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Questions tagged [Android] should focus on security of the operating system itself, or of Android-specific apps. Questions about Android that are not directly security-related should be asked at android.stackexchange.com.

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, calls and SMS. 2) Turn off the phone, and buy another Android phone with stock Android from Google (e.g. Nexus) 3) Install update if it is available. If not, please select from options 1 or 2. …
answered Aug 21 '15 by Andrey Sapegin
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root permissions to be able to actively manage/block other apps, if they find some suspicious activity in them. 2. Does firewalls for android devices really worth it It depends on what do you want … PlayStore, and you believe that this firewall has no serious vulnerabilities, then "A rooted Android device with a firewall" is more secure. …
answered Jan 4 '16 by Andrey Sapegin