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In order to proceed, make sure that your device is unlocked and that you're on the home screen
Once you're on the home screen, swipe your finger down from the top of the home screen in order to bring down the notification panel
On the top right-hand corner, find and tap the gear-shaped icon
This will bring you into "Settings". In "Settings", locate the top four menu options: "Connections", "Device", "Controls", and "General".
Scroll down until you find "Security"
Scroll down until you find "Security update service"
In "Security update service", there are "Security policy updates" and "Send security reports".
Tap once on "Security policy updates"
You can tap on "Check for updates"
This will allow you to check for updates manually.
You can also check "Automatic updates"
This will automatically check for updates through preferred networks.
Now, press the back button
Make sure that "Send security reports" is checked
"Send security reports" will send reports to help evaluate threat analysis on your device.
Check "I acknowledge that I have read..." if you have read and agreed to the policy.
The following message will pop up: "Security reports will be sent to Samsung automatically. To stop sending security reports, turn off Send security reports in Settings > General > Security."
Now your device is secured. Periodically, there will be reports about threat analyses.
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