05-13-2015 07:24 AM
Did you happen to play with the recovery menu and pick something like BPtest tools - on some phones this may enable that option.
05-13-2015 07:55 AM
We also have found that in some cases it just disappears on it's own, so you could try waiting it out.
05-14-2015 07:44 PM
Matt (Forums Manager) said:
This can be enabled by menu commands (which we do not recommend using -- you can totally hose your phone).
You can disable it, or just leave it. I'd leave it and just ignore it myself. If we can find a way to remove it without disabling it, I'll let you know. (A factory data reset would likely do it.)
I found it too, although it only shows up in the Settings->Apps->All list. I've done a factory data reset since the 5.1 upgrade and it's still there. Or maybe it appeared after the reset when all my apps were getting re-installed; I'd never noticed it before.
05-18-2015 07:22 AM
Phew! It did disappear on it's own jus like Matt said! P.S. I didn't do anything at all, it visited and then left on it's own without my consent.View original
Excellent. Thanks Rohan9.
05-09-2019 07:18 AM
Say you are trying to configure/modify your phone with codes/secret apps/services how do you go about revealing tr contents on the phone that's trying to be hidden if they don't appear on the phone or under apps that you're able to click on and actually access???? Do you have to comfigure/ modify your phone as well to be able to view the contents hidden?? Also what is the HiddenMenu & a VPNtelephonyservice??? Thanks much!!