There are plenty Note 8 users complaining about all those virus infection pop ups that bother them. Are they a real source of worries? Well, to tell you the truth, you will simply discover the fact that these pop ups aren’t legit but they want you to believe your Galaxy phone is infected with a virus.
They usually target users that are not sufficiently knowledgeable about these sort of things, but you are not one of them, that’s for sure! Continue reading below to learn how to address these virus infection warnings and how to prevent your phone from actually getting infected.
First of all, restrain from tapping on the fly up window even if this is the first thing that crosses your mind. The virus infection pop up is often nothing more than a fake warning and touching it will simply redirect you to another page. This may automatically download an APK file that would install an app that contains the virus on your phone, so you get what I am saying?
How to Remove Note 8 Virus Infection Warnings:
- From the Home screen, tap the Apps icon;
- Next, you have to tap on Settings;
- Select Application Supervisor;
- Then, just swipe until the point that you make it to the tab “All”;
- From the rundown of applications, select the Web program whose reserve and information you need to erase;
- You’ll get to a window with all its unique settings;
- Utilize the Power Close catch to stop all its running procedures;
- Now, it’s time to go to Capacity;
- Tap on Clear Store;
- Then, just tap on Clear Information;
- At the end, you must only hit the Erase catch.
If the warnings remain there, do a master reset. This operation will delete everything in your phone including your downloaded apps, files and data. Needless to say, the viruses and the malwares will also be gone for good, just as you want them to be.