FIND LOST SMARTPHONE USING GOOGLE’S ANDROID DEVICE MANAGER
If you are unable to Find lost Smartphone and you haven’t loaded any app into your smartphone then you need not to worry as there is one method using which we can find your lost Android smartphone and that is by using Google’s Android Device Manager. If your phone is stolen or you have misplaced it anywhere in your home you can use Google’s Android Device Manger to find it.
Find lost Smartphone
All the Android smartphones come with Google Play installed in it. When you use Google Play for the first time on your Android smartphone or even on your tablet, Google installs Android device manager in your smartphone or tablet without your knowledge.
HOW TO ACTIVATE ANDROID DEVICE MANAGER
Follow the steps below to activate Android device manager on your smartphone or tablet.
Go to Settings
Then move to Security
Then move to Device Administrators
You will see some apps there and the first one would be Android Device Manager
Tap on it and Activate it
Once you have activated Android device manager on your smartphone, you need to go to your web browser and follow the steps to find your lost Android device.
Visit the Android Device Manager by clicking on this link
You will see a login page.
Now login with your android mobiles Gmail account.
Now you will have three options there.
This feature will ring your smartphone at fill volume for 5 minutes even if it is silent. Unfortunately the device won’t ring if it is switched off.
This feature will lock your Android smartphone and will be provided a new password to access it. You can set your desired password on your lost smartphone.
Using this feature all the data which is present in your Android smartphone will be deleted which will include images, music or other files. However it won’t delete the contents of your SD card and Android device manager won’t work once you have erased all the data. It will Factory reset your smartphone.