Ensure that the internal storage is encrypted for your Android. To encrypt, charge the Android and keep it connected to a power supply. Storage encryption is boosted by adding a secure screen lock. Only by unlocking the device is its data decrypted. Encryption cannot be undone unless you factory data reset the phone or tablet.
- [Instructor] Should it be lost…or stolen, and to protect your phone…or tablet's data, I recommend that you encrypt…your Android's internal storage.…Many Androids come out of the box…with encryption already set.…To confirm whether your device…is encrypted, open the Settings app.…Choose Security and Location, and on some Androids,…this item is titled Security.…On Samsung devices, choose Lock Screen and Security.…Swipe down to locate the Encryption section.…
Here you see that this phone is already encrypted,…so the device is good to go.…If you reach this point and the Android…isn't encrypted, tap the option Encrypt…Phone, or Encrypt Device.…If you don't see an encryption option,…then it might imply that internal storage…is always encrypted as a default configuration.…If you choose to encrypt your phone…or tablet, ensure that it's connected to a charger.…Encryption can take some time,…so the Android needs the power.…
And it won't encrypt when the battery…is too low, even when it's plugged in.…Also, ensure that you have several minutes…
- 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.