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Google can now help find your phone - #findphone

Google has always helped you find information that you are looking for, now this is taken to a next level. If you have an android smartphone and have any time logged in to your Google account, then Google can help you track your phone. Google has introduced a new feature that allows Android
users to simply type ‘find my phone’ into a Google.com search box to find their smartphone.

This works as long as you are logged in with the same Google account that is registered on their smartphone. Google uses a feature available in the Android Device Manager, which is already installed on your Android smartphone.

So, if you've lost a device, Google uses the Android Device Manager to find its approximate location on a map and when it was last used. When the Android Device Manager locates your device, that device will get a notification. Once you locate your device, you can remotely ring, lock, or erase data in it using Android Device Manager.

Before you can use Android Device Manager to locate your device, make sure your device's location access is turned on and be signed in to your Google Account. Android Device Manager won't work for devices that are turned off or that don't have a mobile data or Wi-Fi connection.

So give it a try.. go to Google.com and sign in, then search ' find my phone ' or alternatively click here for a quick Google search. Don't forget to try the 'Ring' option too.
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