We are using our important Android phone for various tasks every day. Many use it as a digital personal assistant. It stores a lot of important information, including bank account information.

Have you ever wondered what would happen if this information went into the hands of a hacker? Viruses on Android can usually be transmitted through some open source applications (and this can also be done through paid applications).

We almost always download apps from various websites except Google Play. This may include malware! Here are 5 important tips that will help you avoid these viruses.

1. Don't install apps you don't know If a stranger feeds you, don't install a stranger app just like you wouldn't. Currently hackers send messages via emails, messages, etc. to install their applications. Don't go for less that your full potential. Hackers will steal all your information through this app

2. Install apps from Google Play or Trusted App Store Where do you usually buy food? From the sidewalk or from the safe store in the fridge? Of course from the safe store. Download these apps from Google Play or any secure app store (Amazon App Store and not bad) they test each app individually. So naturally app stores are much more secure.

3. "Install from an unknown source" - Stop installing from an unknown source means the application can be installed from anywhere other than the verified App Store. However, there are security risks. And mark it in verification applications. This will confirm your device about the app from the net before installing any application.

4. Read permissions before installing applications This is the best way to get rid of unwanted applications. Once you read the permissions you will understand what this app can access on your device. If you think it wants access to something that doesn't work, it's best not to install the app. And if you want to access your device contacts, account information, consider installing once.

5. You can install antivirus Many people use antivirus on mobile. Many do not. What should you do? In this regard, I would say that if you install everything from Google Play or the Verified App Store, you do not need to install any antivirus. Google Play scans each app thoroughly. However, you can install antivirus for extra caution. If you think it wants access to something that doesn't work, it's best not to install the app. And if you want to access your device contacts, account information, consider installing once. 5. You can install antivirus Many people use antivirus on mobile. Many do not. What should you do? In this regard, I would say that if you install everything from Google Play or the Verified App Store, you do not need to install any antivirus. Google Play scans each app thoroughly. However, you can install antivirus for extra caution. If you think it wants access to something that doesn't work, it's best not to install the app. And if you want to access your device contacts, account information, consider installing once.

6. You can install antivirus Many people use antivirus on mobile. Many do not. What should you do? In this regard, I would say that if you install everything from Google Play or the Verified App Store, you do not need to install any antivirus. Google Play scans each app thoroughly. However, you can install antivirus for extra caution. What should you do? In this regard, I would say that if you install everything from Google Play or the Verified App Store, you do not need to install any antivirus. Google Play scans each app thoroughly. However, you can install antivirus for extra caution. What should you do? In this regard, I would say that if you install everything from Google Play or the Verified App Store, you do not need to install any antivirus. Google Play scans each app thoroughly. However, you can install antivirus for extra caution.

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