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How to Activate Webroot Mobile Security?

by grace edens (2022-01-07)

As it comes to protecting computers from all the different types of malware, spyware, Trojans, and viral attacks, the first thing that comes to mind of the person is to have a security providing software program installed on the system, there are many brands that are offering various software programs that have been designed with the assigned task of keeping the computers and the devices well protected.

But out of those, all Webroot is the one that is most preferable, it is so because the software is really easy to be installed also the user interface design of the software is such that the further using of the software program is easy to be understood, also it is preferred by people because protection provided by Webroot is not just limited to Windows or the computers we can say, the software program is also well compatible with all the other typed of devices and operating systems as well, but as the users are not from proper technical backgrounds therefore they are often seen struggling with some of the basic Webroot procedures, here in the blog we will see the process to be followed for Activating Webroot Mobile Security.

If the user is using Webroot on mobile for the first time then for the activation the user should follow the steps given below:

  • During the setup of the Mobile security, the user should click on the hamburger icon given in the top right corner

  • Next, the user should enter the email address

  • In the next step, the user should get the password created and verified

  • After that, the user should choose the correct country

  • Next, the customer should accept the license agreement

  • After that, the customer should click “continue”

  • In the next step, the user will be asked to enter a phone number but that would be optional

  • On the device admin setup screen, the user should choose “activate”

If in case, the user is already using Webroot and needs to get it activated on mobile now, for the safety and security of the device, then in that case for the process of activation the user should follow the given steps:

  • The customer should enter an email address

  • Next, the user should enter a password

  • The user should then enter the correct name of the country

  • Next, should accept the license agreement

  • After that, the customer should click “continue”

  • If the user feels like, then should enter a phone number

  • For the already existing Webroot account, the user should enter and verify the PIN

  • Next, the user should click “continue”

  • On the device admin set up screen the user should choose “activate”

So, this is how the user can get the Webroot antivirus software program activated on mobile, if even after the guidelines given here the user gets stuck with the process of activation then for more help over that or for help over any other problem related to Webroot antivirus software, the user can get in touch with the experts at Webroot Phone number, the user can also ask for the needed help of the experts through the option of live chats and emails. The user can be sure of getting the most instant as well as the most accurate solution for whatever issue has to be resolved, Webroot will then be working very efficiently and all the data and the information stored in mobiles and other such devices will hence remain very safe and secure.  There is no such issue related to the software program that the expert may fail to resolve they are all very well trained, certified, and are also highly skilled. visit

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