How to Find a Lost Silent Android Device at Home or Anywhere

Sometimes we forget to remember where we kept our android devices when we are home and then we go through unnecessary trouble of finding them. Well, a simple call can easily help you to locate your Android phone, but what if your phone is in a silent mode or if it’s a tablet device without any cellular connection? It will be a big task to find out your Android device

How to Find a Lost Silent Android Device in Home or Anywhere

Fortunately, with the help of Google’s Android device manager you can easily locate your phone if it is connected to your home WiFi network or even a data connection. So today in this Howto Tech guide we’ll tell you how you can easily locate your lost Android devices at home or anywhere with the help og Android Device Manager.

Locating a Silent Android device using Android Device Manager

  • Step 1: Visit www.google.com/android/devicemanager from your desktop browser and login with the Google account that is associated with your android device.
  • Step 2: Once you login, you can see a list of all the devices that are associated with your gmail account.
  • Step 3: Select any lost device and click on the Ring button.

How to Find a Lost Silent Android Device in Home or Anywhere

After few seconds your android device will start ringing at its full volume despite of it being silent. Listen to your android device ringing and easily locate it. Android Device Manager is also available as an app from the Google Plays Store. For those who want to access android device manager from an app, you can get it from the Google play store link.

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