Hello everyone, Just some advice if you'd be so kind :)
I'll bold my question, if you'd like to skip the backstory.
So my friend and I both own TCL-Blackberry KeyONE's (and both love them to death).
This phone had its teething issues with build quality, but she was unlucky enough to hit a once-off problem!
The USB-C connector shorted out internally and melted the end of the phone.
Since we're lucky enough to have consumer laws that let us just swap the phone, Question is:
How do we securely wipe an Android phone?
BBOS10 had a "5 pass wipe" option, but I can't find anything in Android.
Are there apps?
Being Android Nougat, I heard about "the whole phone is Encrypted"....?
.... does this mean a factory reset makes it unrecoverable ANYWAY?
What's the go here?