Use this Safeguard Before Your Android Phone is Lost or Stolen

July 3, 2015 | Views: 5229

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Hi Team,

Here’s something interesting about Android phone security. You can protect your phone as well safely store information inside the phone. It’s possible this information won’t be new for all, but trust me, if you don’t know this, it could be very beneficial.

If your phone has been lost or stolen, you can:

  1. Lock your phone.
  2. Erase all data inside phone.
  3. Ring your phone with it maximum volume level.


Shall we start?…..

Step 1: Easily download the Android Device Manager App from Google PlayStore on your Android phone and register with your email ID. It’s very useful in this case.

Step 2: If your phone has been lost or stolen, search for the Android Device Manager in Google.  It will require your registered email account.

Step 3: Log in using the same email ID of Android Device Manager of your Android phone. With the help of this application, you’re able to see stolen or lost mobile location.


This app gives you three options:

  1. Lock your phone with the help of setting a password.
  2. It can ring you phone with phone maximum volume level.
  3. It can erase your phone data.


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  1. But this is only useful when wifi or mobile data is on. without these this is totally waste of time.

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