AVG antivirus is the well known software which protects your device from all kind of cyber threat like malware, Trojans, rootkits, ransomware, viruses and other harmful infections. This product can install and activate via www.avg.com/retail. It provide amazing features to your device such as fast scanning, firewall setting, web cam protection, web shield protection, identity theft protection, reliability and compatibility etc. It protects your device from unauthorized access by attackers. In this blog, you will read the use of Camera Trap feature of AVG Antivirus for Android.
Use of Camera Trap Feature of AVG Antivirus:
In this, you have to check the box to enable this Camera trap feature. If you have remotely locked your phone just by using your Anti-Theft service, then Camera Trap feature of AVG will take a secret front-camera photo of anyone who enters your password 3 times incorrectly. After this, photo will email to the address which you have registered to your Anti-Theft service so that you can view the face of the person who wants to get into your phone.
Camera Trap will help you to identify a potential intruder. Here, you can also enable Camera Trap feature for your Android’s standard lock screen. For this, you have to open your AVG Antivirus. Then, you have to click on the Anti-Theft tile. After this, you should Turn on Device Administrator. Keep in mind this PRO feature of Camera Trap is available for AVG antivirus users. And this feature is for the Devices with a front-facing camera and for the Devices running Android OS version 2.3.3 and higher.
For using Camera Trap feature, you should first register with your Anti-Theft service. After this, the email will be sent to your phone according to your internet speed and connection. In case, you are having the problem in seeing the photo in your email, then you should check that you have allowed your email app to display pictures. For more details, go to avg.com/retail.
Keep in mind that your device will automatically lock itself if somebody changes your SIM card. You should use your Anti-Theft password just to unlock your device.
You should create your private password of minimum 4 characters in length, so that you can remotely control your device with text messages. This is used to unlock your device because somebody has changed your SIM card.
If you want to change this password, then you should tap on this option again and just create a new one.
If you enable this level of protection, then whenever you use Anti-Theft feature to remotely wipe your device, Device Administrator will use Android’s built-in “Reset to factory settings” in order to completely wipe all personal data from your Android Phone. It also provide double layer of protection whenever you use Anti-Theft to remotely lock your device. If you enable Device Administrator then you cannot view uninstall option for the AVG Antivirus app in both Google Play and App Manager. Then to uninstall AVG Antivirus you should open the app and click on Help and then tap on Uninstall.
For more details about Camera trap feature, visit to www.avg.com/retail.