To keep personal data secure, create unique accounts for everyone who uses the Android. Separate user accounts work best on an Android tablet, keeping settings, email, contacts, and preferences secure. Create a restricted profile account to better control how kids can use the Android. Access different accounts from the lock screen or the Quick Settings drawer.
- [Instructor] When there are two of you and one Android…or if you occasionally give your Android to a child for play…I strongly recommend that you create separate user accounts.…By doing so, you add a level of protection…to your own account.…And especially when it comes to kids,…it's more secure to keep things separate.…The multiple user feature works best on Android tablets,…such as a Pixel C, which I'll demonstrate later.…Most Android phones do offer the multiple user feature…though tablets are more likely to be shared.…
Phones are more personal…and they may not fully implement this feature.…As the first account on your device,…you are the primary user or administrator.…Before you add another account,…ensure that your account is set with a secure screen lock,…a password, pattern, or PIN.…If not, the device may prompt you to do so.…The two types of account you can add are user…and restricted profile.…The user account is a peer level account,…offering full access to the device.…
The restricted profile is designed for kids or others,…
- Explain how to remove all geotag location data from images.
- Recognize the downside of disabling backup and synchronization processes for your Android.
- Recall what information is not affected by a factory data reset.
- Determine what to do when an app asks permission to access strange applications.
- Identify the dangers associated with an open network.
- Explain why users should never skip Android updates.