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Huawei starts showing ads on smartphone lock screens

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Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei has started showing ads for hotel reservation website Booking.com on the lock screens of their phones.


As Android Police reports, the P30 Pro, P20 Pro, P20, P20 Lite, and Honor 10 in the UK, Netherlands, Ireland, South Africa, Norway, and Germany have all been affected9to5Google adds that Huawei seems to have snuck advertising wallpapers into the default "Magazine Unlock" folder on users' devices, which means anyone not changing their default wallpapers will see them.


Deleting the backgrounds from the phone, or changing to a non-default image, gets rid of the ads. Read more...

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