How to Get Rid of Your Phones & Android: What to do when your phone or Android gets hacked

If your phone is compromised and you want to keep it, here are the steps you can take.1.

Put the phone in the freezer.

If your smartphone or Android was left unattended in a drawer or box for a while, it could potentially be lost.

The best way to keep your phone from freezing is to put it in the fridge, which is a little bit warmer.

Put your phone in a warm place and then place it in a large container (a small container works just as well) with ice.

Let it freeze for at least six hours, and preferably overnight.

If you don’t have a refrigerator, just store the phone under a plastic container in a cool, dry place.2.

If the phone gets infected, you can still turn it on.

You just need to turn off the battery and the charger, and then turn it back on.

Turn off the phone’s camera or microphone, too.3.

If this sounds like a lot of work, there are plenty of online services that let you turn off your phones, but they’re a bit more complicated than turning it off completely.

We suggest using the simple, free, and easy-to-use service Stopscreendown.

You can get the app from the App Store.4.

Use the app to disable your phone and remove all apps from it.

You won’t have access to your data and your phone will probably have some malware installed on it.5.

Restart your phone.

If everything is fine, your phone should reboot.6.

When it’s done rebooting, turn it off again.

Make sure you don.re not on a cellular network.7.

If it is still infected, plug it back in.

If that works, you should be able to use your phone again.8.

Reboot your phone for the second time.

If all is well, you’ll have your phone back and your data should be fully restored.9.

If not, you’re now in a vulnerable state.

You should do a full factory reset on your phone to clear any remaining malware on your device.10.

Make a backup of your data on your computer.

If there’s a problem, you might want to take the backup of all of your files to a safe place.11.

If possible, use the Android Backup and Restore Tool to restore data on both your phone, and your Android.12.

If something went wrong, contact a professional tech support agency that specializes in this type of security issues, such as the Apple Security Team.13.

If nothing changes, you may be able get your phone fixed with a replacement.

We advise getting a replacement from a reputable repair shop.14.

If things are still not working, it’s possible that your phone has been infected with malware.

For this reason, you could try using an Android backup tool, such the Android Checkup app from Google Play.15.

If any of these steps don’t help, you’ve got a very high chance of losing your phone permanently.