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Problem with data breach

(Topic created on: 21-11-2023 07:19 AM)
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Bev54
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I have a Samsung galaxy s10 that has been breached, would it be safe to take the sim card out of my s10 and put it in my A13, will the sim card not have been affected by my data breach on my s10?
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No your sim will be fine in the new phone, only things that may have been breached on the sim is the phone number but this won't affect the other phone

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No your sim will be fine in the new phone, only things that may have been breached on the sim is the phone number but this won't affect the other phone
Bev54
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@ AshS23ultra
thank you for your reply
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Bev54
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I am a bit concerned about putting my sim card out of my Samsung s10 that has been breached into my other Samsung galaxy phone as i found this on Google chrome which says that the sim card could be affected ?20231121_083253_1000001148_1700555574.jpg
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No problem
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Yes I understand your concerns, for me personally I don't see how they can trace it to another phone, however I'm not an expect in cyber security so it definitely could be possible. If your concerned maybe ask your network provider for a new sim card then your definitely covered.
Bev54
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Further information regarding my Samsung galaxy s10 breach. I tried to access the settings where you can do a mass clear cache partition and it would have on the list the option to do a factory reset, each time i have tried to access this on my galaxy S10 and my s10 tuns back on it always shows this sign for a few seconds, does anyone know what this means please xx20231121_191147_1000002487_1700593908.jpg
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niraj12
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it failed to enter the recovery menu. To enter the menu, plug your phone into a computer and the holding the volume up button and power button together during startup

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