Webroot Mobile Security for Android
Support for our Android mobile apps.
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I just installed the Webroot mobile app a couple of days ago. Since then, I have tried everything to avoid having to sign in every time I want to use my phone. I have changed settings, both with Webroot and my phone, and have uninstalled the app and removed it from my Webroot account, but nothing seems to work. I am now resetting my phone to facatory settings, hoping that will work. I paid the $4.99 for the upgrade, so I really want to use it, but this having to type in my password 20 times a day is ridiculous. Is it possible to use Webroot mobile without having to sign in every time?
Hello gang! I hope everyone had great Holidays! As you can see the above I created this account for the console because I will need to install the mobile version for my new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and a version for the Samsung Galaxy S tablet. I have never done this before so I have been reading here so I have a good idea of what I need to do. Does it take some time for this account before it will be active? Right after I created the account and wrote everything down as I created it, I then logged out and tried to log back in and used exactly what I created the account with and it says its invalid. It basically doesn't recognize what I'm putting in. It puzzles me. I punched in my full email address and then password etc. I wanted to get this setup because my daughter is coming tomorrow and we were going to put WSAC on the phone and the tablet. Do I need to pay extra fee for the license? Or can I use this same key code? I did compare this to
My Visual Land Android tablet does not show up as protected on the console page. If I uninstall Webroot Anywhere Mobile from Google Play and re-install it, the console recognizes it for a few hours, but reverts to all zeros the next day. If it gets lost or stolen, I cannot locate it or lock it. Support has been no help at all after three tries and don't seem to comprehend the problem. They keep saying install Webroot Secure Browser, but it is not listed in Google Play because evidently it is not compatible with my tablet. They keep saying reinstall the free app, but don't install Webroot Complete. So, I really don't know if the installed app is getting up to date definitions to run its scans since it's all 0's on the website console. I don't have password access and have to depend on Last Pass which is awkward. I paid for the update to have Webroot Premier on the tablet. I have another console that shows my computers, and are Webroo
See YOUTUBE [url=https://www.youtube.com/embed/Q8xz8xKEFvU]https://www.youtube.com/embed/Q8xz8xKEFvU[/url]. It seems that the top 10 flashlight apps are all malware that access your contacts and other sensitive data on cell phones. Does anyone know if the "Nightflash" program is safe?
When i try and update my Australian mobile phone number to include the correct country code - currently incorrect - it comes back as invalid. I'm putting in counctry code - leaving of the preceding 0 for the area code (04) and putting in the remaining 8 digits. Can anyone please help?
I have Internet Security Complete 2013 for 5 devices. So far, I've only used it on 3 PCs. I've ordered an Amazon Fire Phone and want to ensure it's protected. Since the Fire OS is a fork of Android, I'd like to know if my Webroot product will work on the phone. Thank you.
The Kindle Fire HDX has a modified Android OS. Question 1: Is Webroot Internet Security Complete compatible with Kindle Fire HDX OS? Question 2: If Q1 is true, does the installation process differ (require a special installation script) from a normal installation to an Android device? Thanks, Richard
Recent news articles pointed out that the Android OS has a flaw that enables any installed app to access information copied to the clipboard. This presents a problem for virtually every password management program (e.g., Lastpass, Keepass). See this link for more info: [url=http://www.talkandroid.com/227369-password-managers-on-android-are-not-as-secure-as-one-would-think/]http://www.talkandroid.com/227369-password-managers-on-android-are-not-as-secure-as-one-would-think/[/url] Note: I tested for and verified that this flaw exists by copying a newly created Login and Password that I stored in KeePass, and then using the proof-of-concept App (mentioned in the above article) ClipCaster to see if it could "capture" the data; it did. In other words, password managment apps like Lastpass and KeePass store logins/passwords and allow users to copy them to the clipboard for easy entering into online forms, etc. The Android OS flaw enables any app to access this dat
Cant seem to install the android version of the software onto a Samsun tablet. I have a LICENSED copy of the product and have tried installing it from the web as well as Google Play and dneither accept the license code frmo the package. The license number is the same one listed on the admin home page. Anyone have any ideas or suggestions. Seems like the Geeksquad is making it difficult to get it done..
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