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If you want to start a scan automatically when a device (or any other removable drive) is connected to a desktop ESET software you can do this there:
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But - you posted this in the ESET Mobile Security part (yes @foneil, I also forgot this at the first view) so we have to see it in a completely different view.

 

@ggen

After long thinking I think know what you mean.

Can you please confirm my assumption?:

  • You selected "Scan at date/time automatic?"
  • And at this time your device is off and so the scan can't run.
  • And now you want that the scan starts if you shut your device on.

If so then this is a good suggestion.

 

See also: My huge ESET Mobile Security Feedback

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You're right rugk, if he means for EMS, then this is true.

Hi, yes i mean for EMS..i want ems scan start when i turn my device on so i don't miss the automatic scan.

Now it doesn't.

Thanks!

I would ask a new question..the rapid scan make control of execution process on the device?

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I would ask a new question..the rapid scan make control of execution process on the device?

Do you mean whether the scan also scans running processes?

If you want to ask this then I think it doesn't do this exactly. But it scans (depending on what scan depth you selected) all apk files and there must be all of the running apks included.

 

Or what else do you mean?

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