Do you know about your mobile phones that there is an awesome feature called Find My Device in your all android device? Using this option you can ring your phone at full volume for 5 minutes, even if it’s set to silent or vibrate.
What if you lost your Android smartphone in your house or you misplaced it? Tracking it by location probably won’t help you here, but there’s another nice feature built into ADM that will help you find it. From the Android Device Manager page on your computer, simply press the big Ring button, and your phone should begin to blare, even if it’s in silent mode.
Steps to find your misplaces phones
- Launch web browser from another device and navigate to Google
- Type “Find my Device” android in the Google search bar. Tap on Android Device Manager (usually the first option in the search).
- Enter your email address and password just as though you were checking your email but with the same credentials that are you are logged in the misplaced mobiles.
- If you have 2-step verification set up on your Google account (and you most certainly should), you’ll need to complete that process as well.
After logging into the Find My Device you can Ring your phone so that it makes noise (even if you had it on silent). This feature is helpful if the map indicates that the phone is within earshot and you simply can’t see it.
If you want to know more details about Find My Device option then click here. It will help you to let through this awesome feature provided by Google.
Please keep in mind if you are trying to locate your phone with Android Device Manager and it doesn’t seem to be working, the most likely cause is that your phone is not currently connected to Wi-Fi or an available network. In this case, it’s important to keep trying; the moment your phone does make that connection, it will appear on the map.
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