How to use Google Find My Device | Complete guide

Finding your stolen phone is as easy as remembering the name of this blog. The phone in which you want to track must have the following turned on.

  • Must be connected to WiFI/Data
  • Location must be turned on
  • The phone must be an android phone and be switched on
  • After getting the above done you can followed the Google verified procedure below.
  • Step 1: Check that Find My Device is on
  • If you turned off Find My Device:
    1. Open your device’s Settings app Settings app.
    2. Tap Security & location. (If you don’t see “Security & location,” tap Google and then Security.)
    3. Tap Find My Device.
    4. Make sure Find My Device is turned on.

    If you have a tablet that people share, only the tablet’s owner can change these settings.

    1. Open your device’s Settings app Settings app.
    2. Tap Security & location and then Location. (If you don’t see “Security & location,” tap Location.)
    3. Turn on Location.
    If you hide a device on Google Play, it won’t show in Find My Device. To show a device:
    1. Open play.google.com/settings.
    2. Under “Visibility,” pick the device.
    1. Open android.com/find.
    2. Sign in to your Google Account.
      Note: If this device has more than one user profile, sign in with a Google Account that’s on the main profile. Learn about user profiles.
    3. If you have more than one device, click this device at the top of the screen.

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