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A Review Paper on SCANDROID and Its Challenges for Smartphone Devices


Kiran Prakash Jaiswal , S S G B C O E T


Scan droid, Operating system, Security, GPRS, Smartphone, Android app, Security Framework, File System, Malware, SMS, 3G, 4G, and PCC


Android Smartphone devices have expanded an approval in current existences. Individuals stay affecting after PC/laptop (Supercomputer) to Smartphone devices. Nowadays Smartphone/ tablets remain essential part of our day-to-day lives later they afford us substantial quantity of facilities. the usage of Smartphone facilities improved expressively since of the connectivity delivered via Smartphone similar WiFi, GPRS, Bluetooth, 3G,4G etc. people are using Smartphone devices comparable computer’s to store specific or trusted data, directing mail, web surfing, social networking, net banking etc. Consequently, Smartphone come to be indispensable attraction of enemies/hackers [2]. Leading enemies are attracted in the expensive private material. In Additional, Smartphone are continuously associated, which sorts them beneficial as bots in hats. Third, Smartphone can show superior Short message to be send (SMS) or SMS that contribute the victim to exorbitant facilities, and therefore straight generate currency for the enemy. It is awake to the Smartphone operating system (OS) to guarantee the safety of the data on the device [3]. an innovative methodology of improved security framework which can be exist cohesive with the remaining Android Security Framework to create Android more protected and to keep track of the files retrieved by one of the susceptible apps downloaded from altered foundations on the web. The suggested improved security framework increases the safety of Android File System by controlling the apps whose performance equals through the malware [4]. improving the wireless power allocation.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV4I80033
Published in: Volume : 4, Issue : 8
Publication Date: 01/11/2016
Page(s): 128-131

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