Google play protect is the most useful feature to secure your android device data and apps. Before download an app, scanned all android apps. It will scan your device at specific time and find malicious apps from play store & remove it from your device. Also useful to safe browsing in Google Chrome browser. It’s quite easy to use Google Play Protect on android Oreo 8.0 devices such as Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X etc.
Google play protect regularly checks your apps and phone for harmful activity. If found any security related risk, it will be notified you. If not found any issue, you can see Looks fine (No harmful apps found) on screen. It will manage security settings in your android phone 8.0. Let see process to use Google Play protect on android Oreo 8.0.
How to use Google Play Protect on android Oreo 8.0
By default enable Google Play Protect on android Oreo 8.0, Nougat 7.1.2 etc. There are two methods to enable or disable Google Play Protect on android 8.0 Oreo devices. Different android device has slightly different settings to use this security feature.
1st Way: Change Google play protect settings on android Oreo 8.0
Step 1: Go to settings in your android Oreo devices
Step 2: Tap on security & location
Step 3: Tap on Google Play Protect
Step 4: Enable scan device for security threats if disable in your android phone
You can also enable improve harmful app detection on android 8.0 to protect your device from unknown source.
Step 5: Enable improve harmful app detection
2nd Way: Use Google Play Protect on android Oreo 8.0 using Google settings
Step 1: Go to settings
Step 2: Scroll down up to Google and tap on it
You can see account and services sections.
Step 3: Under services section, tap on security
Here you can see find my device and security code options also.
Step 4: Tap on Google Play Protect
Step 5: Enable scan device for security threats
Google Play protect is the best feature to secure your android phone data, apps and safe browsing.
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