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ANDROID

Some of the topics below
SIM PIN, Android 15, Photos Locked folder, Messages, Safe Apps, UnSafe Apps, Pixel Phones, Samsung, System Wide Ad/Tracker Blocking, Defense, Nearby Share, Android 13, Android 12, Android 10, Multiple Users, Chrome Browser, Control Usage of 4G/LTE Data, Ads, Usage & Diagnostics, NFC, Permissions

It is common knowledge that Apple iOS devices are safer than Android and I agree with that. One reason, is that you do not find pre-installed spyware or malware on iPhones (more below). Also, there is no consistency with Android. No expert can tell someone how to configure an Android device because they all have a different set of options. This is illustrated below in the item about factory resets after too many bad passwords.

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