In 2013 Google released Android Device Manager, its latest tool which helps the Android users to locate, ring or erase the data on their lost / missing devices with ease. Now, Google has merged this tool to Google search to make your search more easier. Here is how you can locate your missing Android device with Google search.
Google is one of the most popular search engine and has been working to integrate its products into Google search. Now moving in the same direction, Google has integrated its Android Device Managers tool into Google search. So, now on you don’t have to visit the Android Device Manager page to locate your lost Android device. All you have to do is, go to Google search page and type in Find my Phone in it. Here is how you can locate your missing Android device with Google Search.
Find your Missing / Lost Android Device with Google Search
There are few things, which needs to be done before you could locate your Android device using the Google search.
Step 1: Turn GPS on your Android Device
This feature will only work if you have already turned on GPS on your device before losing it. If you have turned on GPS then proceed with step 2. If not, turn on GPS on your device.
Step 2: Sing in to Google Account
Next, you have to sing in to your Google account, which is associated with your Android device.
Step 3: Locate your missing Android Phone
Once you have singed in using your Google account, type Find My Phone in Google search. Now you will see Find your phone screen with a message Locating your Device. Once the device is successfully located, you can see it on the map provided with result. You can also click on Ring button to make your device ring.