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    Google announces Android Device Manager to find your stolen, lost devices

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    Android Device Manager

    To prevent further inconveniences when an Android phone or tablet is stolen or lost, Google will release an app called Android Device Manager later this month. If you lose or misplace your Android handset, this app will allow you to play a sound on the device at maximum volume, even if the device is on vibrate or silent. Similar to Apple’s FindMyiPhone for iOS devices, Android Device Manager will let you find the location on a map. In case you never recover the device, the app will give you the option to completely wipe the device so no one else access your data. The app will be available on Google Play to devices running Android 2.2 or later.

    (Source: Android)

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