Turning on the avt shield protecting Facebook profile pictures is becoming a trend nowadays, it helps you become more special when others visit your Facebook wall. Turning on the avatar protection shield also shows that this is the main Facebook, although the meaning of this feature is not so.
Currently there are many websites that support this but actually take advantage of the user’s token to hijack the account or abuse interaction with the user’s account, you need to pay close attention. So to understand what this feature is, and how to turn on the shield to protect your Facebook profile picture, read this article.
What is a profile picture guard?
Profile picture guard is a protected feature of Facebook for users in India mistakenly restricting the sharing, copying or abuse of users’ images. When using this feature, it is not possible for others to send, share or download a user’s artwork.
When a user turns on the facebook profile picture protection shield, you’ll see a blue shield icon under the profile picture, and when you click, you’ll see that the photo has a blue border.
Is it safe to turn on the Facebook avatar shield?
In terms of “protecting your photos”: practically not, as users have a my myth of ways to get your photo if they want to. It’s as simple as taking a screenshot and cutting it.
In terms of facebook safety: influential, Facebook in Vietnam does not have that feature so users in our country must use tools to support avatar protection shields. The tools will use your token to log in to India and then turn on the shield, you should know that tokens are the reason many people lose Facebook nicks.
But it’s okay, this article will tell you how to turn on the shield to protect your photos and nick is safe.
How to turn on the Facebook avt shield
Steps to turn on the shield to protect your Facebook profile picture safely:
Step 1: Install the Chrome extension.
Step 2: Open the extension and create an app password if necessary.
Step 3: Turn on the shield that protects your Facebook profile picture.
Step 4: Remove the extension and change your Facebook password.
Use Multiple Tools for Facebook to turn on facebook avatar protection shields
Multiple Tools for Facebook is a utility of Mr. Loc Mai (Vietnamese overseas), this method is used as a backup in case J2TEAM Security is not usable. Since I first used J2TEAM Security but was having a temporary error, I found this utility to be usable.
As soon as you install the extension, you’ll see the Multiple Tools for Facebook feature page. Click FREE TOOLS and then select PROFILE PICTURE GUARD.
Moved to the avatar protection shield page, you now click Shield Up. Immediately you shield avatar protection will be turned on, you open your profile to check offline.
If successful, you’ll need to remove the extension and change your Facebook password to keep it safe.
Use J2TEAM Security to turn on the Facebook profile picture protection shield
J2TEAM Security is a tool rated as “safe” by the digital marketing community today, created by Vietnamese people. There are many functions but Hieu only cares about the main function is to turn on the shield.
Once you’ve installed, you’ll be taken to the thank you page, if you turn it off, you’ll see the icon on the top right of Chrome, click to open the J2TEAM Security feature page.
In the menu column on the right, click facebook tools and select Avatar Guard to enter the avatar protection shield.
Switching to a new page, you click on the Enable Profile Picture Guard button. Wait a few seconds to show the message successfully. Then go to your profile to see if you have the shield turned on.
If you’ve succeeded, you’ll go through the last step of removing the extension and changing your Facebook password. Although J2TEAM Security is securely recognized by the community, its view is that it is not recommended to disclose tokens to one party.
How to turn off facebook profile picture protection shield
If you haven’t removed the two extensions that turn on the avt shield, you can go back to the place that was turned on to click on the button to snuse the shield protecting your artwork. If you’ve already removed and changed your password, there’s no need to reset it. Use your phone to turn it off.
Open the app, go to your profile and click on your profile picture. The menu that appears will have the Off Protection of your artwork line, which you click will turn off.
Hieu believes that with the above 2 ways, you will turn on the avt shield and successfully protect your artwork. You also note that Facebook may ask you to change your password. Because the add-on logged nick you to India to turn on the avatar protection shield and Facebook considers it unusual behavior, don’t worry too much.
Update: Currently the new Facebook web interface and Facebook on iPhone will no longer see the shield icon protecting the profile picture. Only the old Facebook web interface and Facebook on Android will see only, in the future Facebook on Android may not be updated. So you don’t wonder why it’s turned on and you don’t see it.