What is Android Device Manager and how to use it FAQ + Video added

No one doesn’t want to lose their phone right? In this current era of tech, mobile companies are giving more focus to launch expensive devic...

No one doesn’t want to lose their phone right? In this current era of tech, mobile companies are giving more focus to launch expensive devices with high quality features. In this situation, it becomes very difficult to keep our phone without being stolen or lost. Nowadays majority of the people are using Android devices. iPhone users has find my iPhone tool which helps to locate their lost iPhone devices . But what about Android users? Well Google has launched it’s official tool called
Android Device Manager which can help us to their track Android devices remotely. In this article, I'm Rohit Sharma going to show you How to use Android Device Manager. So let's start :)

But first of all I wanna tell you, What is Android Device Manager?

What That! Android Device Manager:

Android Device Manager is a free tool by Google which can help us to track and monitor the location of the device remotely. There are three things you can do by using Android device manager.

• Lock
• Ring
• Wipe the data of the phone

Before using Android Device Manager to locate your device, there are the two things you need to keep in mind.

1. Valid connectivity: 

Your device needs to be connected with a working internet connection via mobile network or a WiFi network to locate or trace your device or else you won’t be able to locate your device. If you think your device will be connected to a valid internet connection,then you can try this method.
2. Enable Permission: If you haven’t used Android device manager in your device yet, you must enable the permission to use it remotely. Here’s how to do it.

Go to Google Settings > Security> Android Device Manager in your mobile.

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How To Use Android Device Manager:

There are three method, but I'm only telling you two methods which is very easy.

1. Using Android Device Manager from App:

If you don’t have any Desktop/Laptop then don’t worry. You can use Android Device Manager from someone’s Android Device.
All you need to do is download Android Device Manager App. 

After installing the app, sign-in as “Guest” in the app and it will locate to your Android Device’s location.
After locating the Android device,you can Ring, Lock or wipe your data.

2. Use Android device manager using Android wear:

• If you have lost or misplaced your Android device within a very small range of distance like home or office, you can easily find it by using Android wear. Here’s how to do it.
• Just say “OK Google, Start. Find my phone” or select “Find my phone” from the menu.
• After that, you phone will start ringing at full volume.
According to official news from Google, this feature is rolling out for all Android wear users and you don’t need to do anything to enable this feature.
Tip: If you want to turn off Android device manager and doesn’t want to locate it remotely, just disable “Allow remote lock and erase” in your phone settings.
Some users are complaining that Android device manager is not working properly and they are facing some problems. By analyzing their problems, i have collected  four most FAQ (Frequently Asked Question) and i have added possible solutions. Here are they.↓


1. Android device manager location unavailable:

• Your device may not connected to a WiFi or mobile data. So make sure that your device is connected to any of those connection.
• Your device’s location mode must be in High accuracy mode. If you have changed your location mode to save your battery, you must change it to High accuracy to locate your device remotely. Here’s how to do it.
Go to “settings” in your phone and select
location” . Now select “Mode
After that select “High Accuracy

• You may have the older version of Google Play services. Update it to the latest version.

• Try to clear the cache of the Google play services. Go to settings> apps> Google Play Services and clear the cache and restart your device again.

2. Android device manager no active devices?

Some users have complained that their devices are not appearing in Android device manager’s page. Here are the possible solutions which may help you to solve this.
• Make sure that you are signing-in the same Google account which you are using in your Android phone.
• Go to Google settings> Security in your phone. Now deselect “Allow remote factory reset”.
Now again Go to Settings> Apps> Google Play Services> Clear data.
Now go to Google settings and re-apply “Allow remote factory reset” and restart your device.

3. My phone is not ringing after sending request

Some users have complained that they can locate their device using ADM but their devices are not ringing even after sending request. Here are the possible reason why it may happen.
• You may have weak internet connection.

• Some users have notified that the ring is not working in some devices after the lollipop upgrade. Maybe Google will fix this issue soon.

4. Does Android device manager requires rooting?

No, Android device manager doesn’t requires rooting to locate an Android device.
You can also see this video:

Thanks for reading. Hope everyone is clear about using Android device manager & don't forget to share this helpful article.

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