- User installed an Android app from the Google Play Store.
- User's device is rooted, but that app does not have root privileges.
- XPrivacy reveals that the app is trying to make IPC (inter-process communication) calls that do not seem appropriate for the app. Specifically, it is trying to access
iContentProvider:CALL, and the app has nothing to do with making calls.
- Besides uninstalling the app, are there other actions that the user should take?
If additional actions should be taken, please explain why. IOW, please don't just write "run an antivirus scanner" without providing references explaining how an app without root privileges can break out of the Android sandbox.
Note that this particular case was for Android KitKat, so information for that version of Android is the most relevant. But if the response varies for different versions of Android, please feel free to contribute answers for those versions as well (please specify the relevant Android version in your answer).