Real Practices Best Practices

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eal Practices Best Practices
Passwords, best practices and honest discussion about why you share, when you share
Apps, best practices, how do you choose apps
Android, iPhone, Huawei
not necessary to send everything on your phone
Messaging apps – what are the best messaging apps
automatic storage – what happens
Emergency – encrypting a photo, extra password

Set up Mobile Remote Control: Locate your mobile remotely, Delete your content
Scenario: Your comrade has been arrested and you are unable to locate them. The authorities are not telling you their location. You suspect they have their mobile phone on them and use a location service to find the phone.
Scenario: You're crossing a border and your devices are seized. While someone tries to access your mobile phone content, you delete your phone's contents.

For most phones, we'll need to set up remote tracking and control before an incident. You'll need to enable it on the phone itself. Your mobile carriers can track your devices, but

Android: If you have connected your android phone to a google account, you can find your phone through a browser service. Open a browser, log into your google account, and open, type "where is my phone" in the search bar. This will locate your device.

Click Ring to ring your device.
Click Recover to see the following options. You can erase your device from this screen.

Requirement: Link your Android device to a Google Account. Be able to log into your Google account via a browser.


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