How to Get Rid of Fake Google Virus Warning on Phone

To get rid of fake Google virus warning on phone, you can block site pop ups on your device. Go to site Settings and access Pop-ups and redirects. Deactivate the toggle switch so that whenever you visit a website with auto pop ups and window redirects, it will be blocked. 

You might get window pop ups saying that your phone is infected with a virus while browsing a website on your phone. This includes but not limited to spam pop up appearing on iPhone and may have one of these popup messages : “Your iPhone has a spyware.” 

It could also be “Your iPhone has been infected by a virus. Your credit card information might be at risk popup on iPhone. Your webcam could be accessed remotely by a stalker popup message on iPhone. FBI or NSA or CIA error popup”. 

These messages are actually a phishing method used to gain site visitors. They are mostly used by websites who use spamming services. While this might put your guard up, there is nothing to worry as iPhone’s are usually immune to virus messages. 


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If it keeps showing on your phone, I have provided a step by step procedure below so that you can follow them.

Solution

If you suddenly get a popup on your iPhone 6s or 6s plus telling you to call a certain number, warning you that your iPhone is at risk, please DO NOT call the number at any moment.

This is a spam popup originating from Safari, and we will show you exactly how to get rid of it. There is nothing infected or wrong with your iPhone, and removing the spam popup is very easy.

    • Turn OFF your iPhone 6s by holding down the Home and Power button at the same time for 5 seconds.
    • Once the iPhone is OFF, you can power it back ON.
    • Go to Settings > Safari.
    • Scroll down and tap on Clear History and Website Data.
    • Turn off your iPhone, then turn it back on again
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  • The spam popup should now be completely gone and you should be able to use Safari with no issues.

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