Advanced Plus Security RoboMan's Mobile Security Config

Last updated
Dec 5, 2023
Phone brand
Phone model
Galaxy S22 Ultra
Phone OS
Phone OS version
Android 13
Phone OS updates
Automatic updates
App store(s)
    • Play Store (Google)
App updates
Allow app updates on WiFi connection only
Phone unlock
PIN (medium-high security)
Biometric security
    • Apple FaceID / TouchID
    • Fingerprint(s)
SIM card lock
Protected by a PIN code
Find my Phone
Remote wipe
Security & Privacy Apps
AdGuard Premium
Kaspersky Premium
Firewall & VPN Apps
Password manager
Phone & Caller ID
Google Phone
Samsung SMS
Music & Podcasts
Spotify Premium
Photo & Video
Samsung Gallery
Cloud storage
File and Photo backup
Active subscriptions
    • Microsoft OneDrive 100GB
What I'm looking for?

Looking for maximum feedback.


Level 34
Thread author
Top Poster
Content Creator
Jun 24, 2016
Hello folks, this is my latest phone acquired a couple of months ago. I'm very happy with it and it exceeds my expectations.

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Any feedback towards security and privacy is appreciated! :)


Level 34
Thread author
Top Poster
Content Creator
Jun 24, 2016
Congratulations, great phone and security installed ;) :) I'm running Kaspersky Plus on my S22+ One UI 5.1 Android 13, no problems :)
Thanks, it's really smooth!

Interesting, You using KPremium... still Android 13? Did not get One UI 6.0 yet?
Indeed, I am using Kaspersky for Android. Mainly for its web protection since I constantly get fraudulent SMS and social network messages with phishing and malware.

Regarding the OS, I am still waiting for the Android 14/OneUI 6.0 update. I've seen people with older models get it, but I am still here, waiting...

Jonny Quest

Level 13
Mar 2, 2023
Congrats man, Authy is at risky according to some security experts. hope you are aware of that.

Are you talking about them being hacked (sort of) last year? But even then, if they had my keys, they would still need to know my logins and passwords to hack a site. I'm not trying to hijack or sidetrack RoboMan's thread, but I use Authy too, especially for its desktop app which also acts as a backup, and am wondering if I'm missing something else?

From this link: this link:

Keep in mind that even if you were caught in the midst of this Authy hack, your online accounts should still remain secured as long as your password and the email address associated with your account isn’t in the hands of the hackers. After all, this is exactly what two-factor authentication is meant for: Even when one of your login factors is compromised, a bad actor would still need the other factor to gain access. If you’re not a high-profile politician or an otherwise obvious target for hackers, it’s very unlikely that both of your factors will be hacked at the same time.

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