In recent years, ransomware has become increasingly sophisticated and widespread, infecting not just Windows PCs but also Android smartphones and tablets. If you're concerned about the security of your Android devices and your business, read on for tips on how to protect yourself from mobile ransomware.
Is your Android device’s home screen packed with randomly arranged apps — including those you’ve never used before? A cluttered screen makes it difficult to find the app you want to use. One way to access these apps quicker is to organize them in folders, and this guide will show you how.
Over the past few years, ransomware has become increasingly widespread and sophisticated. This form of malware has even spread to Android smartphones and tablets, putting organizations that rely on mobile devices at risk of data loss and other productivity-crippling problems.
Android devices are known for their versatility, a quality that’s made possible not just by the sheer variety of applications they support, but also by the many accessories you can use with them. Knowing what these accessories are and how you can connect them will help you get more out of your Android device.
If your Android device has too many apps cluttering the homepage, finding the app you want to use can become difficult. Organize them by putting them in folders that make sense to you. Here’s how you can do it.
Creating and naming folders
On most devices, when you install a new app, the icon will be automatically added to your home screen, or to a screen where there is space.
Did you know that you can connect a mouse to your Android tablet, or even an Xbox 360 controller to play a game console-style? The truth is many Android devices support a wide range of accessories. Here’s everything you need to know.
USB keyboards, mice, and gamepads
Android phones and tablets don’t come with standard, full-size USB ports so you can’t plug a USB accessory directly into it.