That's not good. We have the same phone and the same carrier. I hope they work fast to fix this problem because I am so tired of dealing with it. Come on Samsung, get with the program and get a new update so we can alleviate this problem.
Hi people. After I posted my comment here someone tried messaging me to help fix the issue and asked for some information about my phone, such as carrier, model, IMEI number, SKU, software version, etc.
Just a reminder that some of this info, like IMEI #, is related to the device and should not be shared with anyone you don't trust. Be careful with scammers!
I, also, have been receiving this frustrating message over the last couple of weeks, or so. Any advice is much appreciated. The message is excruciatingly annoying! Thanks
Pretty sure its either an AT&T bug in their newest security update because everyone else that has this problem is on AT&T. It's either that or it is a virus, download Malwarebytes and get the free trial, (it wont charge you when it ends), and do a full scan. If there is a virus then delete it on malwarebytes and if it ever comes back then back up your device and do a factory reset. But I would expect for most people that it is an AT&T problem.