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    If your Android phone or tablet is playing up there is a slim chance it could have a virus. Our helpful guide demonstrates how to remove a virus from Android, plus how to avoid Android malware in the first place. Android viruses are rare, but they exist. Almost exclusively installed via dodgy apps, the best way to avoid an Android virus is to keep to the secured confines of the Google Play store. Should your device get lumbered with some malware, we will explain how to put it into Safe mode, if necessary remove the malicious app's administrator status and then uninstall the app. If this fails a factory reset should remove the bug once and for all, though you would understandably prefer not to have to do so if your Android isn't backed up. Before we begin, it's worth pointing out that your Android phone or tablet probably doesn't have a virus. What you're more likely to be seeing is an ad that wants to convince you the device is infected and that you need to download an app, or sluggish behaviour (in which case you should also check out our guide on how to speed up Android). To prevent further threats, you might also want to install an antivirus app for your phone or tablet. You'll find our pick of the best in our round-up of the best mobile antivirus. If your convinced that malware is at large, read on for instructions on removing it from your device. Mcafee Support Number Uk | Norton Contact Number
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