when the world finds out you might like gay sex on live tv

i don’t know if andriod does this,
but on my iphone,
i use to keep all my “sketch” apps in a folder labelled:

EXTRAS

that’s where i put that pesky “stock” app…

…but i don’t really have “sketch” apps on my phone nowadays.
(i showed you what’s on my iphone: x here)
ain’t nothing worst than getting caught up because of your phone.
how about getting caught up because of what’s on your phone…
on live tv?

this reporter may have accidentally let the world know his secret

that hot ‘n’ fresh grindr app at @:45.

with the close up,
right next to instagram and snapchat.
i keep telling the foxhole that your phone holds all your secrets.
it tells you:

if you two faced
a spy
your last location

who you last fucked
live video of how you was fuckin’ them
who you about to fuck next
how you cheatin with
how narcissistic you are
your porn addiction

your sexuality
who you murdered or plan on (i mean, can we font? lets not act like a whole murderer ain’t been caught due to their phone)

you gotta guard that shit with your life.
it puzzles me how folks are so careless with their phones.
they don’t have folders on those andriods?
like,
what’s going on?
i hope he borrowed his assistant’s phone for that story.
if not,
everyone is now looking to slide in
those messages.

lowkey: my home vixen put me on an app,
i don’t know if i mentioned it before,
but it looks like a calculator.

it really moonlights as where you keep all your ratchet smut.
check out: “fake calculator” or “vault calculator”.
you’re welcome foxhole.

Author: jamari fox

the fox invited to the blogging table.

5 thoughts on “when the world finds out you might like gay sex on live tv

  1. Lol, wow….look, I don’t play w/ the security of my phone and it’s content…1st: Have a lock screen w/ a fingerprint/eyescan/(good) numerical code to unlock that bitch – fuck a pattern!…2nd: Have a dummy or faux labeled folder (I like that fake calculator one, might have to try that) to keep all that gutter-boodissy, nasty shit in, then 3rd: Install a free applock app from a plethora available (I use AppLock by SpSoft) and check off all the apps you don’t want people to have access to in case someone asks to borrow your phone for whatever reason…then all u have to do is be like, “hold up one sec,” and then turn on the app and then *BAM* they can’t have access to any apps including your SMS, emails, or even your phone if they need it to say, search the web, or vice versa…only thing is u need to go to your settings, type in whatever passcode for the AppLock to enter it, then do a “force shut down” of the app to turn it off so you’re not getting prompted to enter a code for your own shit once u get the phone back…I really don’t like to have peeps borrow my phone, hate that shit!

    1. Correction: U don’t need to go to settings w/ the SpSoft app, I was thinking about another one I used in the past.

  2. As a Cyber Security expert I can tell you it’s a major issue regardless of what age bracket your in. I explain to people all the time how to protect your information in Social Media as well as on your personal devices (phones, tablets, laptops, etc.)., Problem is “this requires some effort” and that’s where I pretty much lose everyone.

    I have the Note 8 with a number of security features installed. I also have some security configurations for Android devices. Never use the baseline or default configuration. Always take the time to “harden” your devices.

    1. Enable the Fingerprint option. It’s the most secure option available on any device. Note: Always have 2 different finger prints (one finger per hand). This is for Disaster Recovery purposes.

    2. On using the Fingerprint option for any application that; a. stores personal information, and/or b. contains Financial information (i.e. credit card info), enable the option open the app via your Fingerprint.

    3. Take the time to enable “whole disk encryption” on your phone. It takes a few hours to run but it’s well worth it.

    4. Enable the pass-code option for boot up. So if your phone is lost of stolen, it will require a pass-code to unlock.

    5. If you are not using Bluetooth, disable the option. If you are using Bluetooth for headphones, etc. configure the Bluetooth option to enable “only the devices you configure and reject all others”.

    6. Take the time to go through your phone applications. Both Samsung and LG are notorious for their default applications which are loaded with spyware and malware. If you are NOT using the app delete it (or in the case with Google Apps disable it). The only apps that should be enabled are the ones you actually use.

    7. Speaking of applications, keep in mind that most applications from the store contain malware that collects your information. Especially the games. There are some tricks that can minimize the Risk. The most effective way is to install security blockers. On my Note I have Lookout (if you have Sprint in comes pre-installed on all devices). Lookout blocks most ads from downloading your information. I also have Kaspersky Internet Security which provides AV and Malware. Between the Kaspersky and Lookout it cost me $24 for the year.

    8. NEVER use the default Messenger application from Google. This currently contains a badly written code that will automatically send pics to anyone in your address book without you even knowing it.Disable the default Messenger app and you something like What’s App.

    9. While we are on the subject of pics (as well as other personal apps) you want to secure them on your devices. Unfortunately it’s easier said than done. I use an app called “Secure Folder”. Secure Folder essential creates an encrypted container in storage. You can then move any “personal pics” into a secure folder as well as any personal apps. I have all my financial apps under Secure Folder. They don’t show up in the normal app menu. Hence they are hidden from public view. On personal pics, here’s where it gets a little tricky.

    Secure Folder resides in the default phone storage. This is the only way encryption will work. So your personal pics will still show up in the default Gallery app. To get around this I disabled the default Gallery from Google and installed QuickPic. I arranged all of my family pics into folders and moved all personal pics under Secure Folder. Now only my family pics are seen in QuickPic. So if my Grandson is playing on my phone, he will not be able to get to any of my personal apps or pics without logging into Secure Folder (which is protected with my Fingerprint).

    10. Every few months take the time to clean up your phone. On Android devices under Setting select “Device Maintenance”. Go through the clean up options (Battery, Storage, memory). It will save on storage space as well as keep your phone running with the best performance.

    Like I mentioned earlier this requires some effort but it’s not difficult. I’m not an Apple user however, I did enable similar security options on my sons iPhones.

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