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Android Device Manager

Android Device Manager - An Android phone can use its own device manager function for positioning. To use the device manager service, you need to install the Google service framework on the phone (you can search in the application market) and log in to your Google account.

Find the "Google Settings" app in the Google services app, select "Android Device Manager", check "Remotely locate this device" and "Allow remote factory reset". Once the phone is lost, open the Android Device Manager webpage to remotely control the phone.

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There is no need to use the Device Manager to change resource settings, as the system automatically allocates resources during the hardware installation process. Use Device Manager to manage only devices on the Local Computer. On a Remote Computer, the Device Manager will only work in read-only mode, at which time the hardware configuration of the computer is allowed to be viewed, but the configuration cannot be changed.

In addition to the general hardware information, you can use the device manager to further understand the motherboard chip, sound card, and hard disk operating modes. For example, if you want to check the working mode of the hard disk, just double-click the corresponding IDE channel to pop up the property window. In the property window, you can check the device type and transmission mode of the hard disk. These are not provided by the startup screen.

At present, all Android mobile phones have a positioning function. This positioning refers to positioning through the mobile phone's GPS or mobile network. Android mobile phones can use their own device manager functions for positioning. The steps are as follows:

1. To use the device manager service, you need to install the Google services framework on your phone (you can search in the app market) and log in to your Google account.

2. Find the "Google Settings" app in the Google services app, select "Android Device Manager", check "Remotely locate this device" and "Allow remote factory reset".

3. Once your phone is lost, open the Android Device Manager webpage

4. You can see the "Position" in the upper right corner of the white box, and the "Ring" and "Lock and Clear" functions below. Click the corresponding button to perform the corresponding operation.

5. The premise of the corresponding response of the mobile phone is that it can access the Internet normally through Wi-Fi or mobile data connection. Therefore, if the mobile phone is offline, the related operations will continue to be performed after the mobile phone is online.

6. Tap the ringtone and the phone will ring for 5 minutes with the maximum ringtone. However, the user can turn it off by clicking the power button. This design is really speechless. It should be forced to ring!

7. Using the remote lock function of Android Device Manager, it will overwrite all the existing passwords in your phone, making it impossible for thieves to enter the system.
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