According to Gizmodo, some Samsung users have reported a bug that sends their images to random people in their contacts without their permission. The Samsung Messages app doesn't show any sign of sending the photos, meaning the user is completely unaware of the picture messaging.
Samsung have launched an investigating after some users claimed that their phones have started randomly sending photos from their camera roll to contacts without their permission. So for Samsung Galaxy users, this means that the best way to now get around the bug is to avoid Samsung Messages entirely or revoke its permission to access your photo gallery.
The T-Mobile update seems to be occurring automatically, and many users may not realize their phones have already updated.
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They only discovered when the recipient of these photos answered back inquiring about the mysterious messages.
'However, there was record of it on TMobile logs. It seems that, for whatever reason, Samsung Messages isn't playing nicely with the update. ".When her phone texted me her gallery, it didn't show up on her end - and vice versa".
The cause of the problem isn't clear either, but a current theory is that a recent T-Mobile update that allowed for advanced texting features (like reading receipts, typing indicators, and advanced media sharing) is the glitches' source.
The comments triggered hysteria on Reddit, with others concerned their own photos could be sent to a contact in their phones at random.