Guidelines for Google's UIDAI numbers are shown on phonebooks

Guidelines for Google's UIDAI numbers are shown on phonebooks

Google has confirmed that there was a software problem that brought the UIDAI number to the fullest.

Google confirmed the role of UIDAI controversy
This problem was raised in 2014 by the Android Setup Wizard
Google has confirmed its fix in the next few weeks
Finally, the UIDAI communication dispute in Google has been shown to rest on people's phones and ensures that this issue will not increase from any of the guidelines of the Indian Authority, but due to the Android software problem. Google has said that the UIDAI's now disabled Toll Free number can be identified by most of the country's mobile phone users, when Google says that the UIDAI number and 112 helpline numbers are "unknowingly coded". The Android Setup Wizard and remains on the device, the company confirmed on Thursday that an email has been emailed to Delay 360.

"From our internal review it is known that in 2014, then the UIDAI helpline number and 112 helpline number were coded in the Android release setup wizard given to OEMs for use in India and it remains there", said a Google spokesman on Gallery 360 In a statement in the email "Since the listings are listed in a user's contact list, these are moved according to the contacts on a new device. We are sorry for any concerns, and want to guarantee everybody that this is not a case of unauthorized access to their Android device. Can delete numbers from their device. "

The spokesperson is also sure that this issue will be set in upcoming releases of the Setup Wizard which will be delivered to OEMs in the next few weeks.

If you are wondering how the number shown on the number of their contacts to iPhone users is reported, then it probably syncs their contacts with a Gmail account that has already been added to the list after its use on an impacted Android device.

After the debate started in social media after a large number of mobile phone users, the sudden identification of the contact with the helpline number of the Unique identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has been reported. UIDAI rejected a series of tweets before Friday and highlight highlight number was determined by users 18003001947, it is no longer a valid toll-free number and it was changed two years ago in 1947.
It was initially estimated that the helpline number was pushed through Telcoos. However, the Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) denied any role played by its respective telecoms, when responding to an emailed question. "There are no telecom service providers that include a specific unknown number of phonebooks on different mobile handsets," said COI.
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