There is a popular secure messaging app for Android phones called surespot. It prevents intruders and snoops from seeing your private communications. It does this by using encryption to obscure the data. If someone tries to spy on a chat, they would only see scrambled text. Continue reading “Text and SMS Encryption Apps for Privacy” »
Believe it or not, cell phones need similar security to computers. Telemarketing phone calls might also be considered a typical problem.
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Contacts and phone numbers are often stored on Google’s servers in your Gmail account, even if you don’t realize it. The phone does not give any indication of this and does not show a clear way to remove them for privacy. There is a way you can check for yourself and fix it Continue reading “Droid Contacts are Stored on Google Servers Without Your Knowledge” »
Sometimes after clearing cache data, performing a factory reset or downloading an erroneous update, the Droid phone will fail to save new contacts and call history. Continue reading “Droid Phone Won’t Save Contacts or Call History – Solution” »
Alarm Clock Pro is a comprehensive and free Droid app supported by non-intrusive ads. It is not a scheduler with notifications. It is a full-scale alarm clock. It is one of the most popular downloads in that category in the Google Play store. It functions like any normal desktop alarm clock in that it will wake you up when programmed to. Continue reading “Alarm Clock Pro Turns Your Droid Into Desktop Alarm Clock” »
After a recent update for Droid phones, e-mail over SSL fails to work properly when connecting to a server that uses a self-signed SSL certificate. This applies to the stock software. You might see an error like “Unable to open connection to server” or “Could not connect to server”. Continue reading “Droid Phone SSL E-mail Problem With Self Signed Certificates” »