Encryption is now the default for Android, but since so many phones are still running Lollipop we're keeping this around.
Refusing to offer default end-to-end encrypted messaging — nevermind doing so across platforms — in 2018 is technological malpractice.
Backing up your data is easy and secure on Android. But there are some issues with the service that Google needs to sort out.
Not with a bang, but with a whimper. That's what comes to mind when you consider the response Google finally gave to Apple standing up for the right for its customers to encrypt their data.
Code found in the Google Messages app indicates that Google will no longer allow uncertified Android devices to use the app after a certain date.
Encrypting the SD card on your new Galaxy S7 is easy to do, but you need to know both the positives and negatives before you do it.
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