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How To Deal With Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus Virus Infection Warnings

Sometimes when you surf up the web, there comes a message which says that your device is infected with virus. If you already have an antivirus, you probably wouldn’t worry but if you don’t, your device really could be infected with viruses on Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus.

In most of the cases these warnings are really false alarm. The real virus will get inside your phone if you click that warning box. When you click the warning box, the real virus will get downloaded into the phone. A pop like this can be for many different purposes, like just getting as many clicks as possible and then download a harmless application. But, the important thing is, that it could be a virus infection warning on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus!

So, rule number #1 in terms of dealing with the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus virus infection warnings is never click the pop up, and don’t even try to cancel it by touching the x icon which can be the cause of the click on the popup. If you try to close the pop up, there is a good chance that you will eventually get inside the pop up and download a virus in your device.

The best and the only way to not download any virus from the pop-up are to close the Internet browser or the tab. If it still stays when you close and start the browser again, you will need to delete the cache and dada from the Internet browser application. To delete the cache and the data of the Internet browser or any other app, follow the leads below:

 

How To Deal With Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus Virus Infection Warnings

  1. Open the Applications Menu from your home screen.
  2. Go to settings
  3. Open applications manager
  4. Open the tab “All”
  5. From the apps list, select the internet browser or any other application whose cache and data you need to remove.
  6. There will be a window along with various options. First, you need to click on the force stop option to stop the application and all of its process.
  7. Then, you will need to scroll to storage section, and click on Clear Cache.
  8. Then, click on Clear Data and hit the delete button.

 

After this method, when you will open the Internet browser, it will be completely fresh just like new! One thing you need to learn is to stop thinking about these virus infection warning on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus and not to waste any time.

You will always need to ignore these online virus messages. One thing you can do is install a good anti-virus from trustable source and then it will automatically scan and prevent your Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus from any harm or malware.

 

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