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How to improve privacy on your Android

Greetings dear readers, Android is the most used mobile operating system in the world, this makes it vulnerable to many attacks. Every day more and more malware comes out, many devices are affected daily. So in this post, we will show you how to improve privacy on your Android. One way to improve your privacy and be more alert is to install Access Dots, a feature of IOS 14 that through a colored dot in the notification bar shows you which apps are accessing the most important components related to privacy. For example the camera, microphone, and GPS. This way we can know when a malicious app is accessing each of these components, compromising your security. Access Dots is a very simple and secure app, and you can also modify the size of the dots.

First step

Download and install Access Dots by following the link below:

Google Play | Access Dots – Android 12/iOS 14 privacy indicators

Press install improve
Press install

Second step

Then open the app and press the button to turn on Access Dots.

press the button to turn on Access Dots improve
press the button to turn on Access Dots

Third step

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After that, you will be redirected to the configuration, then go to Downloaded services>Access Dots and turn on Accessibility. And that’s it. Enjoy!

Go to Downloaded services improve
Go to Downloaded services
press Access Dots improve
press Access Dots
turn on Accessibility
turn on Accessibility


Access Dots is a must-have app, it works great and will keep you informed when an app fraudulently accesses the camera and microphone. You will notice that it runs instantly, it delivers what it promises. Also, this feature is really useful when using APK’s downloaded from external sources that could compromise your privacy. We recommend you to use it at least until Google implements this feature natively on Android, most likely this feature will be integrated into Android 12.Thanks for reading us, Bye!


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