With the number of cell phone burglaries and thefts on the rise across Brazil, it is necessary to be extra careful with security
In São Paulo alone, a survey indicates that 22 cell phones are stolen per hour. In El Salvador, the number of thefts increased by 168% in the first months of the year, and the number of thefts increased by 6%.
Currently, many people carry “life” on their mobile phones. any, Banking applications, social networks and documents, and much more. Thus, it is necessary to double the security of the device to avoid financial losses.
Tips to prevent thieves from accessing your iPhone
To avoid the greatest damage from having your cell phone stolen, check out tips to help prevent thieves from accessing your device while it’s unlocked, or putting your cell phone on airplane mode.
One of the tips is to activate an additional password that enhances the security of iPhones. On iOS, it is possible to set a second password to prevent thieves from changing your iCloud password to gain free access to important settings and data.
Before that, it is necessary to prevent the bandits from putting the cell phone on airplane mode. In this way, you can gain access Settings > Face ID & Passcode and turn off Control Center Access.
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To lock the iCloud password change, follow: System Settings > Screen Time > Content & Privacy > Code changes that it Account changes > not allowed
What about an ANDROID device?
Already on Android devices it is possible to change the top bar to prevent thieves from putting the cell phone in airplane mode with the cell phone locked. To customize, lower the slider and Go to the edit icon.
To lock apps, you can use App lock, which requires an additional password to access some apps.
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