ALL Android phone owners can very easily fix a major cybersecurity mistake in seconds.
It could save you from a devastating and costly hack attack.
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One of the main entry points for hackers is using a leaked or simple password.
So if you regularly re-use passwords, or choose simple phrases that are easily guessed, then you could very easily be hacked.
A password manager will save your passwords to your Google account, so you don’t have to remember all of them.
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This means you can use very complicated and unique passwords for each of your online logins.
It might just save you from being hacked one day.
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And then sign in to Chrome on your computer too.
Now go onto your Android phone and open settings.
Then go to Google > Manage your Google Account.
Scroll right at the top and then tap Security.
Scroll down to ‘Signing in to other sites’ and tap Password Manager > Settings.
Then turn on Offer to save passwords.
Now when you log into a website on your Android phone and via Chrome on a browser, you’ll be able to save those passwords.
You can also set your phone up to automatically sign in to sites and apps using your saved info.
Simply go into your Android Settings, then go to Google > Manage your Google Account.
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Scroll right at the top then tap Security, then scroll down to ‘Signing in to other sites’.
Now tap Password Manager > Settings and then turn Auto Sign-in On.
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