It’s the worst feeling in the world. When you get up to make a phone call or get online or something, and… nothing. Your phone is nowhere to be found. Did you leave it in the car? Did you leave it on the charger? Did you leave it at work? Did you check your pants pockets? You have to turn the house upside down to find a missing phone, because once you’ve lost your phone you can’t rest until you find it again. However, if you’re an Android user, then you’re worrying over nothing. You can now use Google to find your Android phone.
It all goes back to Android Device Manager, which was added to Android operating systems back in August 2013 with Froyo. All you have to do is get to a computer, sign into your Google account, and then type “find my phone” into your Google search bar. If your phone is nearby, Google will make it ring. If it’s not close, Google will show your phone’s location on the map for you to find it. If for whatever reason your phone cannot be found, you can safely wipe all your information from the phone to protect your personal facts from the consumption of unwanted persons.Technorati Tags: android, android device manager, finding a phone with google, google, google to find android phone, googling android phone, phone finder, use google to find your android phone