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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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Am I overthinking the case? Yes, you're overthinking this. The message you've received (which is a common scam) is using an image to evade keyword detection by spam filters.
answered Apr 10 by duskwuff
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analogous document describing Android's security features. Some of the security features of iOS depend on hardware capabilities of the Apple SoC (in particular, for data encryption) which may not be available on some Android devices. …
answered Jan 6 by duskwuff