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Today, security in mobile is the biggest issue. You want to use the application but do not want anyone to track your personal data like mail, message or call. However, in the way you are creating mobile devices with security, data access is possible only if you give yourself permission. 


But sometimes these apps steal or get permissions from you, and you do not even know. Most people right there instead of reading a long wider notice, they all take advantage of this app maker and start accessing all your data available in the phone. But in the way I'm going to tell, you can easily identify these thief apps. Not only that, you can decide the permissions accordingly. Not only this, through the way we are going to tell you, you can also find out the devices on which your Google ID is integrated.


1.Thief device address



You open your Gmail account on any device and forget it while you do not know that the device stores the password and can be logged again if you do not logout properly. Hackers sometimes take advantage of this If this is the case with you then it is not a matter of panic that you can remotely remove your Gmail account from any device. For this



1. First of all, you have to open your Gmail account on a laptop or computer.



2. Here you will see your picture on the right side, if you have not posted, then the logo of your name will be clicked on it.



3. My account will be written with Blue Background after clicking. You have to click on that. Click here to go to this feature.



Here you will find device activity and security events. Click on it.



5. A new window will open where you will get the option of Recently Used Devices.



6. Right below, there will be a review device's alert and you can click on it to see which of your phone, tablet and computer your Google ID is integrated.



7. The device which is not in your information. They can be remotely removed from here. You have to click on that device and there will be a remover in front.



2. Identify the thief app


Data stealth is through most apps. In this way, you can only know which apps are taking data from your phone in a few clicks. The process is also there. first of all


1. First of all, you have to open your Gmail account on a laptop or computer.



2. Here you will see your picture on the right side, if you have not posted, then the logo of your name will be clicked on it. Click here to go to this feature.



3. My account will be written with Blue Background after clicking. You have to click on that.



4. Here you will find the option of Connected Apps and Sites. You click on it



5. In the beginning you will get an option to connect to an application connected to your account and there will be some list of apps that are accessing your data.



6. Below you will find the Manage Apps. The entire list will come when clicking on it.



7. Remove unwanted applications from here After clicking on the application, the remover's option will be found.