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Google Introduces Android Device Manager To Help Track Your Lost Android Smartphone

 


Finally!! , Google has taken a bold step to help android users track their lost android smartphone by introducing a service called Android Device Manager ..

Basically , The main aim of this service is to help android phone owners help track and find their android smartphone whenever it gets missing…Although there are lots of apps on google’s playstore that helps track lost devices , nevertheless , the new Android Device Manager will be useful to the millions of android users and is said to be pre-installed in the upcoming version of android 5.0 ..

Android Device Manager allows users to ring their Smartphone at the full volume even if the mobile is in silent mode, And it will help the to track the phone in real-time on a map and we can wipe personal information and the data on the internal and external memory if you feel that the your office files etc may fall in wrong hand…The Critera For Using This Service Is That your android version must be From Android 2.2.2 Upwards…

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Then you can check in Setting > Security > Device Administrators and Enable The Google Device manager and Soon Google will Update the app to make it easy to use and find it.

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15 thoughts on “Google Introduces Android Device Manager To Help Track Your Lost Android Smartphone”

  1. This is a very welcome feature because theft of mobile phones is rather increasing. Versions lesser than the 5.0 don’t have them, and i recently tried to upgrade to a recent version but my phone ended up going haywire. Thanks for this info

  2. The feature works similarly to other locator services, such as Lookout and Samsung’s Find My Mobile, but you get an app specifically for Android devices. Here’s how to get started with Find My Device.

  3. Enable the settings
    For most devices to work with Find My Device, it will need to be logged into your Google account, online and have its Location feature turned on. Some phones have security features that can prevent the erase feature of the app from working, though. Just to make sure, if you have a newer Android device, go to the Settings > Google > Security. Under the Android Device Manager section, the locator feature should be enabled by default. To enable remote data wipe, tap the slider next to “Allow remote lock and erase.”

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