Wednesday, 1 June 2016

How to track stolen /lost sumsang Galaxy S5 and S6

Using Android Device Manager To Find Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S5.
The best option when it comes to finding your lost or stolen Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge is to properly register and accessible via the Android Device Manager. Google released this software back in 2013, and they have used the software to make sure nearly every modern Android device is equipped with it. Many devices come with the feature enabled out of the box, but you will want to double check.
You can set up Android Device Manager on the Galaxy S6 by going to Settings > Security and Screen Lock > Device Administrators. The exact location and name of the menus might differ from phone to phone, so poke around. From here, simply check the box that says “Android Device Manager.”



Find Your Lost Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S5
When you go to use the Android Device Manager with another device to find your Galaxy S6 that is lost or stolen, you need to go to the Android Device Manager page and track your Galaxy S6. The Android Device Manager uses GPS to track the location.
From here the GPS locate button will track the lost or stolen device for you. Google warns users to never try and retrieve a lost device themselves, and to contact the police. It’s important to note for this feature to work, the Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge must be contacted to a WiFi network so the GPS location can be tracked.

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