How Do I Use Android Device Manager?

Android Device Manager is an essential security feature that assists in locating the stolen or lost device. Today, most of the new devices that arrive in the market come packed with service, however, the older ones need manually setting it up. When a device is unrecoverable, the user can choose to remotely lock or wipe the Android device.

#Keep Your Device Updated: 
The 2.2 (Froyo) and later supports Android Device Manager. Besides that, install Google Play Services through the Google Play Store. New Android devices have everything in this section is enabled by default.

#Sign in with your Google account:
In order to utilize this security feature, the owner needs to connect the device to their Google account. Go to the Settings app and in the "Accounts" section. Tap "Add account" and select "Google".

#Activate The Location Services: 
For the device to be tracked and appear on the map in the ADM, have the location services turned ON. Open the Settings app and tap "Location".

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  • Released: 08/06/2018
  • Updated: 01/10/2019



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