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How To Secure Rooted Android Device?

Hey there Android lovers, here we are with an awesome trick that How To Secure Rooted Android Device. Do you have Android device and it’s roots? If yes, then this article is for you. It is very necessary to secure an Android device after root because many malicious applications can harm your device. Such as, these can add virus, corrupt files or steal money. Well, yes, any unknown app can steal your money from your bank account if you have installed any banking app. Or, these apps can steal from you if you have saved your credit or debit card information in any other app like Skype, Rebtel or Netflix

As an example, my Android Phone is rooted and I also have ANZ goMoney App (Banking App) installed in my phone. Each and every time when I login it shows me a warning note that “Your phone is rooted. For security reasons we do not recommend you to use the goMoney Wallet on a rooted device.” Click here for more information. But, Still i am using my banking app without any headache. So there are few steps to secure your rooted Android device.

App Access Management Tool

If your Android device is rooted then you have to have an access management tool which gives rights to all the apps on your device that need root. There are few recommended Access Management Apps. Install any of them.

  1. SuperSU (Recommended)
  2. King Root

Using Antivirus

An antivirus is must be installed in your Android device whether your device is rooted or not. However, if your device is rooted then you have to install it no matter there is space in your device or not. It protects your from viruses, malicious apps and security threats. There are few recommended antivirus for Android.

  1. CM Security
  2. Avast Antivirus
  3. 360 Security
  4. NQ Mobile Security & Antivirus

Do not Install Apps from Unknown sources

It is always recommended to Install apps from secure platforms like Google Play Store, rather than installing direct APK file from mysterious website. These unknown apps can create security threats to your device. These apps may spy on you or loot you. There are some athorised and secure platforms to install an Android application.

  1. Google Play Store
  2. Get Jar
  3. Mobogenie
  4. Amazon

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