OK, now that I have your attention, it's not actually my own computer that was infected, but my mom's.
But I'm still possibly affected, since we share the same Wi-Fi network at home (or am I affected??) and I want to help her and I trust you guys here!
So, her Android system was infected with a Trojan thingy that said action needed to be taken. We shut the computer down and it's remained that way.
: Will hitting the reset button to restore factory settings delete the Trojan? That's what she did right afterwards (nothing else, though, as it's shut down right now).
: If not, what should we do?
: Do we need to change our Wi-Fi network password at all and is it safe for my mom to enter it into the computer again (since she wiped it all after a reset)? In other words, if the Trojan thingy is still on her computer, could a hacker pick up on the password if she types it in now?
: Only my mom's computer uses Android, whereas all other computers in our house are different. But given that she picked up a Trojan and we all share the same Wi-Fi network in the house, would her infection affect any of us?
Thanks so much guys!!!!!!