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anti virus

  1. bheemvrao01
    Cupcake Nov 17, 2017


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  2. athaarv
    Jelly Bean Nov 17, 2017


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    GopalB., remedy and lostLambda like this.
  3. OnePlusFan1919
    Gingerbread Nov 17, 2017


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  4. Shadow0929
    Jelly Bean Nov 17, 2017


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  5. OnePlusFan1919
    Gingerbread Nov 17, 2017

    OnePlusFan1919 , Nov 17, 2017 :
    Seriously? 97% of malware is on Android vs any other mobile OS.
     

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  6. athaarv
    Jelly Bean Nov 17, 2017

    athaarv , Nov 17, 2017 :
    Haha what. Where do you get your statistics?
     

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  7. gildavid
    Gingerbread Nov 17, 2017

    gildavid , Nov 17, 2017 :
    Dont go clicking strange links and sites
     

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    lostLambda and VaibhavBhargava like this.
  8. PushpakRoy
    Honeycomb Nov 17, 2017


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    pPhilex, remedy and VaibhavBhargava like this.
  9. VaibhavBhargava
    Lollipop Nov 17, 2017

    VaibhavBhargava , Nov 17, 2017 :
    Antiviruses are not meant to be run on any mobile OS.

    Did you know 37% of the facts are just made up
     

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    GopalB., SimonRam, remedy and 2 others like this.
  10. VaibhavBhargava
    Lollipop Nov 17, 2017


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  11. OnePlusFan1919
    Gingerbread Nov 17, 2017


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  12. Varun_bedi
    Gingerbread Nov 17, 2017

    Varun_bedi , Nov 17, 2017 :
    He is not wrong update your knowledge
     

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  13. athaarv
    Jelly Bean Nov 17, 2017


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  14. athaarv
    Jelly Bean Nov 17, 2017

    athaarv , Nov 17, 2017 :
    There's a major difference between malware and a virus. Educate yourself
     

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  15. OnePlusFan1919
    Gingerbread Nov 17, 2017

    OnePlusFan1919 , Nov 17, 2017 :
    And now a days, most "anti-virus" programs are for anti-malware as well.

    Besides if security was not an issue, there would be no Android security patches. To think there aren't any flaws in the OS is just stupidity.
     
    Last edited: Nov 28, 2017

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  16. lostLambda
    Lollipop Nov 17, 2017


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  17. athaarv
    Jelly Bean Nov 17, 2017

    athaarv , Nov 17, 2017 :
    I will repeat myself, Android does not need third party antivirus protection
     

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  18. Shubhamdesai786
    Gingerbread Nov 17, 2017

    Shubhamdesai786 , Nov 17, 2017 :
    First of all Google play protect is 60 to 70% percent effective or less don't know exact numbers so in case u want a Antivirus go for paid Antivirus software they all are good and download famous app only like snapchat, watsapp,Facebook etc from Google play services for better security......
     

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  19. VaibhavBhargava
    Lollipop Nov 17, 2017

    VaibhavBhargava , Nov 17, 2017 :
    Funnily it talks about (aug 7th of when and 2015) the Google play protect.

    No amount of anti-malware and antivirus will protect you from unwise usage of any device in the internet.
     

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  20. OnePlusFan1919
    Gingerbread Nov 17, 2017

    OnePlusFan1919 , Nov 17, 2017 :
    So that's a reason not to have any protection?
     

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