|Google launches app service to help users find stolen phone|
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Google recently introduced a new tool called Android Device Manager effective help Android users can track phone, your tablet if lost or stolen. Android Device Manager (need 1 activity private website) you can also remotely delete personal information stored on your phone in case you can not find it again.
This service will be deployed by the end of this August. Accordingly, any user of Android, just have one account from Google and Android device running 2.2 or higher, can mark the location of their Android devices on Google Maps in real time. Since then, in case the machine is lost, you can enable the device to ring at the loudest volume. With Android Device Manager, it will always ring even before the phone was set up in what mode (vibrate, not ring ...), to help you easily identify their location. One more option that you can delete all the data on the remote machine in order to avoid data falling into the wrong hands.
Google's new service can say finally meet anticipated Android user to have a tool that helps them more opportunities to get their equipment when lost or stolen. Apple is doing very well this with Find My iPhone app, while Google's partners have also been given the anti-theft solution for Android phones they produce. Sony has My Xperia, HTC each have 1 anti-theft service, but then their service is closed.
With support from devices running Android 2.2 or higher, coverage of services, in theory, will amount to 98.7% of users of this OS. In addition to operating as a website, Google will launch its own Android app Device Manager helps users be more convenient to use. However, the setup application is not required and you can still use Android Device Manager service through normal browser.