You Can Now Use ‘Find my Phone’ via Google

By admin | Published May 27th, 2015

If you’ve got an Android device you’ve got something new to be a little less worried about. Google has just announced a brand new feature that allows you type ‘Find my Phone’ into the Google search engine and bring back location results for your handset.

By typing in the phrase “Find my Phone” and searching for it on Google, the Android device manager will pop up.

This will then allow you to locate a phone of your choice, so long as it is tied to your Google account you are currently logged in to. When you first set up the service you will need to sign back into your account for validation purposes.

Once you are signed back in, you can get an exact location of your phone through Google maps, and you can even choose to lock it up and erase data.

If you are in the radius but still can’t find it, the call feature will dial your phone so it starts to ring. If you need unlock codes for your smartphone just visit here!

This new Find my Phone feature is definitely something that adds a bit more security to owning an Android device. So long as your smartphone is turned on you’ll have constant updates of your phone’s location.

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