Ask Dave Taylor, a YouTube channel offering consumer electronics and electronics reviews, which also has a Q&A tutorial website that provides online help and customer technology support, has recently answered the question on whether an Android phone stores credit card information. Android devices do store a lot of personal information and that includes credit card info using Google Autofill for the user’s convenience. This means that losing one’s smartphone for whatever reason is worrisome because unscrupulous people who can access the phone may be able to use the saved credit card information.
It is revealed that Google Autofill can monitor a lot of information, from personal information such as name, address, and telephone number to other addresses, such as parent’s house, work address, and more, including passwords and personalized preferences. Checking on the Payment Methods option will show the user what credit card info has been stored in the Android smartphone. Each credit card info that has been stored can be manually removed. When the need arises, adding a payment method can easily be done. The information provided by Dave Taylor enables Android users to identify those cards stored and they can clean it up whenever they want to. But it is also important to note that establishments with online payment-enabled systems may also have copies of the user’s credit card info.
Meanwhile, in addition to the question on whether Android phones store credit card info, some of the latest topics discussed on the Q&A tutorial site include: how to add a Spotify player widget to the Android home screen; a review of the STM Drifter 18L computer backpack; how to use virtual desktops on a Chromebook; the origin of the technology word Bluetooth; how to get BMW Bluetooth to forget a particular Android phone; how to get out of Microsoft Edge in “dark mode”; how to play backgammon on a Linux computer; editing Word documents in Google Docs; how to track the edits, revisions and changes made in Google Docs; how to follow hashtags on LinkedIn; adding or updating a profile photo for Outlook; adding a program to the Windows 10 Start menu; sharing a link to a PayPal invoice with a client; whether it is helpful to create a social intranet for a small business; a review of the AT&T Netgear Nighthawk 5G Hotspot Pro; how to install and use PowerShell on Windows 10; how to use a Facebook image as a desktop wallpaper; tips for properly managing a supply chain; and more.
People who are interested in electronics and technology gadget reviews can also go to the the Ask Dave Taylor YouTube channel. Topics recently discussed in the videos include: a review of the Spigen 70W and 100W ArcStation Pro GaN PowerArc chargers; a review of SIVGA Phoenix wired headphones; a review of AceFast 2-in-1 MagSafe Wireless Qi charging stand; a review of the DSER RoboGeek 21T [R3760] robot vacuum; a roundup of Apple AirPods Pro cases; a review of the Vankyo Alpha X200 TWS earbuds; how to mirror the iPhone display on a Mac; installation and review of Patchworks ITG STEALTH privacy shield for iPhones; upgrading cables instead of buying new USB-C hard drives; installation and review of Ocushield Blue Light + Privacy Screen Protector; review of MobileEdge ECO laptop messenger bag; review of iHome Zenergy Aroma Dream aromatherapy clock; unboxing of Google Pixel 3 XL; checking out the WATCHGANG watch club; unboxing of Amazon Echo Second Generation; review of TopGreener Wi-Fi smart plugs with energy monitoring; review of the FYY supercar and wallet phone cases; review of the Azulle Byte3 fanless mini PC; review of the Olala SG1 wireless sports earphones; review of the Harman Kardon Allure Alexa speaker; review of MyCharge Hub Plus - Lightning + MicroUSB charger; and more.
Those who are interested in learning more about the consumer electronics and electronics reviews and related topics can check out the Ask Dave Taylor YouTube channel, or contact Dave Taylor on the telephone or through email.
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