Factory Reset Protection – Why Should You Do It and How?

Just some years ago, when you lost your phone, it was just that – it was gone. You could contact your carrier and notify them about the loss or theft, so that they wouldn’t add any calls or messages to your bill. However, beyond that you got very limited options.

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GreenDAO – Fast and Light ORM Solution for Android

If you are in search of a fast and light ORM solution for your Android device, you should get GreenDAO. GreenDAO maps items to SQLite databases. It provides wonderful performance by using minimal memory, as it is highly optimized for Android. Encryption is the key feature of this greenDAO 2.2 launch. In fact, GreenDAO is perhaps the first Android ORM to authoritatively support SQLCipher (non-beta). Here’s the information of this innovative solution.

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Your Files are Now “Absolutely Secure”

When ordinary-looking people having an extraordinary quirk come together, they can make wonders. In the world of internet, such incidents occur. A perfect example is the creation of XXL Cloud for encrypted cloud storage. Get XXL Cloud on your computer or even your Android mobile device through XXL Cloud app, and work wherever and whenever you want without worrying about your data being hacked. Cloud storage was never so secure and safe!

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New Android Phone-makers Breaking the Monopolies

2014 is the year when there is no scarcity of upcoming Android phones and unlike always it is not the monopoly of Samsung, HTC and Sony LG. E.g. Oppo Find 7 has its own version of a 2K display and Vivo has given a way to the QHD (2560 x 1440) resolution screen. Plenty of Chinese and Indian brands too have arrived and are gradually stretching their operations from their domestic markets to other markets abroad.

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We Are Too Careless About Smartphone Security

People seem to be quite concerned about security risks within the Android software. They want to know whether their devices should have antivirus software installed and what stands beyond app permissions. However, security risks are not only software-related and you are more likely to experience old-fashionable theft. We thought people were cautious when it comes to securing their expensive handsets as they were about the software, but a recent survey showed that we couldn’t have been further from the truth.
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Microsoft and Google Introduce Kill Switch Feature

Smartphone theft has become an increasing issue across the globe. According to official reports, in 2013 in the US approximately 3 million mobile devices were stolen, while in 2012 the number of thefts was twice the smaller. In Europe, one in three people experienced the loss or the theft of a mobile phone in 2013. Is there anything to be done to solve this growing problem? In September 2013, Apple introduced dubbed Activation Lock, the feature that has been really helpful in theft reducing. Obviously, Microsoft and Google were also considering this problem. Android and Windows phone operating systems will get the new feature, “kill-switch”.

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