1- Strong passwords
You need to make sure that your passcode is imperative to protecting your Android phone or tablet. The longer passwords will make it tougher to gain access to your device.
2- Turn on encryption
You must enable encrypting so that it prevents feds and hackers from accessing your personal data, but it’s rarely enabled by default as it is known to slow down some older phones or tablets.
3- No cloud based backup
Though clouds are best to keep the entire data but when it comes to security, google can turn over your data, if demanded by the government. That’s why enable it safely.
4- Google’s services
The built-in services of google can lead to open you up to data collection, ad targeting, and losing control over where your personal data is stored.
5- No Google’s advertising tracking
It is important to turn off interest-based ads that prevent ad networks from building up a profile on what you like and what you don’t, based on your viewing, reading, or other habits.
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