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Malwarebytes for Android as a device administrator 

My Mobile IM Poco X3 Pro 8 Ram 256 GB . Android 11 


Option 1: Malwarebytes for Android Dashboard (enable only)
Option 2: Malwarebytes for Android Settings
Option 3: Android device Settings

Open the Malwarebytes for Android app.
From the Dashboard, scroll down, then tap Enable Device Administrator.

Scroll down and tap Activate this device admin app.

Tap the Device Administrator setting.
are enabling device administrator

All done ok

What hope ?

I do not understand no know where Chromebooks remote ?

or

Malwarebytes Account Home 

https://my.beta.malwarebytes.com/subscriptions/details/.....................................

No have mobile remote ?

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Anti-Theft
With Bitdefender Anti-Theft, you can remotely locate, lock, wipe or send a message to your device in case of loss or theft. Plus, your Android phone is capable of self-defense: it snaps a mugshot of anyone who tries to tamper with it in your absence, then sends it to you in your Bitdefender Central account.

Is have remote mobile location and all 

good done 

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find my device
google play administration

Google administering the google play service

Is have remote mobile location and all 

Good done 

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Hi @Pawtoen,

Malwarebytes for Android does not use device administration rights for locating mobile devices, nor any other drastic actions such as wiping the device.

Instead, we use device administration for ransomware remediation.

Ransomware is particularity dangerous, and if given device administration rights (accidentally), it can render the device unusable.  By giving Malwarebytes for Android device administration rights, we can remediate ransomware even after it is given privileged rights.

For example, some ransomware may change the device’s user pin.  We can remediate this if given device admin rights to reset the pin (via SMS commands).

Also, device admin rights protect Malwarebytes for Android from being uninstalled by malware.

 

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