How to detect viruses in the device

detect viruses in the device
Accelerometers are increasingly being incorporated into personal electronic devices to detect the orientation of the device, for example, a display screen.

Samsung has released “Smart Manager” program, which helps Samsung smartphone users scan and optimizes battery, storage, RAM, and security systems. The program automatically scans for malware on the device and is used by following these steps:

  • Open your Samsung device and click the “Apps” icon.
  • Click on the “Smart Manager” icon.
  • Click on the “Security” option.
  • Click on the “SCAN NOW” option.

detect viruses in the device

How to detect viruses in an iPhone Device

You can know if your iPhone has viruses or not by observing the following changes:

  • Monitor battery performance: Because viruses work on your device without seeing it, it will consume battery power very quickly. You can check the “Checking Battery Usage” option to detect applications that consume the most battery power and scan applications that a person has not installed on their device.
  • Search for unknown apps: Search your iPhone for unusual or pre-installed apps on your device and wipe them from your device for potentially harmful reasons.
  • Apps crash unexpectedly: If applications that are used regularly are suddenly broken, someone may have taken advantage of the application’s vulnerabilities, so it’s a good idea always to update apps and use the latest version as they’re safer.

How to detect viruses in a Computer Device

Viruses can be predicted on the computer by:

  • Slow down computer speed: Malware is slowing down your computer’s speed by depleting your computer’s processing resources. If you do not run an application that needs a lot of resources and slows the device down, it may be a sign of viruses on your device.
  • Receiving strange messages: Receiving messages that you can’t access any of your computer’s drives is evidence that there are viruses in your computer.
  • File size fluctuation: If you notice a fluctuation in file sizes that have not been used recently, this is evidence that there are viruses in your computer.


  1. ↑ “How do I use the Smart Manager application to check for malware or viruses?”,, Retrieved 19-12-2018. Edited.
  2. ↑ “How to Check if an iPhone Has a Virus,”, Retrieved 19-12-2018. Edited.
  3. ↑ “How to Know if Your Computer is Infected with a Virus,”, Retrieved 19-12-2018. Edited.




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