Android Device Manager allows users to remotely secure devices


Android users can now lock their mobile devices remotely in case they become lost or stolen.  An article by CNet.com explains the features of Google’s Android Device Manager, which is a service that one can use to locate their lost or stolen mobile device (smartphone, tablet, etc), remotely erase all data on the device, and remotely update the password to secure it.

It is an easy tool to enable by opening the Android Device Manager on your device and these options will be available.  By browsing the Android Device Manager website you can scan for your smartphone or tablet and see options to lock, erase data, and even send a ring to it.  This sounds like a good feature to enable, especially for those who travel frequently and/or rely on their device for day to day communication.

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