If your Phone has a virus, it may not load correctly or your mobile may
suddenly become slow. Battery life may also decrease. Unexpected advertisements or phone or text messages that you never sent appear in your phone logs, which is another possible sign of a virus. A virus can also make it harder to access the internet or use more data.
Ignore unknown apps
There is a high chance that the app you found recently is malware if you did not install it. To get rid of any unfamiliar apps that could be harmful, you will need to clean your phone.
The unrecognized app can be removed by following these straightforward steps: Find the app that seems suspicious and uninstall it by going to Settings > Apps & Notifications > See all apps.
Beware of Unknown Apps
Before downloading a brand-new game to pass the time, conduct some background research on the app’s creator. Spyware, ransomware, and data leakage can all result from careless app downloading. You can avoid many of these attacks by thoroughly researching the file you are downloading before downloading it. Simply entering the developer’s name into a search engine can alert users to potentially dangerous software.
Remove Unnecessary Features
Remove any features that you are not currently using. Turn GPS, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi off if you are not using them. This is especially important in public areas with free Wi-Fi, for example. If you do decide to use free Wi-Fi, you should not use the network to access sensitive information. For instance, you shouldn’t conduct your banking or pay your bills on a public, unprotected network.