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    donanobispacem777
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    Today I learnt some device like OnePlus and Huawei don’t even support this feature.

    #30606
    EskeRahn
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    AFAIK, this is not part of standard Pie. I haven’t heard anything on F(x)tec adding it.
    Pie do as default encrypt all data on your phone. (see Security & Location, Advanced, Encryption)
    (Pie do also offer the Lockdown mode, that might help somewhat if you make it a habit using it)

    And you should be able to remote wipe the device too, see e.g. https://www.androidcentral.com/how-set-android-device-manager-lock-and-wipe-your-phone

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    #30616
    storyworks
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    My opinion only, but ugh. ;-) Whenever a phone or software offers that option (my password locker does) I immediately set it to unlimited. One of the things I loved about Dirty Unicorns is that it left my phone unencrypted by default. My paper files aren’t encrypted. They don’t even have a password. I don’t need my phone encrypted. Lol. The few things that need to be encrypted are.

    Again, just me. YMMV (and I’m not being critical of anyone who disagrees with me).

    #30749
    Craig
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    I had not heard of such a feature, but certainly not a feature someone with young kids around would ever want enabled ;)

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    jason
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    I had not heard of such a feature, but certainly not a feature someone with young kids around would ever want enabled ;)

    quite agree lol!

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