We recommend things not to do with your Android smartphone
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Don’t forget to lock the screen.
You probably know it’s good practice to have a password, PIN number, or fingerprint check protecting your phone. Otherwise any stranger, relative, or work colleague can simply pick it up and start playing around with your banking apps, email account, and perhaps even more worryingly, your social media apps.
Remember to update.
Updating your Android operating system (OS) is imperative to the safety and natural working order of your smartphone. OS updates are important because you want to ensure that your apps and other functions run smoothly, and to protect your phone from vulnerabilities.
Don’t forget to back up.
Make sure all your important data is always synced and protected with this easy-to-follow Android backup guide.
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Don’t let it overheat.
Almost every time you will have come across a collection of the same old reasons for your phone overheating. “Your display brightness is too high,” or, “Your Wi-Fi has been connected for too long.” “You’ve been playing too many games,”
Don’t leave the screen exposed.
Smartphones are expensive and hard to live without. In the last couple of years, screen sizes have been growing steadily, further increasing the risk of suffering from a broken screen. Screen protectors come in all shapes and sizes; some are made of a thin layer of plastic or foil while others is made from real glass that has undergone a special tempering process, strengthening the glass.
Don’t leave it in the rain.
Smart phones and water just don’t mix.
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Don’t keep photos of your bits.
Everybody loves taking selfies, but if your shots are of the, ahem, intimate variety then it’s a very good idea to ensure they’re not in your photo gallery when you pass the phone to a friend, employer or church minister.
Don’t let them see your tracks.
If you’ve been using your phone to look at things you shouldn’t, such as, er, top-secret Christmas shopping you’ve been doing, you really don’t want anybody else to see the endless pages of red hot wrapping paper and saucy kindling that you’ve been looking at. The good news is that clearing your browsing history couldn’t be easier.
Don’t install dodgy apps.
The downside to this incredible level of choice is that some apps out there disguise themselves as your friend, when in fact they just want to harm you. Google’s Play Store has frequently received criticism for its less-than-robust approach to filtering unsafe content, and if you’re not careful, you could find yourself being tracked, hacked, or conned.
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