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Securing Android Devices
To secure an android device you should enable at least a pin code lock on the device, enable FDE (full disc encryption) and setup remote wiping capabilities by enabling mobile device management.
PIN Setup and FDE
Instructions are slightly different per device. Enabling FDE has the added benefit that you must also lock the device with a pin code or password.
Android 5.0 or later
Security menu under settings. On unmodified versions of Android, this
can be found under
Encrypt Tablet, or
Encrypt Device. If you haven’t already set a PIN
or passcode for the lock screen, you will be prompted to do so. Remember this
PIN and do not write it down.
Android 4.4 or earlier
First, you’ll need to set up a PIN. Navigate to
Screen Lock, and set a numeric PIN for the device of at least four digits.
Remember this PIN and do not write it down.
Then, open the
Security menu under settings. On unmodified versions of
Android, this can be found under
On some devices, the exact menu layout may have been modified by the hardware
Encrypt Phone or
Android Versions before 3.0
Android does not support disk encryption in versions earlier than 3.0 (Honeycomb). If you have one of these devices, we recommend that you do not use it.
Mobile device management
Using mobile device management (MDM) software allows administrators to remotely manage mobile devices, which often includes the option to delete apps and data from lost or stolen mobile devices.
See Also: Publishing > Mobile Device Management
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