Most modern smartphones come with advanced technology that makes your life easy and simple. One such technology is GPS tracking. Almost all the Android phones that were released in 2014 or later come with the built-in GPS tracker called Find My Device. This mobile application helps you track the current location of your Android phone easily. It is very useful to pinpoint the location of a stolen or missing device. So, if you wish to set up the GPS tracker on your Android phone, continue reading this page.
Configuring the GPS tracker using the Find My Device app on Android
To use the Find My Device app, you need an active Google account. If you wish to set up the GPS tracker on someone’s Android phone, then check if the Find My Device app is available on their phone. If not, download and install it from the Google Play Store. After installing the app, perform the following step-by-step instructions.
Now, let’s see how to activate and configure the GPS tracking settings using the Find My Device app.
For older versions of Android
For the latest version of Android
There are also some third-party Android apps like Lookout, Prey, etc., using which you can track your Android phone. However, we can’t say they are 100% safe and provide accurate information.
To know more about setting up your GPS tracker on Android, contact us.