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- February 13, 2019 at 3:17 am #1099aronwestensonGuest
Keep on getting too many pop-ups from olpair.com stating that my android device may be infected by virus. This constant pop-up from notification seems to be from Google Chrome app but the origin is olpair.com.
I have tried uninstalling recently downloaded apps prior to receiving this pop-up message. Several guides were also tried to fix this olpair.com pop-up issue but nothing is working right as of now. There are several instructions to remove the virus but I always bump for computer removal, there are few topics that tackle olpair.com virus for android and mobile devices and most of them are not helpful at all.
One forum states that clearing the cache will resolve the issue. But each time I follow instructions from different websites, I am getting more and more confuse because of various ways in removing olpair.com pop-up virus. Each offers different method and it all boils down to selling their own app.
If I cannot solve this problem in basic steps, I am taking the long way of hard resetting the phone. But, as much as possible I want possible option to stop olpair.com pop-up notification aside from hard reset.February 13, 2019 at 8:24 am #1101louisdrourthGuest
Yes, there are only few discussions on this topic. For me, olpair.com pop-up has nothing to do with malware or similar concerns. It could be the settings on your Notification panel that allows olpair to open this alerts. Try doing this:
1. Open Google Chrome for Android
2. Tab the ‘Customized and Control’ button at the upper right corner of the screen. This is represented by three vertical dots.
3. Tap Settings.
4. Tap Notifications.
5. Turn Off the App Notification.