Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Google Maps can help you find your phone, whether the smartphone is stolen or not, and learn how it works

Today, the smartphone has become an important part of our lives. Most people spend a lot of time with their phones. But in such a situation, it can be very embarrassing if your smartphone is lost or stolen. Consumers often worry about their data whether the phone is stolen or not. Today we are telling you about a trick with the help of which you can easily find a lost or stolen smartphone.

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Find your smartphone with Google Maps
>> If you are an Android user, the Find My Device feature is available. These features keep track of where and where you are. At the same time, Apple users have a feature called Find My Phone.

To find a missing smartphone with the help of Google Map, you must first have a phone or laptop with an internet connection. Additionally, you need to remember the password and ID of your Gmail account.

First type www.googlemaps.google.co.in in Google. After this Google Maps will open for you.

>> Here you need to enter the Google ID linked to the lost smartphone. After signing in the ID, 3 dots will appear at the top right.

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After clicking on them, you will see your timeline option. After selecting your timeline option, you must enter the year, month and day you want to know the location history. After filling in all the information, you will see your location history.

If you want, you can use this feature in Google Maps on any Android phone. Sign the same map linked to your mobile into Google Maps. The way to use this feature on the handset is also common.

This feature only works if your mobile and its location service feature is online.

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