To Restore or not Restore

Okay, this may be a reach. Danbo is trying to decide whether to restore this subscription on the phone that he didn't even know he had. I have no idea where this screen came from. I think we will not restore it.

One of the January words is "restore". This is probably a reach, right?
Could be mal ware
posted January 16th, 2018  
I'm always leery when it comes to updates. to be safe, I let my husband decide.
posted January 17th, 2018  
You have to be so careful, there are too many crazy deals trying to get your information to use in a bad way.
posted January 17th, 2018  
Be careful with it- if you didn't subscribe to it in the first place, it's unlikely it's good! Could be a bit of a reach- but you know what they say, "Your project, your rules!" hehe
posted January 17th, 2018  
i simply believe we are no longer in control of our lives. my computer is asking me all the time to enter my location as microsoft or google or some other damn thing wants to know to better run the programs in my computer that is most suitable to my location. i mean what the heck. iPhone is notorious for these updates. i just ignore it. every time i check my battery it asks me to enter my password and log on. i just swear at it.
posted January 17th, 2018  
@joansmor @bruni @louannwarren @olivetreeann @summerfield
Thanks everyone. I never do updates when asked. Of course, Windows 10 wants you to update, over and over and over, and then they just update it while you are sleeping and change everything.
posted January 17th, 2018  
Not a friend of update neither!
posted January 17th, 2018  
I always do the Apple updates for both my iPhone and my iPad and I've never had any problems associated with updating. But I've never had a message like this one about a fullscreen subscription service...this is totally different from my update notifications.
posted January 17th, 2018  
Makes you wonder. Nicely captured.
posted January 17th, 2018  
Works well for the restore word.
posted January 17th, 2018  
Interesting image a message I have not received on my iphone, its all to do with viewing some apps at full screen without text or borders displayed, here is technical bit its Version: 1.8.0 (99) for Android 4.1+ (Jelly Bean, API 16) Update on: 2017-11-17, so should be fine to update Henri:)
posted January 17th, 2018  
@henrir Often updates contain new security measures so not updating can leave you in peril. I know that they are a pain and sometimes time consuming but better safe then sorry. This is a subscription renewal which is different.
posted January 17th, 2018  
@henrir You tell me. Hans had Window 7 and without his permission Window changed it overnight to Window 10. then one critical update came in - and again overnight - and his computer crashed. for one whole week they tried to fix it, but Window finally gave up. Hans put Window 7 in again and thanks goodness, he had everything backed up and could reinstall. I don't really like Window 10.
posted January 17th, 2018  
@pcoulson thanks Peter. I had no idea. If it pops up again, I will do it. It is an Android.
posted January 17th, 2018  
@bruni I don't like Windows 10 either. But like you said, it installed without my permission.
posted January 17th, 2018  
@ludwigsdiana @tonydebont @tonydebont @littleconnie @joansmor
Thanks all. I didn't restore it. Perhaps it was a trial.
posted January 17th, 2018  
@gaylewood When I had my iPhone, I did the updates to. Now with the Android, I'm not so sure. It is so confusing. Like @joansmor said, this appears to be a subscription renewal. So perhaps it was a trial before.
posted January 17th, 2018  
Interesting. I'd be afraid to click the button. Cool shot, though.
posted January 17th, 2018  
@mittens I didn't. I just hit the back arrow. I haven't seen it again. What worried me was that I didn't know what application it was supposed to be.
posted January 17th, 2018  
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