How ToHow to Enable Google Play Protect

How to Enable Google Play Protect

Google Play Protect is the built-in malware protection feature for all Android devices. It uses machine learning to scan potential threats to your device. Play Protect regularly checks your apps and device for harmful behavior. It will also alert you if there are any security threats on your device.

The main feature of the Play Protect is to run a safety check on apps from the Google Play Store before you download them. Also, it prevents you from installing apps from unknown sources. Here is how you can enable Google Protect for your Android device.

How to Enable Google Play Protect

Now to enable Google Play Protect on your Android devices. Follow the following steps:

Step 1: Login into Google Play Store with a Google account. If you don’t have one, you can create a Google Account.

Step 2: If you are already login, open the Google Play Store and update the app. To do so, click the profile icon and select the “Settings” option. Now, look for “Update Play Store.”

Step 3: Open the Google Play Store; after you’ve updated it to the latest version. Now click on the profile icon.

Step 4: Now click the “Play Protect” option to configure Play Protect.

Note:- By default, Google Play Protect is enabled on your Android device. But you can turn it on and off on your requirement.

Step 5: If Google Play Protect is not enabled, you can enable it by clicking on the gear icon. Now, turn on “Scan apps with Play Protect” and “Improve harmful app detection.”

That’s it; this is how you can enable Google Play Protect on your Android devices. I hope this article was helpful to you. If you have any questions, please ask in the comment section below. We are always there to help you.

Ajoy Kumar
Ajoy Kumar
Hi, my name is Ajoy Kumar Basak, I am a tech YouTube and Blogger. I created this blog to share my thought about smartphones and how to tweak things around smartphones.
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