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Every Android user needs to change these three settings NOW to protect their device

ANDROID’S is a pretty secure phone, but there are always things you can change to make your device safer from stalkers.

Try changing these three settings for your peace of mind.

There are several ways to make your Android more secure

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There are several ways to make your Android more secureCredit: Alamy

Put your device to sleep automatically

If you’re worried about leaving your phone unlocked around other people, you should make sure your device locks quickly when you’re not using it.

Go into your display settings and you should see “Sleep options”.

You can choose how long to lock your Android device when you stop clicking on it.

Try setting it to 15 or 30 seconds.

Turn off your notifications

You can stop notifications from appearing on the lock screen.

Open Settings and go to “Notification Settings”.

Here, you can choose to show notifications when your phone is unlocked or never.

Remember that choosing never to have notifications could mean you’ll miss messages from your friends.

Use your fingerprint or face as a passcode

This may seem obvious, but some people skip the fingerprint or face scan and choose a digital passcode.

Make sure you have one of the above and also have a hard-to-guess numerical passcode.

Don’t use birthdays or anniversaries that someone who knows you can easily find out.

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Caroline Bleakley

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