My phone made screen selections by itself and quickly.
The phone was locked with 3 android applications minimized, Logitech Harmony, Philips Hue and WhatsApp. I opened the phone and opened Philips Hue. When Hue opened, the display begun to make operations by itself very quickly. It changed the ambience, closed wifi, opened mobile data and gps and camera. When I saw this I immediately pressed the power button and got the phone to reboot. After reboot the phone seemed to work normally, but I had to close gps, change mobile data to wifi, change ambience and adjust the volume etc.
I wonder what happened? Everything happened very quickly like phone were running a script? Is it technically possible? Is there a way to save screen selections to a script? Or do the system have a cache for screen selections? Was the phone running something old selection chains?
One thing is that I had developer mode on in the phone and a simple short password only. So if somebody really had wanted to log in to the phone, it had been possible to guess the password. But my wlan is password protected and lan is behind NAT. Of course there are these Logitech Harmony, Philips Hue, TV Digibox and digi-TV in the same home network, if somebody get in to the network that way??
Now I wonder what to do. Should I reinstall everything from scratch?
I tried to use collect-logs script, but because I had rebooted the phone there was no logs from the time, when everything happened. Do the SailfishOS log events that the phone is doing?
Do somebody have good ideas what should I do?
SailfishOS v. 188.8.131.52