Some phones come with a feature called “Do Not Disturb,” which sends all calls from people who are not saved to your contacts directly to voicemail. This can save you from answering the phone when a scammer calls and getting swindled out of personal information. Just remember to frequently empty your voicemail inbox so you […]
If you have an Android phone, consider using Frost for your internet browsing, especially when conducting research on private topics. Frost automatically blocks pop-ups and most ads, and it wipes your browser history as soon as you close the application. Additionally, you will need to enter a password in order to access any bookmarks or […]
Whether for fun or functionality, somewhere along the lines, it’s possible that you replaced the default keyboard on your Android device. If you’re not 100% sure that the software you’re using is secure, consider switching back to the standard. In Settings, navigate to the General tab, then select “Language & keyboard.”
It’s possible that you set your Android device’s identifier to your own name when you first activated the phone. If that’s the case, it’s an unnecessarily easy-to-access piece of personal information that you share whenever you connect your smartphone wirelessly to a network or another device. Access the “About phone” page in Settings. Click “Phone […]
This built-in Android application can help you clear out old and unused apps as well as turn off those that are running in the background, including potential malware. Open the app and then press the “Optimize phone” button to stop currently operating apps and clear unnecessary data.
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