Find Lost Android Phone By Using These Methods

There are dozens of ways and apps out there to track your lost Android phone but here we will talk about some of the most popular and effective ways.

Our Android phones are not just a mean of communication but also bears our most personal information. Therefore, if we lost our phone, we will lose more than just a phone. However locating your lost Android phone is far easier as compare to tracking anything else in the past decade. There are dozens of ways and apps out there to track your lost Android phone but here we will talk about some of the most popular and effective ways.

 

If your Android device is somewhere you cannot find, most probably it has been stolen. Don’t wait too long to take any measure for tracing it out By using the methods below, you would not just eliminate the risk of your phone theft but also will secure your highly sensitive information. Following are some of the most efficient ways of finding lost Android phone & devices. Check also: Unlock Android pattern lock

 

Get the help of Lost Android App

Getting the help of Android itself will increase your chances of tracking your phone enormously. To use this app, you first need to download Lost Android app and have to follow the instructions given below.

Send text message to the stolen device that would be “androidlost register”. And now go to the official site of Lost Android as you will automatically be registered after the app has downloaded. Sign in into your Google account there using email id of stolen device. Once you are logged in, you will be shown the location of your lost device on a map. Simple as that !

This method is highly precise and secure at the same time because tracking your phone will be of no use if the details of yours Google account are provided to unknown third-party. As for most Android users, the significance is of the digital content available in the device is far more than the phone itself.

Getting the help of Android itself will increase your chances of tracking your phone enormously.

Lost Android
Lost Android
Developer: Theis Borg
Price: Free+

Use Google photos to track your Android

This is another novel way of tracking your Android device. You just have to enable the option in the Google photos that transfers every photo taken from your phone to your Google account. So if someone takes a photo from your stolen phone, you would know it. And it is not just a photo but the location Google will provide you with, from where the photo has been taken. Read also: Backup Android to PC

Go to photos.google.com and sign in using your Account. Using this method to locate lost Android will require an active internet connection to your lost device and the condition where the person who has stolen your device should take a photo from it.

Download Prey Anti Theft

Prey Anti-Theft can help you to locate your Android phone from a web panel that you can use on any device connected to the internet. You can keep track of more than one Android device but for that you have to register it on your Prey Anti-Theft account. It will keep track of your device’s location all the time and even it is lost or stolen to know where it is you just need to login to this web panel.

It is not just limited to the location but you have also access to the data collected from your stolen phone. Obviously this can give you a better idea of who has stolen it and where it is now. Use GPS system of your device along with it get access to the after theft photos taken from your phone. It may bear the face of thief and this might be a unique approach to trace out your device.

Use “Google find my device”

It is one of the most effective and at the same time simple way to locate your Android device. Just login to the Google Find My Device website and put details of stolen phone’s Gmail account there. If your device was registered with Google and currently has the access to the internet, you would locate your Android with just a snap of finger.

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Tracking it with Google is quite simple. Here how you will do it. After logging to the Find my device, you will go into Find My Device option. There in the map, you will see where your device currently is.


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