Back when Guild Wars 2 launched last year I wrote a placebo app for my friends, to refresh ArenaNet's site, to see if the servers were up. (Spoilers: it didn't actually do anything)
Here you go. In addition to rooting, twrp and cwn are "recovery" utilities which run on your phone or tablet and are specifically designed to solve this sort of issue. If you use twrp, the description of the file manager is down under the "advanced" portion of that help page. You can use ODIN or one of the toolkits for your phone to isntall twrp or cwn if they aren't already there.
Recovery programs operate BEFORE the OS has a chance to load so they should bypass whatever Kaspersky is doing. If you can't get installed then I'm sure ODIN had you make a backup when you rooted (it usually does). I know it's a PITA but you can go back to ODIN, WIPE your phone (completely) and then reinstall the backup which I presume is pre-kaspersky. then you'll just need to sit on wifi and update all your apps to the latest. PITA yes but this should definitely work if the recovery install evades you.
I am not sure where Kaspersky puts their files- I'm guess under /system/apps. They suck as a vendor so no guarantees but just poke around.
Once you've gotten rid of it and are able to boot, use the recovery to make a backup of a working install and you can then restore it at any time in the future something f's up your phone!
Hope this helps and PM if not, glad to help if I can.
Once you've gotten rid of the stupid program,
Google maps option is good. But there is a better solution.
Try life 360. Install it on iPhones and your phone. There are also some additional features and it works with both platforms. You can also buy premium features if you need them.
I use Meridian Player because I listen to a lot of podcasts and those podcasts will often times have commercials embedded in them. Meridian has touch screen controls which means I can swipe to the right to fast forward 30 seconds or do a short swipe for 7 seconds. There's many other swipe controls, as well, and they're all able to be customized.
Might be a bug on the launcher. Will long pressing an app icon on this launcher show options about the app in general? If so, try it on these.
Also you can try finding the app in the installed apps list. If you insist, you can also try my own app that does it. Choose to show system apps too.
Having no affiliation with the company, I think it's safe to say this company will be around for some time to come:
I pay for the Premium account and don't regret the decision one bit. At $5 a month or $45 (I think?) per year, It's a no brainer for me as far as keeping pertinent data at my fingertips on the go (with or without data/wifi).
Heck I'm no expert, just read here and there.
Looks like the part you should pay attention is in Step 18. I think it's the chip marked purple.
AndroidLost (site / app) is another site/app that can communicate via text message. Plus, it's free.
For OP, you don't even have to settle for a ring - you can have your phone say a phrase via text-to-speech, such as "Hey, I'm over here, pick me up!" And the "alarm" command ignores the volume setting when playing an alert sound, and flashes the screen as well.
I followed this guide. And yes, I rebooted (twice).
Is it impossible to tether if you had your phone flashed to another Carrier (MetroPCS)?
I've been using SuperVPN at school. It gives you a trial for 20 days and then gives you an hour for each session, download it here
Nope. I use a magnet car mount, something like this.
Nothing in today's smart phones are harmed by magnets. Everyone is scared of the idea of one near their smartphone because of the old days of Hard-disk drives and CRT monitors.
Heck, some smartphones have magnetic sensors for detecting nearby magnetic fields. This was taken advantage of by Google's initial Cardboard VR thing.
I prefer Smart Audiobook Player lots of nifty features including sleep mode where it lowers the volume at a set time & pauses the book so you don't miss hours & hours because you zonked out.