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rcorrea
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Samung Galaxy S6 Edge Unauthorized actions have been detected Error

I just purchased my Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and about every 5-10 minutes i'm receiveing a error from the SecurityLogAgent with the message "Unauthorized actions have been detected". It gives me the options to scan the phone to revert changes and reboot the phone.  

 

This message keeps appearing every 5 minutes no matter what I do.  Does anyone else have this issue or a solution for it.  I looked online and noticed internationally many people are having this issue as well with so solution from Samsung.

 

Any help 🙂

 

 

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RogersDarrell
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Re: Samung Galaxy S6 Edge Unauthorized actions have been detected Error

Hi @rcorrea

 

I've taken a look around too and see that this has popped across multiple devices.  It looks like some are disabling the Security Log Agent; while I don't condone that.

 

 

Have you downloaded or visited any 'less than credible' apps or sites since you have obtained the device?

 

 

 

RogersDarrell

rcorrea
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Re: Samung Galaxy S6 Edge Unauthorized actions have been detected Error

Hi @RogersDarrell

 

This issue started happening on the first day i've received the phone.  An hour first setting it up.  Others have had the same issue as well since day one

AccordXTC
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Re: Samung Galaxy S6 Edge Unauthorized actions have been detected Error

Sounds like if the issue is since day once. I'd ask you when you got this phone were you using a android based phone before?

Most people get a new phone and have it install apps from when it you set it up after entering your Google play account info

Then once that "less the creditable" app is installed it's now tripping Knox protection. I would look at the apps you had installed once it was setup.