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Now your Android is a security key

You can now use your Android device as a security key to protect your accounts from phishing. See how it works and learn more in this video article.

Security keys

Security keys can be used as part of a two-step verification process which gives you better protection against hackers trying to get access to your accounts.

Now you can set up your compatible Android device (Android 7.0 or higher) built-in security key to help you sign in on a nearby computer.

Getting started

There are also some requirements on the computer you’re using to set up your security key. It will need to have Bluetooth, a compatible browser and a compatible operating system.

How to get started: Use your Android device’s built in security key

See the video on top of this page where Christiaan Brand, product manager on the Google Cloud Security team, explains why protecting your identity is top of mind for Android.

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