Find Your Lost Android Phone Without Installing An App

There’s no shortage of apps or gadgets available to track your phone or a lost item, but they aren’t much help if you discover them after the fact. Android Device Manager displays your phone’s location on a map and allows you to remotely lock, alarm and wipe it’s memory to protect your data if it’s been stolen. Andy shows you the simple steps to follow to check that the features are activated on your phone.

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29 Replies to “Find Your Lost Android Phone Without Installing An App”

  1. Mike Watson

    God has always been my help since the past 8 years of marriage but it got to a point and time my wife loosed control and started sleeping out side..i have always wanted to open her iPhone but it has a finger print code so i went online to look for a very good hacker to help me access her phone without her notice then i found this hacker whose email is>>>> KEVINMITNICK7410 @ GMAIL, COM who i saw people posting his great works online so i contacted him and he asked for some simple details and i provided it to him under 24 hours i got access to my wife phone all her applications she uses to chat and her gallery i was able to see all her photos and where she goes to and all then i saw she has a man outside who keeps her company and all i also saw his pics but am so happy this hacker could feed me with what i wanted his really great and this hacker also made the finger print to work for my wife and my finger also indeed this hacker deserve more..thank you Mr Kevin the world needs more people like you!!!

  2. Jaimee Gilmore

    Yes Android Device Manager work if I would have stayed devices turned off like what if they stole the device and its lost battery or its doesn't have any battery left

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  4. John Douglas

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  5. Tom Atencio

    I am very confused. You say there are apps to locate the phone and you then say But It Is To Late To Install Them After The Phone Is Missing. You go on to say do this and do that in Settings then Security… and then if it is missing you can locate it. BUT, isn't is too late to do these steps for the same reason you mentioned about the apps? What gives??

  6. Rohit Sharma

    if your phone is switched off, forget about finding your phone. the mobile companies should give users an option to track their phones. The problem is these companies don't want their customer to find a lost phone or else how would their revenues grow phone.

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