How to know that your Android device is infected with viruses? How to remove them?







With the proliferation of malware that threatens the functioning of Android devices, you should make sure your phone is safe, and if you notice strange things in your device, it may be infected with a new virus.



Where do viruses come from?

The best way viruses find their way to your Android device is through the back door of the applications you install. The experts have discovered a new program called Loapi, which infiltrates Android devices when downloading third-party applications from outside the Google Play store. Antivirus applications that the user thinks they are protecting.

How to remove viruses from Android devices?

To prevent any third-party applications from running, including malware, you must move your device to Safe Mode.

After accessing Safe Mode, go to Settings, then click Manage apps and make sure you are logged in to the Downloaded tab. You will see the downloaded applications on your device. If there is anything abnormal you will know instantly by having applications that you have not installed on But not limited to.

When you see an application you have not downloaded or a virus, remove it immediately by clicking it to open it and then select Remove. If the virus or application opens, it appears that the removal option is not available, then go back to Settings and go to Protection, Device, here you will see all the applications responsible for the device, select the virus or suspicious application, and cancel it as the administrator of the device, now you can return to the application management and remove the virus or application.



In this way, you can remove the virus if it exists on your Android device and you can restart the device to return to the general mode.
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