Most Samsung Galaxy smartphones have Google Chrome or Samsung Internet as their default browser. Unlike the default browser Safari app on iOS, the browser preinstalled on Android smartphones is more vulnerable to security penetration. The most popular mobile browser, Google Chrome, is no exception. In addition to the security flaws, we also discovered other issues with Google Chrome related to performance, privacy, and settings bloat.
However, Samsung Galaxy smartphones are equipped with security features to prevent malware. Before you download any files through your browser or Play Store, they are first scanned for viruses. Likewise, you can select “Enhanced Protection” on Google Chrome to prevent downloading files and extensions with malware. Even so, Android devices had the highest malware rate compared to Windows, IoT and iPhones – according to Panda Security. Of course, you should worry about whether your Samsung Galaxy will get a virus from Google Chrome. So, let’s find out more.
if you Any malware detected on a Samsung Galaxy, the best thing to do is to remove it. As a precautionary measure, even if your diagnostic app doesn’t detect a threat, but you notice suspicious activity on your Android phone, you can follow the procedure to remove malware. One of the most effective ways to remove malware is to restart it in safe mode. To do this, you need to press the volume down button while restarting your phone, and “Safe Mode” should appear. After activating Safe Mode, you can remove any third-party applications that may be malicious. Besides that, you can also clear Google Chrome and Samsung Internet Cache and data on your browser to remove suspected malware you may have missed. However, if you don’t want to risk it, you can restore your phone to factory settings after backing up your important data. It’s also a good idea to make sure your Samsung Galaxy has an up-to-date antivirus application to isolate high-risk files.