Start-up wizard

Once the application is installed, follow the on-screen prompts in the start-up wizard:

1.Tap Language to select the language you want to use in ESET Mobile Security. The language can be changed later in the program's settings.

2.Tap Country to select the country you currently reside in.

3.Tap Accept to agree with the End User License Agreement.
 
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4.Tap Accept in the User consent screen. Some information like device location and visited websites may be shared with ESET.
 
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5.Tap Allow if you want to participate in ESET Live Grid© feedback system. This can be changed later in the program's settings. To read more, visit this section. Tap Decline to disable ESET Live Grid©.

6.In the Allow access screen, review the permissions for ESET Mobile Security and tap Continue. Tap Allow to allow access for ESET Mobile Security. If you tap Deny, ESET Mobile Security will not be installed successfully.

 

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7.In the Select your email address screen, select the email account that will receive ESET license registration, security password reset and Technical Support emails. Tap Next to display the list of available email accounts. Select the email from the list of accounts or tap Add account to add a new email account to your device. Tap OK to continue.
 
To use a different email account without adding the account to your device, tap Next > Cancel. Type your email in the Email field and tap Next to continue.

 

8.ESET Mobile Security is now set up on your device. Tap Start first scan to scan your device for potential threats.

important

Battery protector

Many device manufacturers introduced battery protector or battery saving options in Android 5 and later devices. This feature turns off the Anti-Phishing functionality in ESET Mobile Security when turned on. On devices that have this feature, you will need to create an exception to allow the ESET Mobile Security Anti-Phishing functionality to work with the battery-saving feature turned on. To create an exception, check your device manufacturers documentation.