Chrome for Android has forms autofill enabled by default. Despite facilitating the routine when completing parts of website questionnaires alone, experts recommend that the feature be disabled to ensure more security. Available not only in Chrome, but in most browsers, the auto-fill system can be easily bypassed by websites to obtain more information than requested.
In the following tutorial, TechTudo teaches you how to disable Chrome autocomplete on Android to avoid risks. Check out the step by step below and protect your personal data.
Google Chrome settings on Android Photo: Ana Marques / TechTudo
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Step 1. Open Chrome for Android normally and click on the three dots icon, located in the upper right corner, to access the options menu. Then choose the "Settings" option.
Access Chrome settings on Android Photo: Reproduction / Taysa Coelho
Step 2. Now, go to Autofill. and payments. Touch the key next to the Fill form option. automatically to disable it.
Disable the Chrome auto-complete option key on Android Photo: Reproduo / Taysa Coelho
Step 3. The key turns gray, indicating that the feature is disabled. To rehabilitate, just press the option again.
When deactivated, the key for automatic filling will turn gray Photo: Reproduo / Taysa Coelho
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