Google has updated its Android Device Manager service with supports for Android Wear. This will allow users to find their lost Android smartphone using the smartwatch.
Google has updated Android Device Manager that helps users secure their device. The latest version 1.3.8 enables to add a phone number in the remote locking screen while also letting them change the lockscreen password and set up an optional message.
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Google launched their Android Device Manager at the starting of August. At launch, Android Device Manager had the features to make your phone ring at full volume in case you had misplaced it, to map the location of the device and to quickly erase all the data from phone in case of theft or other situations.
Last week, Google announced that it would be rolling out a service enabling the Android users to track their phone in realtime and keeping the data inside safe and secure. Today, Google’s Android Device Manager has started rolling out and it comes just as a web app. Continue reading “Google Android Device Manager now available, lets you remotely locate and reset your device”
Google has just announced the Android Device Manger, a service that would let you keep your device and the data you store inside safe and secure. This service would let you make your device ring to find it if it’s misplaced and also lets you locate it on a map in real time if you have lost it. This would also let you quickly and securely erase all of the data on your device. Continue reading “Google announces Android Device Manager, a service to find lost phones”