Learn the 6 biggest mistakes that make Android phones insecure

Android is currently the world’s most popular smartphone operating system, which is why it attracts the attention of hackers and fraudsters. Users who use Android smartphones also make some big mistakes that make their phones insecure.

The following are some common mistakes you can make to fix your phone.

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1: Weak Passwords 

Although fingerprint and face lock seem easy to use, experts still suggest securing your mobile phone with a powerful password. A powerful password can secure your mobile.

2: Phone Update

If you receive a security update or an Android version update, do not ignore it – you must install this update as it is very important – it protects your phone from new viruses and hacks ۔

3: Anti Virus 

Authentic Anti-virus apps also help to make mobile phones secure. There are very few Android users who have anti-virus apps installed on their phones to protect their mobile phones from these attacks. These apps not only keep your mobile phones safe but also alert you to these viruses.

4: Terms

Make it a habit to read the terms and conditions before downloading or installing any app because when you allow an app to enter your mobile. It means you are giving access to that mobile app. If you don’t read the terms while installing you possibly giving full control of your phone to that app. So, due to this, your phone will be easy can hacked.

5: Installing apps via APK files

If you don’t know how APK files work, you just need to download and install the app from Google Play Store. There are many apps that are not available on Google Play Store but their Installation files or APK files can be found on any website but installing these apps like this is a big risk as they are not regularly verified from the Play Store.

6: Google Find Device Service

Most Android users do not enable Google’s Find Device service after buying a new smartphone. This service helps the user in case of loss of the mobile phone. Also, change the settings to secure the lock screen so that no one can turn off mobile data or turn off the device without a password.

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