Fortify your Samsung Galaxy S8 Against Hacking w/ these Security Tips

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In this video I would like to show you how to fortify your Samsung Galaxy S8 or Samsung Galaxy S8+ against hacking by using these security tips and tricks.

If you leave even a little bit of an opening on your Samsung Galaxy S8, a sly person can pry into your private information, and that’s not acceptable.

So let’s dive in and learn some security tips for your Samsung Galaxy S8.

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  1. When Verizon Blocks Find My Mobile to force you to use their app ha ha thanks for controlling everything I do 🙂

  2. Is there anyway of getting find my mobile on the s8 if I have verizon? I would rather not use verizon's servie nor android device manager. Please let me know!

  3. false. Modern phones have full disk encryption by default. even if you don't setup the first option in the video every single bit in the phone is encrypted. How it works is that a driver sits between the filesystem and everything else and encrypts and decrypts on the fly whenever read and write operations are performed

  4. If Samsung followed Google's guidelines there is no way not to have your Galaxy encrypted even if you wanted to. this is the case of the axon 7 for example.

  5. the functionality in find my mobile duplicates what Google already offers. since it's offered by Google play services it's already included in the Galaxy, so there's no point in using that option.

    edit: it does something that Google doesn't which is store last known location in an email

  6. why didn't you setup the option wipe / factory reset after 15 failed attempts to unlock? seem like a no brainier. also, one of the most important things you can do to protect your privacy is using a VPN such as nordvpn

  7. 1. Where's the verified checkmark for your YouTube channel? You have more than 100k subscribers (over 200k even right now) and you STILL DO DOT have a verified​ checkmark.

    2. I know a lot of people who have an Galaxy S7 or newer, where they used the little OTG dongle that came in the box to transfer their files from their old phone. But they always thought that it's only for this, so they thought there's literally no use for this dongle or don't know what they can also do with it. Mostly from non-techy-people. I can tell you: You miss out on a lot of capabilities this little OTG connector can do.

  8. If you're wondering where your setting is for "Find My Mobile" and you have a Verizon phone, it was removed by the stupid carrier. Verizon wants you to use their woefully inferior service. I'm using Googl's Find My Device instead. The only two apps I like from Verizon is My Verizon & Caller ID, everything is has been disabled from running in the background.

  9. Nice video & good info… One question for you, I notice that in my settings I don't have Find My Phone on my list of setting, I have Sprint service could that be why? please let me know. Thanks

  10. HI I I hope that you're doing well thank you very much for the video is very beneficial
    I don't know if I could install Peel Smart remote TV Guide control for Samsung tv