help me out? I have a lot of info I've wrote down and the devices he has installed theses apps and software on I just don't what to do with the info. I noticed about 6 months ago there was something really weird going on with my computer and phone's right after I moved into my apartment I would find open apps, websites I did not search for and I would find new open source licenses any ideas why they brought me here?

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Manfred Hampl (m-hampl) said : #1

Similar to https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/jackson-databind/+question/694784 and already answered there

You are wrong here. You need Android support.

Colin Watson (cjwatson) said : #2

Yep, and just for the record, open source licences are completely widespread and normal; by themselves they aren't an indication of anything odd, and most brands of phone ship with quite a bit of open source software straight from the factory.

This situation is not something that we (as Launchpad staff) can help with, I'm afraid.

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