Should an antivirus be installed on Samsung Galaxy Core

Should an antivirus be installed on Samsung Galaxy Core

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Should an antivirus be installed on Samsung Galaxy Core

Should an antivirus be installed on your Samsung Galaxy Core? It’s the answer to this question that we will try to develop here.


We’ll first see what viruses can look like on your Samsung Galaxy Core, and then we’ll see what risks these viruses or malware can bring.

Finally, we will see some applications that can help you fight viruses on your Samsung Galaxy Core, then we will conclude on the usefulness of an antivirus for your phone.


What viruses or malware look like on Samsung Galaxy Core

As you may already know, a virus or malware on your Samsung Galaxy Core is a program doing unwanted operations.

For example, a virus can send emails on your behalf without you even knowing it, use your internet connection to do a whole lot of hidden operations etc. Viruses can take many forms, and even some games can contain them. Our advice is to only download programs from secure sources and go to trusted sites only with your Samsung Galaxy Core.


The risks of viruses and the usefulness of an antivirus for your Samsung Galaxy Core

Generally, when you find that there is a virus or malware on your Samsung Galaxy Core, it is already too late and the solution is then to do a force reset of your Samsung Galaxy Core.

The risk is losing all your data. But more serious than that, your personal data could be read by a third party to whom you do not want to give any of this data. If you agree to share different types of data in the installation contracts of your different applications, a virus can go further and force other data to be read, often more personal. This brings us to the third part of our article: although you may not have to install an antivirus on your Samsung Galaxy Core, it can be wise to do so.

Should an antivirus be installed on Samsung Galaxy Core

Should an antivirus be installed on your Samsung Galaxy Core

Samsung Galaxy Core engineers do not recommend installing an antivirus for normal use of devices running under the Samsung Galaxy Core system. However, if you go to sites that are not trusted, or if you download software from unsafe sources on your Samsung Galaxy Core, or just if you have any doubts, it may be clever to download and install an antivirus.

By typing antivirus on ‘Play Store’ installed on your Samsung Galaxy Core you’ll have access to a wide range of applications.

You can opt for a free or paid version depending on your specific needs.

Do not hesitate to look at user comments and the ratings for each antivirus to get an idea. If in doubt, call an expert to install the correct antivirus on your Samsung Galaxy Core.


Applications like ‘Avast’ or ‘AV-Test’ offer a global protection and security for your Samsung Galaxy Core.

These applications include in particular an antivirus.

It is good to protect against several types of attacks with an application of this type on your Samsung Galaxy Core.

However, no program can guarantee an absolute level of security, malware and virus editors are often a little ahead of antivirus they are trying to outsmart.

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