Android Device Manager begins rolling out, allows you to find your lost phone


The new Android Device Manager that Google announced last week is making its way to phones. The feature allows you to find the location of your phone (accurate to 25 meters), ring your phone at maximum volume (even if it’s set to silent), and wipe your device clean if you still can’t find it.

The service is available on devices running Android 2.2 or higher, and you obviously need to be signed into a Google account. In the future, Google says that there will be Android app to easily manage and find your devices. You can try out the new service via the source link below.

Source: Android Device Manager
Via: +Android

  • Gevorg Papikyan

    Is it possible to locate my SII stolen in April? It appears in google dashboard but doesn’t exist in Android Device Manager.