The process is quite simple, and we will outline how to get it done in the generic Android browser and Google Chrome in the next section. For other browsing apps, a search online for videos or documentation will do the trick, but if you at least have a mild hacker’s heart, you could snoop around the settings area of your browser of choice.
First, let’s cover the browser that comes preloaded on Android devices.
- Launch the app
- Tap on menu
- From the menu dropdown, tap settings
- Locate the advanced option and tap
- After launching Chrome, tap the menu icon
- From options displayed, tap settings
- Find and tap on site settings
A Word of Caution
Protecting yourself online is of the utmost importance to any user. Be sure only to visit sites that use the HTTPS protocol as much as possible. Keep an eye out for the padlock sign in the address bar at all times. If a site looks or feels malicious, don’t hesitate to run a review check on Google. There’s a good chance other users might have picked up on something or already been victims. It would be wiser to err on the side of caution than to lose your precious data or have malicious malware on your hands.