Some people are worried about misplacing their phone or having it stolen? Remove your fears and set up a tracking system before your phone is getting stolen or lost. You’ll get the best results if your phone is connected to a Wi-Fi signal but GPS and mobile networks will still manage to pinpoint a fairly accurate location. Below are some methods that help you to find your stolen or lost phone:
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1. How to locate your phone using Google
We all know that most of the android phones now come with Android Device Manager built-in. This service will automatically track your phone’s location, so if it ever goes missing you can totally rely on your laptop or a friend’s phone and find its last known location, ring your phone if it’s nearby and you need a hint, or lock and/or erase your phone if you think it’s stolen. You can locate it by logging into your Google account from any computer or even from another phone.
- Open a web browser from a PC, mobile, or laptop.
- Search to android.com/find in the URL of the browser.
- Enter your email address and password (if needed) just as though you were checking your email. If you have 2-step verification set up on your Google account, you’ll need to complete that process as well.
2. How to turn on Find My Device on your mobile
In latest Android mobiles, a shortcut to the Find My Device service is already located in your Settings app, but you might still need to download Find My Device from the Play Store to get it set up. This service has essentially amalgamated with Google to make finding your phone easier. There are a few things that you’ll need to activate.
3. Find Mobile using Google Maps
Open Google Maps on your Laptop or Computer or Some of your friend’s mobile then logged into you Goggle account
If you aren’t logged into your Google Account, click the Sign in button which is present in the upper-right corner of the page, then enter the email address and password for the Google Account that you use on your Android phone of some other phone device.
If you aren’t logged into the same account that you use on your Android device then click the profile icon in the upper-right side of the page, click Add Account, and sign in to your same account which you are using in your phone with your email address and password.
Then click on the upper-left corner of the page. Then click your timeline and this option is available near the bottom of the pop-out menu. Doing so brings up the location history menu. Then select a date. Click on the YEAR box, click the current year then click on the MONTH box, click the month, click the DAY box, and click the day on which your Android went missing. Review Android’s location history. If your Android phone has been turned on and connected to cellular data and/or Wi-Fi, you should see at least one location listed on this page then change the date if necessary. If your Android has been stolen or misplace for more than one day, then click on the DAY box again and select the next day, then review the location history for that day.