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You may not know the importance of securing your phone until you probably loose it.
Android  has made it easier  to track and monitor  your  phone remotely  from  any location with android system Device  Manager.

In case you lose your Android phone or tablet, you can use Android Device Manager to:
Tip: You can also link your phone to Google so you can find or ring it by searching for find my phone on www.google.com and that's awesome! 

In this tutorial,  we will learn how to track any android  smartphone with the default Device  manager in the following steps.

Step 1: Connect your google account to your device  by adding your google account in account manager.

Step 2:
Before you can use Android Device Manager, you need to make sure it's turned on and that your device is associated with your Google Account.
If you have a tablet with more than one user, only the tablet owner can control this setting.
Go to settings  and tap "security" on your device.  Under "Android Device Manager," switch Remotely locate this device and Allow remote lock and erase on or off. 
Note: If you want to use Android Device Manager, make sure to sign in to your Google Account on your device.

Step 3:
To use Android Device Manager, you need to have location access turned on.
If you’ve turned it off, here’s how to turn it back on:
  1. Open your device's Settings app Settings.
  2. Scroll down and tap Location.
  3. At the top, tap Off to switch to On.
  4. Got it! 

Step 4:
After you turn on Android Device Manager, check to make sure that it's working properly. Sign in to your Google Account on android.com/devicemanager and check whether your device shows up.
Don't see your device? Make sure that you're signed in to your Google Account, your location settings are on, and that you've turned on Android Device Manager in Google Settings.

If you hide a device on Google Play, the device won't appear in Android Device Manager. To unhide devices:
  1. Open play.google.com/settings.
  2. In the "Visibility" column, select a device.
Hope this helped. Enjoy. 

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