Android find my phone app

 

Google is a digital genie. You type your wishes into a search bar and -POW- there it is, what you are looking for. Now you can even use Google to find tangible objects, as long as the object you are looking for is your Android phone. Just type the words 'find my phone' into any google search bar from your computer and in seconds Google will locate your device on a map and give you the option to make it ring. Nifty.

Android users have been able to find their devices remotely for a while now, but until today you had to log into Android Device Manager on another mobile device or your computer to start your search. I guess this new option doesn't save a ton of time but let's be honest - when your phone is missing, it feels like part of you is missing, so every second counts.

If, after your device is located, you find it is in an unsecure location you can click on the map to be redirected to the full Android Device Manager page where you will find the options to remotely lock or wipe your phone.

Android find my phone app

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By “rooting” we mean the process of widening of in-phone possibilities and gaining access to the Android’s hidden software in order to improve your device experience. The synonym for “rooting” is “hacking”, but the first term is used for dealing Android devices. It is the same procedure and “Jailbreaking” for Apple devices.

In the most cases the rooting process means the modification of the existing system software and adding the new system files. For example, the app called Superuser usually can be set up on your phone or tablet, in order to manage the rooting process. BusyBox application after installation serves as a controller of the system controlling level and its functions. After that the apps and other mobile software can perform “Super User” features and can be used for system management purposes.

Google is a digital genie. You type your wishes into a search bar and -POW- there it is, what you are looking for. Now you can even use Google to find tangible objects, as long as the object you are looking for is your Android phone. Just type the words 'find my phone' into any google search bar from your computer and in seconds Google will locate your device on a map and give you the option to make it ring. Nifty.

Android users have been able to find their devices remotely for a while now, but until today you had to log into Android Device Manager on another mobile device or your computer to start your search. I guess this new option doesn't save a ton of time but let's be honest - when your phone is missing, it feels like part of you is missing, so every second counts.

If, after your device is located, you find it is in an unsecure location you can click on the map to be redirected to the full Android Device Manager page where you will find the options to remotely lock or wipe your phone.