Comodo Mobile Security for Android - User Guide

Comodo
Mobile Security for Android
Software Version 2.0
User Guide
Guide Version 2.0.052213
Comodo Security Solutions
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Table of Contents
1.Introduction to Comodo Mobile Security................................................................................................................................. 3
2.Downloading and Installing CMS........................................................................................................................................... 4
3.Antivirus Scanner and Ad Blocker.......................................................................................................................................... 5
4.Privacy Advisor.................................................................................................................................................................... 22
5.Traffic Monitoring................................................................................................................................................................. 26
6.System Optimizer................................................................................................................................................................ 38
7.Private Space...................................................................................................................................................................... 43
8.Software Manager............................................................................................................................................................... 63
9.Call & SMS Blocking............................................................................................................................................................ 72
10.Backup.............................................................................................................................................................................. 93
11.Scheduled Tasks.............................................................................................................................................................. 100
12.Anti Theft......................................................................................................................................................................... 104
13.CMS Settings and More................................................................................................................................................... 121
14.Comodo Battery Saver..................................................................................................................................................... 127
About Comodo..................................................................................................................................................................... 130
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1.Introduction to Comodo Mobile Security
Comodo Mobile Security (CMS) provides Android devices with ‘always on’ protection against viruses, worms and scripts. In
addition to core antivirus protection, CMS also features SMS & Call Blocking, Private Space, an effective Software & Process
Manager, Data and Apps Backup and Data Traffic Monitor. The Anti Theft feature allows you to recover your device if it is misplaced, lost or even stolen. Please click the following links to jump straight to the area you need help with:
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Downloading and Installing - Describes from where to download and how to install CMS
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Antivirus Scanner and Ad Blocker - How to run antivirus scans and block push ad apps from appearing on your device
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Privacy Advisor – Describes how to view and manage apps whose privileges could compromise your privacy or cost
you money.
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Traffic Monitoring - Describes how to configure the Traffic Monitoring service to check your GPRS/3G usage and alert
you when you are about to reach your data-plan limit. You’ll also learn how to use the firewall to control which apps
connect to the Internet.
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System Optimizer – Explains how to improve the performance of your device by running a system optimization scan
and terminating resource hungry processes.
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Private Space – Describes how to create and manage private contacts.
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Software Manager - Describes how to manage all the apps in your device
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Call & SMS Blocking - Describes how to filter out unwanted SMS messages and phone calls.
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Backup – Describes how to backup/restore your valuable data and apps to and from SD card.
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Scheduled Tasks – Learn how to schedule tasks such as antivirus scans to run automatically.
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Anti Theft - Describes how to protect and locate your device in the event it is lost or stolen. Includes remotely making
your phone sound an alarm, getting the location of your missing device, remotely locking your device, remotely wiping
your device of personal data and taking a photograph of the person currently in possession of the device.
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CMS Settings and More – Describes how to configure Comodo Mobile Security settings, leave feedback, check for
updates and more.
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Comodo Battery Saver – Describes how to launch Comodo Battery Saver, an app that help to optimizes battery
charge in your device.
2.Downloading and Installing CMS
Comodo Mobile Security application is available at https://m.comodo.com/.
Step 1: Enter https://m.comodo.com/ in the address bar of the browser in your android mobile phone or device.
Step 2: In the Comodo Mobile Security webpage, click the 'Free Download' button.
Alternatively, visit https://market.android.com/details?id=com.comodo.pimsecure and click 'Install' button.
Normally the application will be downloaded and stored in '/sdcard/download' and the user will receive a notification when the
application is downloaded completely.
Note: The stored path may vary depending on the browser in the device
Step 3: Open the folder where the CMS app is stored and the application gets installed automatically. Alternatively use an
application to install the CMS app.
The Comodo Mobile Security icon will now be available in the screen.
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3.Antivirus Scanner and Ad Blocker
"Always on" virus protection and an on-demand scanner help keep your device clear of viruses and unsafe apps. One touch
scans and scheduled scans are provided as well as a system “Health Check” feature that quickly identifies viruses, unsafe apps
and potentially risky settings. In addition to real time virus protection, CMS also safeguards you from:
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Annoying Push Ads hosted by applications that you download from various sources
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Harmful USSD attacks from malicious webpages
Click the links below for help with common tasks:
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How to run a device 'Health Check'
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How to run an antivirus scan
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How to schedule an antivirus scan
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How to add apps to trusted list
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How to update Comodo Mobile Security
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How to check the log
The real time antivirus protection provides instant malware alert while an unsafe app is being installed.
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Tap 'Yes' to uninstall or 'Cancel' to proceed with the installation. You can also add this app to trusted list. CMS will not scan the
apps that are in the trusted list.
The Push Ad detector provides you warning in the notifications bar while apps that host push ads are being installed. Open the
notification bar to view the message.
Tap 'Yes' to uninstall or 'Cancel' to proceed with the installation. You can also add this app to trusted list. CMS will not scan the
apps that are in the trusted list. Tap 'Details' to view the name of the advertiser and how the app may generally behave such as
ads in the notification bar, create shortcuts and more.
Some of the malicious web pages you visit over Internet may invade your device by USSD attacks. The web page may send a
message with a USSD code for performing a malicious activity such as resetting your device to factory settings, making you to
loose your saved contacts and other valuable data. A typical USSD code will be similar to '*#NNNN#''. CMS monitors each web
page that you visit for possible USSD attack and it detects any, it will alert you to choose Comodo Security Dialer to execute the
code.
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Select Comodo Security Dialer
If the message from the web page is a potential USSD attack, Comodo Security Dialer will block the attempt and safeguard your
device.
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How to run a device 'Health Check'
A ‘Health Check’ is a full system scan that quickly identifies viruses, untrusted applications, push add apps and any potentially
risky settings on your Android device.
To run a 'Health Check'
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
The home page of CMS under Security tab will open.
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Tap the 'Health Check' button.
In addition to identifying viruses, the Health Check feature also checks for unsafe apps, push ad apps and potentially risky
settings and displays the summary of dangerous items, pending items and secure items.
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Tap 'Process All' to repair all risky items displayed in the summary screen.
To repair the risky items individually, tap anywhere on an item. The next screen will depend on the item tapped. For example if
you tap 'malware detected' bar, the 'Antivirus' results screen will be displayed for you to take further action. Refer to the
'Antivirus Results' screen for more details.
How to run an antivirus scan
An antivirus scan performed by CMS on your android device detects viruses, push ad apps and unsafe apps and allows you to
delete them. You have the option to run a Quick Scan or a Full Scan. While the Quick Scan will scan only the device memory,
Full Scan will scan device memory as well as the SD card in the device.
To run an antivirus scan
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Tap 'Antivirus' in the home page of CMS under Security tab.
The 'Antivirus' screen will be displayed.
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Tap 'Quick Scan' to scan only the internal memory of the device.
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Tap 'Full Scan' to scan both the internal memory and the SD card in the device.
The scanning process will begin.
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Tap the 'Cancel' button if you want to cancel the scanning.
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Tap 'Yes' to confirm the cancellation or 'No' to continue the scanning process.
After the scan is complete, a summary of virus, push ad and unsafe apps in your device will be displayed. If apps infected with
malware are found, the 'Remove Malware' button will be displayed.
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Quick Scan Results
Full Scan Results
If no virus or unsafe apps are found, tap the 'Back' button to return to the 'Antivirus' screen.
If any viruses or unsafe apps are found tap 'Remove Malware' if you want to remove those items from your device. Tap 'Not
Now' , if you do not want to take any action now. Scroll the screen to view all the items. Tapping on an item will display 'Uninstall'
and 'Add to Trusted List' options.
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Tap the 'Remove Malware' button to remove all the infected apps in the results screen.
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Tap 'Uninstall' button below an app name to remove that item only.
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Tap 'Add to Trusted List' to add the item to the trusted list. When infected or potentially risky apps are added to the
trusted list, CMS will not scan these items during subsequent scans.
A Full Scan results screen will also allow you to remove infected or malicious files from the SD card if any.
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Tap the button
beside an item in the list to remove it.
Please note that infected files detected in SD card can only be removed and cannot be added to trusted list.
How to schedule an antivirus scan
Scheduling an antivirus scan in your Android device automates the process of viruses and unsafe apps detection.
To schedule an antivirus scan
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top of CMS app and tap 'Scheduled Tasks'.
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The 'Scheduled Tasks' screen will open.
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Tap the '+' button at the top to add a new task.
The 'Select Actions' dialog will be displayed.
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Tap on 'Anti-virus Scan' bar.
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Tap the 'Scheduled Time' bar to set the time at which the antivirus scan should start.
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Tap 'OK' after selecting the time.
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Tap 'Repeat on selected day(s)' to select the day on which the scan should run.
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Selected the day on which the scan should run and tap the 'Save' button.
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Repeat the procedure to add as many scheduled tasks as you require in the same manner described above.
The list of scheduled tasks will be displayed.
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To disable a scheduled task, tap on the toggle switch to display 'OFF' condition. To enable it again, tap on it again.
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To edit or delete a scheduled task from your device, tap and hold briefly on the task.
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Tap 'Edit' and edit the task.
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Tap 'Delete' to remove the task.
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How to add apps to trusted list
CMS allows you to add apps to trusted list. This option is available in the results screen of antivirus scans and in the alerts
screen while apps with malware or that hosts push ads are being installed. Once apps are added to the trusted list, CMS will not
scan these items in the subsequent antivirus ad scans.
To add apps to trusted list
1. From the real time alerts screen while installing apps:
2. From the antivirus results screens.
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Tap the 'Add to Trusted List' link.
In the confirmation dialog click 'Yes' to add the app to trusted list.
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The apps will be added to the trusted list.
To view the trusted list and delete apps
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Tap 'Antivirus' in the CMS home screen under 'Security' tab.
In the 'Antivirus' screen, tap 'Trusted List' bar.
The list of apps added to trusted list will be displayed category wise:
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To remove app(s) from the list, tap on the box at the far right and tap the 'Remove' button.
Please note that removing the app from the list will not delete the application from your device. CMS will again display the
removed app in the results screen during the subsequent scans if found to be infected or hosts push ads.
How to update virus database
Use the latest version of CMS antivirus database to protect your device from zero day threats.
To update virus database
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Tap 'Antivirus' in the CMS home screen under 'Security' tab.
In the 'Antivirus' screen, tap the 'Update' bar.
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CMS will check and display the following screen if any newer version of virus database is available:
The virus database will be updated and after successful completion the following screen will be displayed.
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If the current version of virus database is the latest, then 'Database is up to date' message will be displayed.
Please note that virus database can also be updated from the Settings screen.
How to check the log
CMS keeps a log of manual scanning and scheduled scanning run in your device.
To view virus scan log
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Tap 'Antivirus' in the CMS home screen under 'Security' tab.
In the 'Antivirus' screen, tap the 'Logs' bar.
The Antivirus Logs list will be displayed.
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Tap on any of the log in the list to view the details of the antivirus scan.
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To delete all the logs in the list, tap 'Select All' button at the bottom right. All the logs will be selected.
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To delete specific log(s), tap on the box at far right of the respective logs.
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Tap the 'Delete Selected'.
The selected logs will be deleted.
4.Privacy Advisor
Privacy Advisor identifies those apps on your device whose permissions could allow them to compromise your privacy or cost
you money in outgoing calls/texts.
Click the links below for help with common tasks:
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How to identify and manage apps that has call and SMS privileges
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How to identify and manage apps that has privacy privileges
To view and mange apps with call / SMS privileges
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Tap 'Privacy Advisor' in the CMS home screen under 'Security' tab.
The Privacy Advisor screen will be displayed.
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Tap 'Call Privileges' to expand the section.
The 'Call' and 'Send SMS Message' bars will be displayed.
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Tap anywhere on 'Call' or 'Send SMS Message bars to view the list of apps that has call / SMS privileges.
The list of apps that has call / SMS privileges will be displayed.
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Tap on any of the app that you want to manage. Depending on the type of app selected, you can force stop, uninstall, move to
SD card, clear data or clear cache. An example of the 'Manage Applications' screen is shown below:
To view and mange apps privacy privileges
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Tap 'Privacy Advisor' in the CMS home screen under 'Security' tab.
The Privacy Advisor screen will be displayed.
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Tap 'Privacy Privileges' to expand the section.
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The Privacy Privileges list that apps has access without your permission will be displayed.
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Access Contact List – Tap this bar to view and manage the apps that has access to your contact list. These apps could
collect details such as your friends' phone numbers, email address and other data.
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Access SMS Messages – Tap this bar to view and manage the apps that has access to your text messages. These
apps could leak your confidential conversations.
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Access Call Log – Tap this bar to view and manage the apps that access to your phone call logs. These apps could
leak a history of the calls you have made and received.
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Access GPS Location – Tap this bar to view and manage the apps that could track your location. These apps could
leak your location and track your traveling activities.
Tap on any of the app that you want to manage. Depending on the type of app selected, you can force stop, uninstall, move to
SD card, clear data or clear cache. An example of the 'Manage Applications' screen is shown below:
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5.Traffic Monitoring
The Traffic Monitoring utility helps you to keep track of your usage of 2G/3G data on a daily or monthly basis. Apart from
providing an statistical overview of usage over time, it can also alert you if you are about to reach your Internet or data plan
limits. This allows you to:
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Control how much traffic you use on a daily and monthly basis
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Quickly find out if you are paying your provider for more traffic than you ever realistically use
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Make informed decisions about future data plan selections
You can view real-time statistics of data usage by each application running currently, identify the data expensive applications
and to stop or uninstall them.
The Firewall feature in Traffic Monitoring allows you block apps in the device from accessing the Internet.
Important Note: To access the Firewall feature, your Android device should be rooted. Please note that rooting the device may
invalidate the warranty for your device.
Click the links below for help with Traffic Monitoring:
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How to access the Traffic Monitoring interface and view the statistics
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How to configure Traffic Monitoring
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How to enable/disable Traffic Monitoring
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How to enable/disable summary in notification panel
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How to set your monthly quota
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How to set your current usage
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How to set the monthly renewal/billing date of your data plan
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How to set the alert limit
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How to set your daily usage limit
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How to reset Traffic Monitoring statistics and data
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How to view data usage on per application basis
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How to block apps accessing the Internet using Firewall
To access the Traffic Monitoring Interface and view the statistics
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
The home page of CMS under Security tab will open.
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Tap 'Traffic Monitoring'.
By default, the 'Usage' screen will be displayed.
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The interface displays the statistics of your current Internet usage through 2G/3G networks.
GPRS/3G Usage:
The total data usage remaining for the current month is indicated under 'GPRS/3G Usage' as a percentage of the monthly quota
set, with the background color alerting the remaining amount:
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100% - 20% - Green
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20% - 5% - Yellow
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5% - 0% - Red
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Today: Indicates total Internet usage till current time for today through GPRS/3G
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This Month: Indicates total Internet usage till today from the last renewal/billing date
Note: The renewal billing date can be set to any date of the month depending on your billing cycle or your data plan renewal
date, so that the usage measurement will be reset and started afresh from the set date every month. Refer to 'Configuring
Traffic Monitoring' for more details on setting the Renewal/Billing date.
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Remaining: Indicates the amount of data remaining in current renewal period/billing cycle
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Billing Date: Indicates the date of renewal or billing for the next month.
GPRS/3G data used per day:
A graphical representation of Internet usage per day of the current month. The color of the bar changes depending on the
percentage of data traffic used on that day with respect to monthly quota.
If you want Traffic Monitor to start the monitoring from the start, you can clear the statistics at any time. Refer to Clearing Traffic
Monitoring Statistics for more details.
The Traffic monitoring feature also displays the summary of today's data usage and remaining usage for the month in the
notification panel. You can view this by dragging down the notification bar at the top of the screen.
Note: For display of summary in the notification area, 'Show Traffic Monitoring icon on Task Bar' should have been enabled in
the 'Settings' interface.
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To configure Traffic Monitoring
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Open the 'Settings' interface by tapping the Settings icon at the top right.
Enabling/Disabling Traffic Monitoring Service
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Open the 'Traffic Settings' interface by tapping the Settings icon at the top right.
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To toggle the feature between enabled and disabled states, tap anywhere on the ' Traffic Monitoring Service' bar.
Enabling/Disabling Traffic Monitoring Summary at Notification Panel
If enabled, Traffic Monitoring will display in the notification panel a summary of your today's data usage and the usage available
for the month depending on your Monthly Quota. To view the notification, drag the notification bar at the top of your device
screen.
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Open the 'Traffic Settings' interface by tapping the Settings icon at the top right.
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To enable/disable the display at the notification panel, tap anywhere on the 'Show Traffic Monitoring icon on Task Bar'
bar.
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Setting Your Monthly Quota
You can set the limit on your monthly Internet usage depending on your data plan. Traffic monitoring service will display the
remaining amount in the main interface and provide an alert on reaching the limit, based on the quota set in this interface.
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Open the 'Traffic Settings' interface by tapping the Settings icon at the top right.
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Tap on the 'Monthly Quota' bar.
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Enter your monthly usage limit (in MB) in the 'Monthly Quota Setting' dialog and tap 'OK'
The entered limit will be displayed in the 'Monthly Quota' bar of the 'Settings' interface.
Setting your Currently Used Data
You can enter the amount of data usage done so far in the current billing cycle, so that Traffic monitoring will take that into
account and add it to the current usage in order to calculate the remaining amount. If you do not know the amount of data usage
till date, you can contact your mobile service provider and get the usage amount.
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Open the 'Traffic Settings' interface by tapping the Settings icon at the top right.
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To enter current usage, tap the 'Set Currently Used' bar
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Enter the usage done so far in the 'Set Currently Used' dialog and tap 'OK'.
The entered amount will be added to your current usage data.
Setting Monthly Billing/Renewal Date of the Billing Cycle
You can set your monthly billing date or monthly renewal date of your data plan to enable Traffic Monitoring to calculate your
usage for the current month from the specified date.
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Open the 'Traffic Settings' interface by tapping the Settings icon at the top right.
To set the billing/renewal date of your data plan, tap 'Set Billing Date' bar.
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Select the billing date (1~31) and tap 'OK'.
Alert Settings
Setting the Alert Limit
Traffic Monitoring service will raise an alert when your usage is about to reach your set monthly quota. You can set the usage
amount at which you want to be alerted, as percentage of your monthly quota.
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Open the 'Traffic Settings' interface by tapping the Settings icon at the top right.
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To set the alert limit, tap 'Set Usage Alert Limit' bar
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Move the slider to the percentage you want to set as alert limit and tap OK.
Setting Daily Usage Limit
You can set a daily Internet traffic usage limit in MB. You will receive an alert when you are close to exceeding this limit. This can
help you quickly gauge whether or not your typical daily usage will keep you within the monthly traffic limit set by your provider.
Your daily traffic consumption is also indicated as a bar graph in the ‘Traffic Monitoring’ interface. This graph also provides an ‘at
a glance’ overview of historical daily usage – including whether or not you exceeded your daily limit on that day.
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Open the 'Traffic Settings' interface by tapping the Settings icon at the top right.
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To set your daily usage limit, tap 'Set Daily Usage Limit' bar.
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Enter your usage limit for a day (in MB) in the 'Daily Quota Alert' dialog and tap 'OK'.
Clearing Traffic Monitoring Statistics
You can reset the usage amount calculated so far and the other statistics retained by Traffic Monitoring Service.
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Open the 'Traffic Settings' interface by tapping the Settings icon at the top right.
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To clear all the stored data related to Traffic Monitoring, tap 'Reset Traffic Monitoring Data' bar.
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Tap OK in the confirmation dialog.
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All the traffic statistics in the application will be deleted and the traffic measurement will be started newly.
Viewing Cellular Data Traffic per Application
The 2G/3G Data Traffic Ranking feature in Traffic Monitoring of Comodo Mobile Security also allows you to view a break-up
details of 2G/3G data usage by each application connecting to the Internet on a daily basis. The indication of real-time data
usage by each application enables you to identify the applications that are using the data traffic excessively and running
unnecessarily.
To view cellular data usage per application
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Tap 'Traffic Monitoring' in the CMS home screen under 'Security' tab.
By default, the 'Usage' screen will be displayed.
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Tap '3G Traffic Ranking' at the bottom.
The list of apps that had used data with 3G will be displayed and ranked data usage wise. The highest data used app will be
displayed first and the least at the last.
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To view more details on the data usage by an application, tap on the application. The upload and download data used
by the application will be displayed.
Blocking apps from accessing the Internet using Firewall
The firewall allows you greater control over which apps are allowed to connect to the Internet. You can control whether an app is
allowed to connect using Wi-Fi, 2G/3G, both or neither.
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Important Note: To access the Firewall feature, your Android device should be rooted. Please note that rooting the device may
invalidate the warranty for your device.
To block apps from accessing the Internet using firewall
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Tap 'Traffic Monitoring' in the CMS home screen under 'Security' tab.
By default, the 'Usage' screen will be displayed.
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Tap 'Firewall' at the bottom.
The list of apps that connects to the Internet will be displayed.
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Scroll up or down to view the full list of apps. The first box at the right of each app represents 2G/3G connection and the second
box represents WiFi connection.
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To block an app from connecting to the Internet, tap on both the boxes in the bar.
The boxes are grayed out meaning the app cannot connect to the Internet by any means. An example is shown below.
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Tap on the boxes once again to enable the app to connect to the Internet.
If you want an app to connect only via WiFi and not via 2G/3G connection, then tap on the first box in the row.
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The 2G/3G box is grayed out and the app can connect to the Internet only via WiFi connection. Similarly you can allow an app to
connect to the Internet only via 2G/3G connection and deny access via WiFi.
6.System Optimizer
CMS gives you full visibility and control over running processes. You can see how many are running, how much memory each
uses and can quickly close down the ones you don’t want. Software Manager helps you kill apps and clean temporary files in
cache memory which may be slowing down your phone down. Click the links given below for more details.
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How to optimize your device with a single tap
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How to view and kill the processes running in your Android device
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How to clean cache memory
How to optimize your device your device with a single tap
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'System Optimizer'.
In the 'System Optimizer' screen, tap the 'Optimize Now' button.
CMS will terminate apps that are running and also clean the cache memory. The list of terminated apps and cleaned cache
memory for the apps will be displayed.
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Tap the 'Back' button to return to the 'System Optimizer' home screen.
How to view and kill the processes running in your Android device
The System Optimizer feature allows you to view and kill running processes. It also displays the memory used by each of them
and available memory at the top.
To view running process
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'System Optimizer'.
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Tap the Process Manager bar, which displays the number of processes running and the memory used.
The list of running processes and the memory used by each of them will be displayed.
To kill the running process
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'System Optimizer'.
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Tap the Process Manager bar, which displays the number of processes running and the memory used.
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The Process Manager screen displays the list of running process. You can choose to kill a single or running multiple processes.
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Tap on the box at the far end of the process that you want to kill.
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Tap 'Kill Selected'.
The selected running process will be terminated and the memory used will be freed up.
Depending on the type of process selected, you can force stop, uninstall, move to SD card, clear data or clear cache. Tap on
any of the running process bar in the screen. An example of the 'Manage Applications' screen is shown below:
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How to clean cache memory
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'System Optimizer'.
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Tap the Cache Cleaner bar, which displays the number of apps that currently uses cache memory for storing
temporary files.
The list of apps with caches files will be displayed.
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You can choose to clean all the cache files of all the apps or clean for a particular app. To clean the cache file of a single app,
tap anywhere on the bar.
The Manage Application screen will be displayed.
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Tap 'Clear cache'.
The cache files for the selected app will be cleared.
To clear all the cache files, tap the 'Clean All' button. All the temporary files will be cleared.
7.Private Space
Your Private Space is where you store contacts, phone numbers and text messages that are for your eyes only. Once added,
you will be the only person able to view these contacts and any communications from them. In addition, you can password
protect apps in your device
Click the links below for help with common tasks:
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How to set a password for your private space
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How to add contacts into your private space
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How to import a private contact's records
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How to manage a private SMS message
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How to manage a private call
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How to password protect your apps in your device
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How to reset a forgotten password
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How to change your password
How to set a password for your private space
Setting a password for your private space is a very easy and quick process.
To set a password for your private space
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'Private Space'.
The 'Set Password' screen will be displayed.
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Tap the 'Password' field and enter your password and tap 'Next'.
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Tap the drop-down icon
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Select a Reset Question and enter your Password Reset Answer.
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Tap 'OK' to confirm your setting or 'Cancel' to cancel the setting.
to select the Reset Questions.
That's it. Your password for using the private space is set and enter it each time you access this feature.
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How to add contacts into your private space
You can add contacts manually, import from call records or SMS records into your private space.
To add contacts into your private space
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'Private Space'.
The 'Enter Your Password' screen will be displayed.
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Tap the 'Password' field and enter the password that you have set in this field.
The Private Space screen will be displayed.
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Tap 'Private Communication'.
By default, the 'Private SMS' screen will be displayed.
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Tap 'Private Contacts' located at the bottom of the screen.
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Tap
to add contacts.
The 'Add to Private Contacts' screen will be displayed. You have the following options:
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Add Manually - Tap this bar to add your contacts manually.
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Tap the 'Number' field and enter the phone number that you want to add.
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Tap the 'Name' field and enter the name of the contact.
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Select whether you want import only calls or only messages or both from the 'Import Calls and 'Import SMS'
options and tap 'OK'.
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Import from Call Records - Tap this bar to add phone numbers that are in your call records.
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Import from SMS Records - Tap this bar to add phone numbers from SMS messages record in your device.
The phone numbers in your call or message records will be displayed.
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Select the box beside the number(s) that you want to add to Private Contacts and tap
screen.
at the top right of the
The list of added numbers will be displayed.
If you want to delete a contact from the list, tap the
screen.
button beside a number and confirm it in the 'Confirm Deletion'
Note: If you add contacts by 'Import from Call Records' or 'Import from SMS Record' method, only the number will be added
and no previous records of the added contact will be imported into private space. Refer the topic 'How to import a private
contact's records' to know how to import a private contact's call and SMS records from your system records.
How to import a private contact's records
You can import the call and SMS records of a newly added private contact from the system records. Once a contact’s call/SMS
records are imported, then only you will be able to view these records in future.
To import a private contact's records
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'Private Space'.
The 'Enter Your Password' screen will be displayed.
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Tap the 'Password' field and enter the password that you have set in this field.
The Private Space screen will be displayed.
• Tap 'Private Communication'.
By default, the 'Private SMS' screen will be displayed.
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Tap 'Private Contacts' located at the bottom of the screen.
The list of added numbers to Private Contacts will be displayed. Refer 'How to add contacts into your private space' for adding
contacts to your Private Space if you have not done already.
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Tap and hold briefly on a contact that you want to import the records from the system.
The Options screen will be displayed. You have the following options:
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Delete from Private Contacts - Tap this bar if you want to delete the selected contact from the 'Private Contact' list and
confirm it in the 'Confirm Deletion' screen.
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Import from Call Records - Tap this bar to import call records of the selected contact from the system into 'Private
Calls'.
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Import from SMS Records - Tap this bar to import SMS message records of the selected contact from the system into
'Private SMS'.
You can edit contact details by tapping on a 'Contact' bar once. The 'Edit Private Contact' screen will be displayed.
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Edit the contact number and name in the 'Number' and 'Name' fields respectively and tap 'OK'.
How to manage a private SMS message
In the 'Private SMS' screen, you can view, delete or reply to a SMS message. You can also export the message to your system.
To manage a private SMS message
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'Private Space'.
The 'Enter Your Password' screen will be displayed.
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Tap the 'Password' field and enter the password that you have set in this field.
The Private Space screen will be displayed.
• Tap 'Private Communication'.
By default, the 'Private SMS' screen will be displayed.
In the list of private SMS messages, if a number is marked in red beside a contact it indicates the number of unread messages
from that contact.
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Tap anywhere on a private SMS bar once.
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You can view the message and can reply in this screen by entering the reply message in the message field and tapping 'Send'.
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Tap and hold briefly on a private SMS message.
The 'Options' screen will be displayed.
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Delete - Tap this bar to delete the message from the device.
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Export to System SMS - Tap this bar to export the message to your system SMS records. The message will no longer
be in 'Private SMS'.
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How to manage a private call
In the 'Private Calls' screen, you can view, delete or export the call records to your system.
To manage a private call message
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'Private Space'.
The 'Enter Your Password' screen will be displayed.
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Tap the 'Password' field and enter the password that you have set in this field.
The Private Space screen will be displayed.
• Tap 'Private Communication'.
By default, the 'Private SMS' screen will be displayed.
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Tap 'Private Calls' located at the bottom of the screen.
The list of Private Calls will be displayed.
You can view the call details of the contact such as date and time, duration of the call, whether it is incoming, outgoing or a
missed call. Green, blue or red color phone icon beside a call detail indicates incoming, outgoing and missed call respectively.
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Tap anywhere once again on the private call bar to close the details view.
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Tap and hold briefly on a private call.
The 'Options' screen will be displayed.
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Delete - Tap this bar to delete the call detail from the device.
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Export to System SMS - Tap this bar to export the call records to your system call records. The call records will no
longer be in 'Private Calls'.
How to password-protect your apps in your device
The password protection feature prevents applications in your device from being launched without proper credentials.
To password-protect your applications
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'Private Space'.
The 'Enter Your Password' screen will be displayed.
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Tap the 'Password' field and enter the password that you have set in this field.
The Private Space screen will be displayed.
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Tap 'Application Lock'.
All the apps in the device will be listed in alphabetical order with open-lock icon at the far end indicating its unlocked status.
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Tap anywhere on the bar of the app(s) that you want to lock.
All the locked apps will be displayed at the top of the list with the closed-lock icon at the far end indicating its locked status.
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The locked apps can be accessed only after entering the password that you set for Private Space. If you try to access any of the
locked apps, the following 'Application Lock' screen will be displayed.
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Enter the password that you set for 'Private Space' and tap 'OK'.
If you have forgotten your password, 'Refer 'How to reset a forgotten password' to set a new password.
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To unlock an app, tap anywhere on the bar.
The app will no longer be password-protected.
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You can also enable or disable the application lock service by tapping the ON/OFF toggle button located at the top right.
The locked applications in the list will be password-protected only if the toggle button in in 'ON' status. To unlock all the locked
apps, tap on it to display 'OFF' status.
How to reset a forgotten password
In case you have forgotten your password, you can reset the password.
To reset a forgotten password
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'Private Space'.
The 'Enter Your Password' screen will be displayed.
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Tap 'Forgotten Password?'
The 'Password Reset - Authorization' screen will be displayed.
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Enter your Password Reset answer and click 'OK'.
The 'Change Password' screen will be displayed.
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Tap the 'Password' field and enter your new password.
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Tap 'Password Reset Questions' if you want to reset the password reset Q&A, select the question and enter the
answer in the 'Password Reset Answer' field.
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Tap 'OK'.
That's it. Your new password for using the private space is set and enter it each time you want to access this feature.
How to change your password
You can change the current 'Private Space' password if you feel it is compromised or for any other reason.
To change your password
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'Private Space'.
The 'Enter Your Password' screen will be displayed.
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Tap the 'Password' field and enter the password that you have set in this field.
The Private Space screen will be displayed.
• Tap the menu key in your device.
The 'Modify Password' screen will be displayed.
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Tap 'Modify Password'.
The 'Enter Your Old Password' screen will be displayed.
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The 'Change Password' screen will be displayed.
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Tap the 'Password' field and enter your new password.
Tap 'Password Reset Questions' if you want to reset the password reset Q&A and select the question.
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Enter the answer in the 'Password Reset Answer' field.
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Tap 'OK'.
That's it. Your new password for using the private space is set and enter it each time you want to access this feature.
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8.Software Manager
The 'Software Manager' feature in CMS allows you to easily manage all the apps in your device. You can view the installed
apps, take a backup or uninstall them. Restore uninstalled apps back to your device with a single tap. Software Manager
provides a full list of apk files in your device SD card and you can choose either to install them or delete them.
Click the links below for help with common tasks:
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How to view the installed apps and take a backup or uninstall them
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How to restore or delete uninstalled apps
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How to view and manage all the apk files in your device
How to view the installed apps and take a backup or uninstall them
You can view all the applications installed in your Android device and choose to take backup or uninstall any of the unwanted
apps.
To view and take backup or uninstall applications
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'Software Manager'.
The 'Software Manager' screen will be displayed. In the upper portion of the screen, the details of memory available in your
Android device and in the SD card is displayed.
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Tap anywhere on the 'My Apps' bar.
All the installed apps will be displayed in the 'My Apps' screen with details such as its version number and storage space it
occupies.
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Scroll up or down to view all the applications.
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Tap on the box beside the app(s) that you want to either backup or uninstall.
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Tap the 'Backup' button if you want to backup the selected apps.
The Backup Results dialog will be displayed with details of the backup location. The backed up apps will be available in 'Restore
Apps'.
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Tap 'OK' to return to the 'My Apps' screen.
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Tap the 'Uninstall' button if you want to uninstall the selected apps.
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Tap 'OK' to confirm the action or tap 'Cancel'.
You can re-install the uninstalled apps from the 'Restore Apps' screen or from the 'Apk Manager' screen if the apk files are
available in your SD card. Refer to 'How to restore or delete uninstalled apps' and 'How to view and manage all the apk files in
your device' for more details.
Tapping anywhere on an app bar, you can force stop, uninstall, move to SD card, clear data or clear cache. An example of the
'Manage Applications' screen is shown below:
How to restore or delete uninstalled apps
All the uninstalled and backed up apps can be accessed in the 'Restore Apps' screen. You can choose to either install them
again or delete them altogether from the device.
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To restore or delete uninstalled apps
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'Software Manager'.
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In the 'Software Manager' screen, tap 'Restore Apps'.
All the uninstalled apps will be displayed. If the status of an app is shown as installed, it means that it has been restored again
after uninstallation. The uninstalled apps will be continue to remain in this screen even after they have been restored until it is
deleted.
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Tap on the box beside the uninstalled app(s) that you want to restore or delete.
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Tap the 'Install' button if you want to restore the application to your device. The selected app(s) will be installed.
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Tap the 'Delete' button if you want to remove the app from your device and confirm it in the 'Delete' dialog screen.
The selected app(s) will be deleted from your device.
Note: You can also re-install the uninstalled apps from the 'Apk Manager' screen if the apk files are available in the SD of your
device. Refer to ''How to view and manage all the apk files in your device' for more details.
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How to view and manage all the apk files in your device
The applications in your device are installed by using the apk files. The extension of an application installation file is .apk. Using
the Apk Manager feature in CMS you can view all the apk files stored in your SD card. You can use the filter option to view all
apk files, installed apk files, uninstalled apk files or only older versions.
To view and manage apk files
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'Software Manager'.
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In the 'Software Manager' screen, tap 'Apk Manager'.
The 'Apk Manager' screen will be displayed.
The screen displays all the versions including which are installed and uninstalled. You can use the filter option to view and
manage any one of the type of apk files.
To use the filter option, tap the drop-down button located at the top right.
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Tap on the option that you wish to filter the apk files. For example if you tap on 'Old versions', all the old versions of the apk files
will be displayed.
To install an app, tap anywhere on the respective apk file.
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The details of such as how many apk file(s) are selected and how much memory is required for its installation are displayed at
the top.
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Tap the 'Install' button to proceed with the installation.
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To remove apk files from your device, select them and tap the 'Delete' button.
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Tap 'Yes' to confirm the deletion.
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9.Call & SMS Blocking
The Call & SMS blocking feature in CMS allows you to block unwanted messages or calls. You can view blocked messages (and
unblock callers if desired) from the view screen. You can also add known contacts to your personal whitelist and blacklist.
Click the links below for help with common tasks:
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How to block messages
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How to view blocked messages
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How to add phone numbers to whitelist
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How to add phone numbers to blacklist
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How to view blocked call list
How to block messages
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'Call/SMS Blocking'.
By default, the blocked SMS messages list will be displayed.
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Tap the 'Keywords' icon located at the bottom of the screen.
The 'Blocked Keywords' list will be displayed if keywords were already added to the list.
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Tap
button located at the top right to add keywords.
The 'Add Keyword' dialog will be displayed.
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Tap in the 'Keyword' field and fill in the word that CMS should search and automatically block the SMS message.
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Add as many keywords as you desire.
The added keywords will be displayed in the list and messages that contain any of the keywords will be automatically blocked.
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To remove a keyword from the list, tap the
button beside the keyword that you want to remove.
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To remove all the keywords, tap or press the menu key.
The 'Delete All' button will be displayed.
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Tap 'Delete All' if you want to delete all the keywords.
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Tap 'OK' to confirm the deletion or tap 'Cancel' to cancel the deletion.
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Note: Messages sent from whitelisted numbers will not be blocked. Refer 'How to add phone numbers whitelist' for more
details.
How to view blocked messages
In the blocked messages screen, you can view the list of messages that are blocked and choose to do the following tasks:
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Delete
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Call Back
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Add to Blacklist
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Add to Whitelist
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Export to System SMS
To view blocked messages
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'Call/SMS Blocking'.
By default, the blocked SMS messages list will be displayed.
The red dot on the message indicates that it has not been viewed and the green dot indicates that the messages have been
viewed.
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Tap anywhere on the message bar that you want to view the message.
You can view the full blocked message in the screen.
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Tap 'Delete' to remove the message from your device and tap 'Yes' in the Confirm Dialog screen.
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Tap 'More'. The following options are available:
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Call Back - Tap this bar to contact the sender of the message.
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Send SMS Reply - Tap this bar to send a reply message.
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Add to Black List - Tap this bar to add the number to blacklist.
Note: Messages sent from blacklisted numbers will be blocked automatically irrespective of whether they contain keywords or
not. Refer the sections 'How to block messages' and 'How to add phone numbers to blacklist' for more details.
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Add to White List - Tap this bar to add the number to whitelist.
Note: Messages sent from whitelisted numbers will not be blocked irrespective of whether they contain keywords or not. Refer
the sections 'How to block messages' and 'How to add phone numbers to whitelist' for more details.
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Export to System SMS - Tap this bar to export the message to your device's message box.
CMS allows you to delete all messages or bulk delete some messages.
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In the Blocked SMS screen, tap or press the menu key of your device.
The 'Delete All' and 'Delete Selection' buttons will be displayed.
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Tap 'Delete All' if you want to delete all blocked messages.
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Tap 'OK' to confirm the deletion.
To bulk delete some messages:
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Tap 'Delete Selection'.
At the right side of each message bar, a box will be displayed.
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Tap the menu key on your phone again and the 'Delete Selected' and 'Select All' button will be displayed.
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Tap 'Select All' if you want to select all blocked messages.
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Tap 'Delete Selected' to delete all the selected blocked messages.
How to add phone numbers to whitelist
CMS will not apply its filters to messages and calls from whitelisted numbers and no messages or calls will be blocked from
these numbers.
To add phone numbers to whitelist
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'Call/SMS Blocking'.
By default, the blocked SMS messages list will be displayed.
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Tap 'White List' to add numbers.
The list of phone numbers in whitelist will be displayed if they are already added.
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Tap
to add phone numbers to whitelist.
You can add phone numbers to whitelist by three methods:
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Add Manually - Tap this bar to add phone numbers manually.
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Import from Call Records - Tap this bar to add phone numbers that are in your call records.
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Import from SMS Records - Tap this bar to add phone numbers from SMS messages record in your device.
Add Manually
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Tap this bar to add phone numbers manually.
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Tap the Number field and enter the phone number.
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Tap the Name field and enter the name. This is optional.
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Tap 'Add' to confirm the addition of the number to whitelist.
The number will be added to whitelist.
Import from Call / SMS Records
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Tap this bar to add phone numbers that are in your call / SMS records.
The numbers in your call / SMS records will be displayed.
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Tap on the box beside the number that you want to add to whitelist.
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After selecting the number(s), tap the
button at the top.
The added number(s) / names will be displayed in whitelist.
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Tap the
icon beside a number to delete it and tap 'Yes' in the 'Confirm Deletion' screen.
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Tap anywhere on a whitelisted number bar to edit the number and / or the name and tap 'OK;.
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Tap and hold briefly anywhere on a whitelisted number bar to edit, delete, call or send a SMS message.
CMS allows you to delete all whitelisted numbers.
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Tap or press the menu key in your phone to display the 'Delete All' button.
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Tap 'Delete All' if you want to delete all the whitelisted numbers.
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Tap 'OK' to confirm the deletion.
How to add phone numbers to blacklist
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'Call/SMS Blocking'.
By default, the blocked SMS messages list will be displayed.
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Tap 'Black List' to add numbers.
The list of phone numbers in blacklist will be displayed if they are already added.
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Tap
to add phone numbers to blacklist.
You can add phone numbers to blacklist by three methods:
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Add Manually - Tap this bar to add phone numbers manually.
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Import from Call Records - Tap this bar to add phone numbers that are in your call records.
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Import from SMS Records - Tap this bar to add phone numbers from SMS messages record in your device.
Add Manually
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Tap this bar to add phone numbers manually.
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Tap the Number field and enter the phone number.
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Tap the Name field and enter the name. This is optional.
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Select whether you want block only calls or only messages or both from the 'Block Call and 'Block SMS' options and
tap 'Add'.
The number will be added to blacklist.
Import from Call / SMS Records
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Tap this bar to add phone numbers that are in your call / SMS records.
The numbers in your call / SMS records will be displayed.
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Tap on the box beside the number that you want to add to blacklist.
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After selecting the number(s), tap the
button at the top.
The added number(s) / names will be displayed in blacklist.
The icons
and
beside a blacklisted number indicate that both calls and messages are blocked. If you want to allow
calls only, tap on the phone icon. Its status will change to allow. Similarly you can enable messages for the blacklisted number.
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Tap anywhere on a blacklisted number bar to edit the number and / or the name, allow calls / SMS and tap 'OK'.
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Tap and hold briefly anywhere on a blacklisted number bar to edit, delete, call or send a SMS message.
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CMS allows you to delete all blacklisted numbers.
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Tap or press the menu key in your phone to display the 'Delete All' button.
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Tap 'Delete All' if you want to delete all the blacklisted numbers.
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Tap 'OK' to confirm the deletion.
How to view blocked call list
The blocked call list screen allows you to view the list of blocked calls and edit a selected item such as adding it to the blacklist
or whitelist, sending a message or call the number. Please note that an incoming call with a single ring will be displayed in the
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blocked call list.
To view blocked calls
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'Call/SMS Blocking'.
By default, the blocked SMS messages list will be displayed.
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Tap 'Calls' to view the list of blocked calls.
The list of blocked calls will be displayed.
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Note: An incoming call that rings only once will be displayed in the Blocked Calls list. This number then can be added to
blacklist, whitelist or deleted.
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Tap anywhere on a blocked call number bar.
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Tap 'Delete' to remove the selected item from your device.
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Tap 'Add to Black List' to add the selected item to the list of blacklisted numbers and confirm your choice in the
subsequent screens.
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Tap 'More'.
The following options are available:
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Call Back - Tap this bar to contact the caller.
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Send SMS Reply - Tap this bar to send a message to the caller.
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Add to Black List - Tap this bar to add the number to blacklist.
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Add to White List - Tap this bar to add the number to whitelist.
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Export to System Calls - Tap this bar to export the calls to system call list.
CMS allows you to delete all calls or bulk delete some calls.
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Tap or press the menu key on your phone to display the 'Delete All' and 'Delete Selection' button.
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Tap 'Delete All' if you want to delete all blocked calls.
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Tap 'OK' to confirm the deletion.
To bulk delete some calls:
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Tap 'Delete Selection'.
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Tap on the box beside the blocked call(s) that you want to delete.
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Tap the menu key again to display the 'Delete Selected' and 'Select All' button.
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Tap 'Select All' if you want to select all blocked calls.
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Tap 'Delete Selected' to delete all the selected blocked calls.
The selected blocked call(s) will be deleted from the list.
10. Backup
The Backup feature in CMS allows you to back up important data such as:
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Contacts stored in your device
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Text messages
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Contacts, messages and call registers in your Private Space
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CMS configuration
Note: The applications in your device can be backed up by using the Software Manager feature. For more details refer to 'How
to view the installed apps and take a backup or uninstall them' section.
All the backup files are stored in your SD card. In the case of data loss or apps uninstalled accidentally, you can easily restore
the backed up data instantly. You can view the details of logs of backup and restore operations in the History screen.
Click the following links for help with specific backup tasks:
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How to backup your data
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How to restore your data
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How to view data backup and restore logs
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How to backup your data
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'Backup'.
The Data Backup screen will be displayed.
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Tap 'Backup Data'.
The list of items to be backed up will be displayed.
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Select the items you want to backup, from Contacts stored in your device, Text messages, Private Space and CMS
configuration by tapping the check box beside the item. Tap once again to deselect an item.
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Tap 'Backup'.
If you have taken backups earlier, the current backup will overwrite the last backup and an alert will be displayed to confirm it.
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Tap 'Yes' to allow the current backup to overwrite the last backup.
Tip: If you want to preserve the last backup, before starting the backup process, navigate to the folder comodo/backup/data in
your SD Card through a third party File Manager App and store a copy of the backup file to a safe location. If you want to
restore your data from the previous backup file, simply replace the existing backup file at the location comodo/backup/data with
the previous backup file and restore your data. For more details on restoring your data, refer to 'How to restore your data'.
The selected items will be backed up to the location SD Card/comodo/backup/data and on completion, the results will be
displayed.
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Tap 'OK'.
How to restore your data
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'Backup'.
The Data Backup screen will be displayed.
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Tap 'Restore Data'.
The list of items to be restored will be displayed.
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Select the items you want to restore by tapping the check box beside the item. Tap once again to deselect an item.
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Tap 'Restore'.
The selected items will be restored to your device from the SD Card and on completion, the results will be displayed.
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Tap 'OK'.
How to view data backup and restore logs
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'Backup'.
The Data Backup screen will be displayed.
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Tap 'History'.
The Backup/Restore logs will be displayed.
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Scroll up or down to view the full list of logs.
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Tap 'Select All' to select all the logs.
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If you want to delete only some log(s), tap the check box beside them.
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Tap the 'Delete' button after you have selected the log entries.
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In the 'Delete' confirmation dialog, tap 'Yes' to confirm the deletion of selected log entries.
The selected log entries will be deleted from the list.
11. Scheduled Tasks
The Task Scheduler feature in CMS allows you to automate the antivirus scanning process. You can choose to run the scan on
any day or all days at a preset time. You can also set schedules for 'Enter Flight Mode' and 'Leave Flight Mode' on your device.
How to schedule a task
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'Scheduled Tasks'.
The Scheduled Tasks screen will be displayed.
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Tap
button at the top to add a new task.
The Select Actions dialog will be displayed. The following tasks can be scheduled.
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Anti-virus Scan
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Enter Flight Mode
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Leave Flight Mode
From the options, select any of the actions.
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The 'Select Actions' bar will display the selected action in the Scheduled Tasks Edit screen. For example, Anti-virus Scan.
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Tap anywhere on the 'Scheduled Time' bar.
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Select the time at which you which the task should start.
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Tap 'OK' after selecting the time.
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Tap 'Repeat on selected day(s)' to select the day on which the task should run.
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Select the day on which the task should run and tap the 'Save' button.
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Repeat the procedure to add as many scheduled tasks as you require in the same manner described above.
The list of scheduled tasks will be displayed.
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To disable a scheduled task, tap on the toggle switch to display 'OFF' condition. To enable it again, tap on it again.
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To edit a scheduled task, tap on the task and edit the required details.
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To edit or delete a scheduled task from your device, tap and hold briefly on the task.
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Tap 'Edit' and edit the task.
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Tap 'Delete' to remove the task.
12. Anti Theft
The Anti Theft feature in CMS enables you to recover your device easily if it is mislaid, lost or even stolen. The feature allows
you to remotely:
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Sound a loud alarm on your device in order to identify its location
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Get the location of your device in Google maps
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Send an text message to your buddy's phone if someone changes the
SIM card
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Remotely lock the device to prevent unauthorized access
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Wipe off all your private and confidential data including SMS's, Contacts,
Browser Bookmarks, even the pictures, music/video and other files stored
in its SD card
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Anti-Theft Text Codes
(txt to your missing device)
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locate#yourpassword
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alarm#yourpassword
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lock#yourpassword
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wipe#yourpassword
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takephoto#yourpassword
Take a photograph from your missing or stolen device and receive it at
your email to identify the possessor
All the above can be done remotely, just by sending commands as SMS messages from your any other phone.
You need to activate Anti Theft to get the full benefits of the feature. Click the links below for the help with the Anti Theft tasks.
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How to view the demo of Anti theft feature
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How to activate Anti theft
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How to make your device to sound an alarm
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How to get the location of your device
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How to remotely lock your device
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How to remotely wipe all your confidential data from your device
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How to remotely take a photograph
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How to configure Anti theft Settings
You can watch the demonstration of each feature at anytime by accessing the Anti theft screen and tapping on the respective
feature.
To view the demo
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
The home page of CMS under Security tab will open.
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Tap 'Anti Theft'.
The Anti Theft screen will be displayed.
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Tap on the feature for which you wish to watch the demo.
To activate Anti Theft
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
The home page of CMS under Security tab will open.
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Tap 'Anti Theft'.
The Anti Theft screen will be displayed.
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Tap 'Activate'.
The Anti Theft Setup Wizard will start.
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Tap 'Continue'. You will be taken to Step 1 of the wizard.
Step 1:
You have to set a password and set password reset security question and answer in step 1.
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Enter a password for Anti Theft in the 'Password' field. This password is required for:
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Sending remote commands to your device via SMS from another phone if your device is mislaid, lost or stolen
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Unlock your device, if locked by remote command
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Opening Anti Theft Settings, if you want to re-configure the settings
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Re-enter the password in the 'Confirm Password' field
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Select a Password Reset Question from the Password Reset Questions drop-down
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Enter the answer to Password Reset Security Question in the Password Reset Answer field. This answer is required
for:
•
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Resetting your password, if you have forgotten your password
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Unlocking the device if locked by remote command
Tap 'Next' You will be taken to Step 2 of the Wizard
Step2:
The next step is configuring your device to send an automated SMS to your friend's phone, if it is lost or stolen and someone
changes its SIM card. Your friend can store the new number and you can send remote commands to locate the missing device,
lock it or wipe off your private and confidential data in it, to prevent miss-handling.
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Enter the phone number of your friend to whom you wish the automated SMS to be sent from the new number if the
SIM card is changed, in the 'Buddy phone number' field. You can even add a phone number from your contacts by
tapping the contact icon in the right hand side end of the field and selecting the contact.
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Edit the message to be sent to your friend's phone from the new number in the 'Edit the SMS alert message' field.
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Tap 'Next'. You will be taken to Step 3.
Step3:
Step 3 allows you to confirm the choices you made in the previous steps and complete the wizard.
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To reconfigure the settings made in the previous steps, click 'Previous' and re-configure the settings
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To complete the wizard, tap 'Done'. The Anti Theft will be activated.
Important Note: Upon activation of Anti Theft, all the Anti Theft features will be enabled except Remote Device Wipe and
Remote Capture. You can manually enable these features through Anti Theft Settings. Refer to Configuring Anti Theft Settings
for more details.
To make your device to sound an alarm
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Send an SMS with the following text message to your device from another phone.
alarm#[your Anti Theft password]
Note: Replace [your Anti Theft password] with the password that you specified in Step 1 during Anti Theft activation correctly
Upon receiving the SMS your device will emit a loud alarm at full volume, even if it is in silent mode. Your device will also be
locked. Once you get the device back, you can unlock it by entering your Anti Theft password or the answer for your password
reset security question.
If the device is stolen and somebody has changed its SIM card, the automated SIM card change alert SMS will be sent to your
friend's phone registered as Buddy number in the setup wizard. Now you can send the SMS to this new number to make the
device sound an alarm.
To get the location of your device
If your device is mislaid, lost or stolen, you can get the location of your device with Google map location by sending a remote
command.
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Send an SMS with the following text message to your device from another phone.
locate#[your Anti Theft password]
Note: Replace [your Anti Theft password] with the password that you specified in Step 1 during Anti Theft activation correctly
You will receive a reply SMS in the same phone with the location and a link to Google Maps, showing the location of your device
in Google Maps.
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If the device is stolen and somebody has changed its SIM card, the automated SIM card change alert SMS will be sent to your
friend's phone registered as Buddy number in the setup wizard. Now you can send the SMS to this new number to make the
device send its location.
To remotely lock your device
If your device is mislaid, lost or stolen, you can lock the device by sending a remote command, to prevent it being miss-handled.
Once you get the device back, you can unlock it by entering the Anti Theft password or the answer for the password reset
question.
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Send an SMS with the following text message to your device from another phone.
lock#[your Anti Theft password]
Note: Replace [your Anti Theft password] with the password that you specified in Step 1 during Anti Theft activation correctly
If the device is stolen and somebody has changed its SIM card, the automated SIM card change alert SMS will be sent to your
friend's phone registered as Buddy number in the setup wizard. Now you can send the SMS to this new number to lock the
device remotely.
Your device will be locked and once you get back the device, you can unlock it by entering your Anti Theft password. If you have
forgotten the password, you can unlock it by entering the answer to your password reset question. Tap the 'Unlock by answering
password reset security question link', enter the answer and tap 'OK'.
To remotely wipe all your confidential data from your device
You can remotely erase all the confidential data including stored messages, contacts, call history, browser bookmarks and all the
files stored in your SD card including pictures, music, video etc. The Remote Wipe feature is not activated by default upon
activating Anti Theft.
Important Note: The Remote Wipe feature is not enabled by default on activating Anti Theft. You need to manually enable the
feature through Anti Theft Settings. Refer to Configuring Anti Theft Settings for more details.
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Send an SMS with the following text message to your device from another phone.
wipe#[your Anti Theft password]
Note: Replace [your Anti Theft password] with the password that you specified in Step 1 during Anti Theft activation correctly
If the device is stolen and somebody has changed its SIM card, the automated SIM card change alert SMS will be sent to your
friend's phone registered as Buddy number in the setup wizard. Now you can send the SMS to this new number to wipe the data
in the device remotely.
All the confidential data in your device will be erased.
To remotely take a picture from your device
The Remote Capture feature allows you to remotely take photograph from your missing or stolen device and receive it at your
email, in order to identify the possessor of your device. On sending this remote command, your device will alert the possessor
as if a message has been received, in order to lure him/her to look at the screen. Once the possessor taps the 'Read' button to
view the message, the front camera in your device will be activated to take a photograph of the possessor. If your device does
not have a front camera, the photograph will be taken from the back camera. The picked-up photograph will immediately be sent
to your email address registered in Anti Theft Settings.
Important Note:The Remote Capture feature is not enabled by default on activating Anti Theft. You need to manually enable
the feature through Anti Theft Settings. Refer to Configuring Anti Theft Settings for more details.
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Send an SMS with the following text message to your device from another phone.
takephoto#[your Anti Theft password]
Note: Replace [your Anti Theft password] with the password that you specified in Step 1 during Anti Theft activation correctly
If the device is stolen and somebody has changed its SIM card, the automated SIM card change alert SMS will be sent to your
friend's phone registered as Buddy number in the setup wizard. Now you can send the SMS to this new number to take a picture
of the possessor.
You will receive an email containing the photograph picked up from your device.
To configure Anti Theft Settings
The Anti Theft Settings screen allows you to:
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Enable/disable Anti Theft
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Change your Anti Theft password
•
Re-configure SIM card change alert settings
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Enable/disable the 'Remote Wipe' feature
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Configure Remote Capture feature
To open the Settings screen, tap Settings icon at the top right of the Anti Theft screen.
The Settings screen will open.
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Enabling / Disabling Anti Theft
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To enable or disable the Anti Theft feature, tap anywhere on the 'Anti-theft service' bar to toggle between 'ON' and
'OFF' status.
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Tap on the Activated button in the Anti Theft screen to disable the anti theft feature...
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...and confirm in the Deactivate Anti-Theft dialog.
The green color 'Activated' button in the Anti Theft will now be red color 'Activate' button indicating Anti Theft feature's disabled
status.
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Tap on the 'Activate' button to enable the feature again.
Changing your Anti Theft Password
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Tap in the Modify Password bar.
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Type your existing password in the Enter Your Old Password dialog and tap OK.
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Type your new password in the Password field and re-enter the password in the Confirm Password field.
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Tap 'OK'.
If you want to change the security question and password, tap on the double down arrow in the 'Change Password' dialog.
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Select the new Password Reset Questions from the drop-down button and enter the new password reset answer.
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Tap 'OK' when done.
Re-configuring SIM card alert settings
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To change your friend's phone number to whom the alert message has to be sent, tap on the 'Buddy number' band in
the Anti Theft settings screen.
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Change the phone number and tap OK.
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To alter the SIM card change alert message sent as SMS to your friend's phone, tap 'Modify SIM card change Alert'
band in the Anti Theft settings screen.
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Tap in the text field, edit the message and tap OK.
Enabling / Disabling Remote Wipe
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To enable / disable Remote Wipe feature, tap anywhere on the bar to toggle between 'ON' and 'OFF' states.
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Configuring Remote Capture Feature
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To enable the Remote Capture feature, tap anywhere in the 'Remote Capture' bar and ensure the slider switch shows
'ON'.
On enabling the feature, an email settings screen will appear to configure the email accounts for sending the photographs taken
on successful execution of Remote Capture command.
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Enter the SMTP server name of your email service provider, SMTP Port and your email address in the respective
fields. The same email address will be used for both sender and recipient address for sending the photograph taken
by your device.
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If your SMTP server requires user authentication for sending mails, select the check box 'My outgoing server (SMTP)
requires authentication' and enter your username and email password in the respective fields.
Tip: In most of the cases, your username would be the string that comes before @ in your email address. If your email address
is yourname@example.com, your username is 'yourname'. It may differ depending on the configuration of the mail server.
The table below provides the SMTP server and port for popular mail account types:
Mail Account
SMTP Server
SMTP Port
Requires SMTP
Authentication?
Hotmail
smtp.live.com
25
Yes
Gmail
smtp.gmail.com
25
Yes
Yahoo
smtp.mail.yahoo.com
25
Yes
MSN
smtp.email.msn.com
25
Yes
163
smtp.163.com
25
Yes
QQ
smtp.qq.com
25
Yes
If your mail account is not listed, then you will need to request this information from your ISP/email service provider. You can get
the SMTP address/port by sending an email request their support department. Alternatively, if you visit your ISP’s website and
type ‘SMTP Address’ in their search box it will often lead right to the info you need.
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Click OK to save your settings. CMS will verify your account settings and send a confirmation mail to your mail
account.
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13. CMS Settings and More
In the 'More List' screen you can configure settings such as notifications on blocked calls/SMS, enabling security service and
enabling automatically check the updates using non-wifi internet. You can also update the virus database as well as CMS suite
in this screen manually. Leave a feedback and find out about the CMS version in this screen.
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How to configure CMS settings
•
How to enable / disable security service
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How to leave feedback
•
How to update CMS and virus database
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How to know the CMS and virus database versions in your device
How to configure CMS settings
•
Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap the 'Menu' button located at the top left of the screen.
The 'More List' screen will be displayed.
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Tap anywhere on the Settings bar.
The 'Settings' screen will be displayed.
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Tap anywhere on a setting bar to toggle between 'On' and 'Off' state.
The following options are available in the settings screen:
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Security Service Settings
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Security Service - Enables or disables the full CMS protection for your device.
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Show Icon on Task Bar - Displays or hides the CMS icon on the task bar in your device.
Blocked Calls/SMS Settings
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Notifications on blocked Calls / SMS - Alerts you when you receive calls or SMS messages from a blacklisted number
if this setting is enabled.
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Notifications on potential junk Calls - Alerts you when you receive potential junk calls.
Software and Updates
•
Check the updates - Enables or disables to check for updates when using non-wifi internet. If the setting is on, CMS
will check for udpates (both databases and version) regardless of whether you are using wifi or non-wifi internet (such
as 3G or GPRS). If the button is off, CMS will only check for updates when you are using wifi.
How to enable / disable security service
•
Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
•
Tap the 'Menu' button located at the top left of the screen.
In the 'More List' screen, tap the Security bar to toggle between 'ON' and 'OFF' state.
This is same as the 'Security Service' in the 'Settings' screen and is a shortcut to enable or disable the full CMS protection for
your device.
How to leave feedback
Comodo would like to have your feedback, comments and suggestions about the software. CMS allows you to provide feedback
via email or as text message.
•
Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap the 'Menu' button located at the top left of the screen.
In the 'More List' screen, tap the Feed Back bar.
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Select the mode for providing feedback from the 'Complete action using' screen.
Your feedback and impression about the software is valuable to us.
How to update CMS and virus database
CMS allows you to check if the latest version of the software and the virus database is available.
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Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
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Tap the 'Menu' button located at the top left of the screen.
•
Tap anywhere on the 'Update' bar.
CMS will check and if any new version of software and / or virus database is available, the New Version Available dialog will be
displayed.
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Click 'Yes' to download the software or virus database.
The progress of the download will be displayed….
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...and on successful completion, the successfully updated screen will be displayed.
If the current CMS and virus database versions in your device are the latest, then 'Software is up to date' and 'Database is up to
date' screens will be displayed respectively.
How to know the CMS and virus database versions in your device
•
Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
•
Tap the 'Menu' button located at the top left of the screen.
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Tap anywhere on the 'About' bar.
The 'About' screen will be displayed.
The details of the CMS and virus database version in your device will be displayed in the screen. You can also send an email or
visit our website by tapping the appropriate links.
14. Comodo Battery Saver
Comodo Battery Saver (CBS) makes your Android device last a whole lot longer and slashes how often you need to put it on
charge. The app lets you quickly switch between preset and user customized power saving modes while its intelligent
optimization feature automatically applies energy saving tweaks as your battery moves towards exhaustion. CBS also lets you
disable power-hungry applications with a single tap, generates alerts when the battery needs to be unplugged and gives you a
detailed breakdown of exactly which applications are using the most power.
CBS can be launched from Comodo Mobile Security screen and for the first time the CBS app will be downloaded and installed
in your device.
To launch Comodo Battery Saver from CMS
•
Tap the CMS icon
on your device.
•
Tap 'Tool's tab located at the top or swipe to the left and tap 'Comodo Battery Saver'.
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If CBS is not installed in your device, the download screen will be displayed.
•
Download the application and install it in your device.
Next time you tap the CBS icon in the CMS screen, the application will be launched.
Note: CBS is a separate application and its icon will be available in your device after installation. CBS can also be launched by
tapping the
icon in your device.
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For detailed explanation and help on Comodo Battery Saver, refer to our online guide at http://help.comodo.com/product-174Comodo-Battery-Saver.html
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About Comodo
The Comodo companies are leading global providers of Security, Identity and Trust Assurance services on the Internet. Comodo
CA offers a comprehensive array of PKI Digital Certificates and Management Services, Identity and Content Authentication
(Two-Factor - Multi-Factor) software, and Network Vulnerability Scanning and PCI compliance solutions. In addition, with over
10,000,000 installations of its threat prevention products, Comodo Security Solutions maintains an extensive suite of endpoint
security software and services for businesses and consumers.
Continual innovation, a core competence in PKI and a commitment to reversing the growth of Internet-crime distinguish the
Comodo companies as vital players in the Internet's ongoing development. Comodo, with offices in the US, UK, China, India,
Romania and the Ukraine, secures and authenticates the online transactions and communications for over 200,000 business
customers and millions of consumers, providing the intelligent security, authentication and assurance services necessary for
trust in on-line transactions.
Comodo Security Solutions, Inc.
Comodo CA Limited
1255 Broad Street,
3rd Floor, 26 Office Village, Exchange Quay, Trafford Road,
Salford, Greater Manchester M5 3EQ,
Clifton, NJ 07013
United States
Tel: +1 (888) 266-6361
Tel: +1 (703) 581-6361
United Kingdom.
Tel : +44 (0) 161 874 7070
Fax : +44 (0) 161 877 1767
Email: EnterpriseSolutions@Comodo.com
For additional information on Comodo - visit http://www.comodo.com.
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