This article is for news, tips, and guides for installing, using, and using the latest version of Android (7.1.1) for free, according to the latest Android security update.
This is a good time to take stock of what you need to know about the update, how to disable it, and what to do if you’re experiencing problems with your phone.
Before you get started, here are the major security fixes in the Android security bulletin that came out on August 1.
For more information on Android security updates, you can check out our full coverage of Android security fixes.
How to Disable Android’s Antivirus Software (7-1-1) Android’s antivirus software is designed to prevent malicious software from running.
While Android can detect a wide variety of malicious programs, most of the time it can’t identify them.
You can, however, disable the software that’s being used to detect these malicious programs.
To do this, you’ll need to follow the instructions in the following screen shots: Settings > About phone > Security > About device.
If you don’t see the “About device” screen in the screenshots, then you probably have Android Security Update installed.
Disable it by following the instructions below: On your phone, open Settings > System > Security and Security Options.
Under “Security settings”, tap the “Manage my apps and apps that are installed on my device” checkbox.
Under the “Apps” tab, scroll down and tap “Disable” (or, “Disconnect”) the “Android Security Update” check box.
When the screen shows “Disable”, you can remove it from your phone by tapping “Reset”.
You can also uninstall the software by going to Settings > Apps > Security, selecting “Uninstall apps” from the list of apps, and then “Clear data”.
To uninstall an app that’s been detected as malicious, go to Settings, select “Apps”, and then select “Delete”.
If you’re running Android 8.0 or higher, you may need to manually uninstall any software you’re not using.
If your phone is running Android 7.1 or lower, you won’t be able to uninstall it, as the Android system will automatically uninstall all of the installed apps.
If this is the case, you need a third-party app manager app to remove the apps.
Go to Settings and tap the app manager icon, then tap “Settings”.
Under “About phone”, tap “Managing apps”.
Scroll down and select “Uninstalls” from here.
When your phone reboots, it may need a reboot to completely remove all of your apps from it.
If it’s running Android 5.1, 7.0, or lower (which should work with Android 7 and below), you’ll be prompted to confirm that you want to remove any app that you’ve installed on your phone from your device.
You may need the Google app manager to do this.
On your computer, open the Settings app.
Under Privacy and Security, tap “Apps & privacy” under “Privacy”.
Scroll to the bottom and select the “Delete apps” checkboxes.
If the checkboxes are unchecked, tap OK to remove all installed apps from the device.
Once the device reboots and you’re back at the main screen, tap on “Manages apps”.
Scroll back up and select your apps, then scroll to the “Settings” tab.
Under Apps & privacy, select your “Apps you’ve recently installed” and “Uninstalled apps”.
Once the app management app is open, select the checkbox next to “Remove” (and select the option that says “Disconnected”) to remove Android Security Updates from your smartphone.
To uninstall Android’s Anti-Malware Software (Android 7.x) On your smartphone, open Google Play Store.
Go here to download and install the latest security update for Android (Android Security Updates) (7) to your phone (or download the latest updates from the Google Play store).
For more info, see How to Enable Android’s Android Anti-malware Software for Free.
How do I disable Android’s malware protection?
To disable Android Anti to free up space on your device, first download the “android anti-malwares” app.
To open this app, open a web browser, and go to http://www.google.com/get.googleprotect.
To install the app, click on the Google icon at the top right of your screen.
On the left side of the screen, click the “View More” icon to open the settings.
Click “Advanced” at the bottom of the settings menu.
Under Settings, click “Advanced settings” under the “Device” section.
Select “Turn off Android Anti” and then tap OK.
Android will automatically stop the Anti software and download a “Cleaner” app that will remove any malware and adware that may