I've found several obsolete answers, but this question about situation nowadays:
What's the most robust solution to have the device (Android 4.2-based) protected?
- Turn on device encryption (there is only built-in storage, no SD-cards)
- Set up password
But it's all makes not much sense without wiping the data after 10 (or so) wrong password inputs (like iOS does).
So any solutions to wipe after brute-force attempts nowadays?
I've found there is a method in the API
setMaximumFailedPasswordsForWipe() but is there a User Interface that calls that method?
Hm, I'm surprised that people don't care of security much, hmmm. That's curious