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Monday, 18 September 2017

How to recover your lost or�stolen phone


By: Okereke Ifeanyi ifetex | Time: September 18, 2017 | Label: |



If you recently lost your Android phone , then we’ l
help you locate your lost or stolen Android phone .
This tutorial will show you how to locate the recen
location of your lost or stolen Android phone , how
to delete contents of the phone , how to lock up th
phone so that someone else cannot access the
phone , and finally how to make the phone ring out
loud . In this tutorial, we’ ll show you how to track
the most recent location of your lost or stolen
Android phone using a Google web application calle
Android Device Manager. You can either access
Android Device Manager from web browser or by
downloading the app. This post will show you how
perform the following 1. Locate your Android phone
2. Wipe the phone contents 3. Make the phone ring
out loud 4 . Lock the phone so that someone else
cannot access it . How To Locate Your Lost Or
Stolen Android Phone Location data from your
devices will be collected and sent to Google . Devi
location is approximate, and may not always be
accurate. – Open the Android Device Manager app
from your Android device or try using Firefox or
Chrome browser to visit the website HERE – Now
login to your Google account associated with the
lost or stolen Android phone . – Accept the terms
service and you are on . You ’ll see a map of the
last known location of your stolen Android phone
with the name of the device . Here are some things
Android Device Manager can do 1 . Display a map o
the last known location with the name of the stolen
device . 2 . Provide functionality to make the stole
or lost phone ring with directives to stop the phon
ringing after found . 3. Allow you to remotely lock
your stolen device 4. Allows you to erase the
contents of the phone How To Make The Stolen Or
Lost Android Phone Ring With the Android Device
Manager , you can set the lost or stolen device to
ring even if it is on silent or vibration . – Tap the
Ring icon – After that , tap the Ring button and yo
stolen or lost phone will begin to ring until you fin
it and press the power button to make it stop . Ho
To Remotely Lock Your Stolen Android Phone After
locating your lost or stolen phone , you can aso
remotely lock it to deny access to unauthorised use
. – Tap the Lock icon – Enter Password, a messag
to the person with the phone , and alternative phon
number to contact you with . This information will
help the person to contact you and return your
phone . How To Erase Your Stolen Phone Contents
after searching for the missing or stolen phone an
you still haven ’t found it , then it will be wise to
erase all your data on the lost or stolen device . If
you didn ’ t set screen lock on your missing or
stolen device , then that means the person now ha
access to your social media accounts ; it will be
wise to erase the phone . This should be your last
resort as this will reset the phone to factory
settings. – To erase your stolen or lost phone dat
tap on the Erase icon – You will get a notification
that the phone will reset to factory settings . –
Confirm the reset to wipe your lost or stolen phon
data and the phone will reset. I hope you enjoyed
this tutorial , DROP YOUR COMMENT PLEASE .




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