We are making many mistakes while operating our Android phones, which may be very dangerous for our phone. So in this article, we will discuss 5 things you should never do on your Android phones. Let’s know one by one.
Installing Apps from Unknown Sources:
It is a very bad idea to download and install apps from unknown sources because these apps can steal your data that may cause data leaks. If these apps are really safe, then they should be listed on Google Play Store. These types of apps are against Google Play Store policies; that’s why Google doesn’t have insecure apps in its Android apps store.
There are a lot of apps (over 43 million apps) available on the Google Play Store. So we should not install 3rd party apps. If you install third-party apps, you can be monitored also they can click pictures from both cameras of your phone. So it is better to remain in the safe zone.
Killing Recent Apps:
When we open any app, then it goes to a list of recent apps for instant open in next time, but we kill recent apps because we think that recent apps are consuming battery if we kill these apps then we can expand battery backup, but it is only a myth. Android is very smart if you don’t use any app for some time, then Android automatically kills those apps or if Android feels a lack of Ram, then also it kills recent apps.
This is not a good idea to save battery; rather, you are spending more battery. When you open any app, the battery is consumed in the opening process. If you are opening any app again and again, so why are you wasting battery by killing recent apps. Finally, if you really want to save your battery life, do not kill recent apps.
Rooting with Android:
People are rooting Android phones without any knowledge about rooting. They think rooting is cool and they get some interesting feature, so they root their phones. I would tell you there are limited access in our Android phone if we root Android then we can access all data and make changes as we want. One thing is that you will lose the warranty of your phone if you root your Android phone.
Companies do not want to give you full permission because it is possible you can delete some important files which are very important for system run that’s why I want to tell you that if you have no knowledge about rooting please do not root your phone and if you know all things of rooting then you can root your phone without thinking.
Use of An Antivirus:
It is a very big myth people think that they can keep their phones safe if they use antivirus, but it is not entirely true if you are using an Android device then you don’t have to install antivirus it harms your phones instead of protecting your phone. These types of apps (Anti-virus, Battery savers, cleaners, etc.) keep your phone’s processor busy, which consumes more battery too.
Restarting Your Phone:
Most people do not restart their phones for many months, but at least one time we should restart our phones. From this phone’s processor feels fresh and optimized.
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