Not kidding...literally and figuratively.
Samsung has decicded, in it's apparent infinite wisdom, to do "security policy" updates on one's devices. See link below
for further details: www.zdnet.com/article/samsung-… and at least on one's smartphone, one
can decline it.
I'm resetting my new Galaxy Tab 4 for the THIRD time to see if I can get stuff sorted out, so I can keep using my stuff
I've already bought in the Amazon Appstore--and don't necessarily want to download all at once, and then find myself
NOT able to download after several days...and possibly several stealth 'security policy' updates later.
So, this time, I'm going to reset and disable the 'automatic' updates from being tick-boxed to run in the background...
and see what happens....IF it repeats, I'm down to re-purchasing some of my apps in the Google Play store--as it'd
just bee too much of a PitA to try and find a different tablet and play whack-a-mole with similar problems potentially
arising with another make/model. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 -is- one of the better bits of hardware on the market
-and- I already own it.
It doesn't mean I'm happy about this and I'm going to take it to Samsung's Facebook page later today, after my head
shuts up a bit.