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How to enable Android device manager on Android smartphones

By: Samir Makwana, The Mobile Indian, Mumbai Last updated : August 16, 2018 7:39 pm

Enable the new Android device manager feature to locate and keep track of your smartphone.
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Google recently announced a new service - Android Device Manager, which enables locating, tracking and securing an Android device. With this service enabled, the user can locate a lost or stolen device, provided the location services are enabled. As of now, the Android Device Manager service is available only for Android 2.2 Froyo.
How to enable Android device manager
The new Android Device Manager service comes packaged with the new Google Play Store update. Once the Google Play Store is updated; it is simply a matter of enabling the Android Device Manager service. It's a pity that this service has not been enabled by default. Also, the service requires enabling Location services.

Step one
How to enable Android device manager
Open the Settings App and go to the Security option.

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Step two
How to enable Android device manager
Under Security menu, select the option Device Administrators.

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Step three

Enable the Android Device Manager option.
How to enable Android device manager
Ensure that you have also enabled the GPS services from the Location menu option in the Settings app. Then, visit 'www.google.com/android/devicemanager' page for the web user interface of Android Device Manager service.

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