Why is Google blocking my app?
I know that Google blocks apps that download malware. How can I get around the security block? Google is blocking your malicious app because it's a breach of their security. Malware goes through numerous layers of verification and protection while something like a zip file is just a zip file. It's highly unlikely that Google would approve of a zip file.
As for your second question: There is no way around the block on your account. Google blocks all apps that aren't designed by specific vendors.
Tldr; from comments: Quote OP: Hey guys I can tell you it's not on purpose. I did a simple timer task which will download a file and schedule it to. download at a certain time and put it on a local SD card, but when. I want to remove it I delete it every time. 2 lock the screen and lock app when you remove it. What I noticed is every time I remove it, it's about the same time. around 5-6pm CEST. I did this yesterday and today and it's the same So, is it even possible to download the app? This is what is happening with your app. What's happening with your app is that the app is successfully downloading the file, BigApps checks and discovers that the file is corrupted. It then attempts to automatically remove the app which reboots your device. When the phone reboots, it finds and erases the app.
Now, from what I understand, your app is only a timer - it doesn't do any downloading of other files. It's doing 5-6 pm CET.
Answer: Monitor your server. If there is something wrong, you'll know.
Another answer: Regarding the time it's downloading the files, it's 5-6 pm CET. However, there could be a problem where your server is listing the file on a shared space or a shared drive that is going through other computers.
How do I unblock apps on Chrome?
Here's the scenario. I am checking on a webpage for a blocker. My Firefox LTM and Opera browser get it first. Basically block this webpage and there is an app unblocker app, I open it and find sites that was blocked in Firefox.
Although, once its clicked on it tells me I have two options: Block sites permanently. Block temporarily. I probably found it Block temporarily since I dont want permanently, but after all it was blocked forever it kind of made me upset. So I'm looking for an app unblock that can reverse it. Example, I searched for Spotify on Spotify app store. There's two version: Premium or Free. Free (the blocked version) which I was blocked, until I found unblocker. Then I clicked on the app, and voila, block removed.
Same goes with app The Wall Street Journal which was blocked on the mobile pages. I typed in the search, unfortunate Discover was blocked. Unblocker is the best solution for it.
I just erased my cache and temporarily unblocked it. However, can I do something irreversible like this? If you want to unblock some sites permanently, there's actually an app called Get rid of filters. I think it performs the same function as the Block sites permanently option in the Firefox app.99. I've heard, you can download that app and connect it to the WatchGuard SSL VPN to get unblocked websites. I did this, but the website I go to was blocked.
Unblock apps on Chrome. Well, not really, but I think it's kind of the same thing. Yes, you can download apps to unblock any site, applying the rules from app to app.
But what I'm asking has to do with reversibility on browser. If you know how to get back to books.google.com, a book.com page was never visited before.
How do I get rid of this app is blocked on Google?
I have an app on google play that says it is blocked and it is, I have asked to be unblocked and they wont. It says it is blocked because of the app My Family Tree, I have done everything required and even tried uninstalling this app and clearing my cache, but it still shows up on Google Play, How can I get rid of it? If you do not have the app My Family Tree installed on your phone, try uninstalling it and clearing your cache. If this does not work, you can submit a dispute report to Google to get the app removed from the Google Play Store.
This issue is usually caused by a conflict between two or more apps on your phone. The apps may be the result of a third-party provider or developer, or an app installed directly to your phone. For more information or if you have any questions about this issue, please contact your phone carrier to check their policies.
Oops! Please select your intended target: Your comment has been posted to the moderator, please refresh the page to view it. I had this problem for months so I finally gave up and went to my carrier. They were no help and I had to go to the store and get another phone.
Randy. I checked my carrier and I could not find a way to change or make it so that it wouldn't show up. It was always there.
Cathy. I called my carrier and they told me it was a Android app and I was out of luck. Christopher. I saw it on my Google account and it said it was blocked. Cristina. The phone was showing on the app store and I couldn't figure out why. Greg. I had the same problem and couldn't get it to go away. Heidi.e. I was on the phone with the tech support for three weeks. Imogen. I couldn't get the notification to go away. Melissa. After I called my carrier and they couldn't help, I finally just uninstalled it.