Google has its own tool for finding lost Android

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There is a scene that is repeated every day. You sit on the couch with your mobile and it disappears into the cushions, or you rush to work in the morning and do not know what part of the house has left mobile.

Android Device Manager

In late August Google will release a tool to facilitate the search for a device. Its Android Device Manager, a tool that comes a little late from the hand of Google as there are in Google Play several applications focused on these actions.

Through Android Device Manager you can call your phone at the highest possible volume to find, if you left it in a nearby room or have fallen through the couch cushions. The buzzer will be activated even if the phone is in ‘silence’ mode.

However, if the mobile or tablet is not close and can not hear, the application will show you a map to locate the device in real time.

It also incorporates the function of protecting the data you have saved your mobile if it was stolen. For example, if lost with no way to recover it, or have it stolen, the “app” to erase everything on the phone so it will not fall into the wrong hands.

This service will be available later this month on devices with Android 2.2 or later, to use it, user must be connected to a Google Account, also need to be signed in to your Google account.

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