A Norton rep (on a chat) told me to reinstall the app and then Pull Down (with finger on screen, I assume)
to start a “full scan”. I did the Pull Down, but nothing happens.
I don’t see a button for any type of scan. I see lots of options for identity theft, etc. but what I want to do is
run scans on SPECIFIC files. I had some MP3 files that played, but now don’t. I want to scan them for viruses.
Windows 10 Defender used to let me do that. Then I got hacked on Windows, and a device was destroyed.
Done with it.
I’m on iOS 16.6 with an iPad Pro (gen 2) and iPhone SE (2020).
I want to install Norton on my gen 4 iPad Pro. I’m afraid if I put my Apple ID on it (from current iPad
which may have virus/es) that viruses could be installed from iCloud.
Is there a procedure to avoid this? (Or better to scan files now before installing Norton on the newer iPad.)
Seems like these steps should be documented somewhere.
I did a partial configuration of the new iPad, but haven’t put my Apple ID on it.
Should I install Norton first, and then my Apple ID? But how would I
get Norton to run without the license—which it gets from my Apple ID? Or can I use a product code?
(Is that what they’re called? I have too many terms floating around me now.)
Thanks in advance!