How to find lost 🔥🔥 stolen mobile location?

If your mobile has been stolen and you want to track it, then in this post you will get very important information related to searching mobile location. If your mobile is stolen, in this post, we have described it in a very simple way.

Along with removing all the files from the stolen mobile in this post, today we will also know how to find the location of the mobile?

If your mobile is stolen, it is more likely that it can also be misused. So, first of all, I would advise you to turn off your mobile number.

Your mobile number is locked, but all your personal photos, videos, files and documents will still be available in that phone, so they should be deleted as well.

Now suppose all the files have also been removed from the mobile. But still we do not get happiness till we get our mobile back.

If your mobile is more expensive, then report the IMEI number of your mobile to the police station and also get an FIR done in the police station. If you have got the mobile insured, then you can also take its money, talk to the insurance company for this.

Once you should try to find a mobile location, then let us know how to find a mobile location.

How to find mobile location?

How to find a lost / stolen mobile location?

Most people use Android Mobile in India and the method described in this post will work in Android Mobile.

By using the Find My Device service, you allow Google to use location data, device information, and connection events to locate your devices and accessories. Device location is approximate and may not always be accurate.

Finding, locking, or erasing stolen mobiles remotely

  • Be turned on
  • Be signed in to a Google Account
  • Be connected to mobile data or Wi-Fi
  • Be visible on Google Play
  • Have Location turned on
  • Have Find My Device turned on
  • First of all go to Android Device Manager from your PC / Laptop browser. If you do not have a PC, you will need to install the Google Find My Device application on Android phones. Or you can also open the link from the Chrome browser in mobile.
  • Now log in with your Gmail account, remember that you have to log in to the same Gmail account that you logged into your stolen mobile account.
  • If you have more than one phone, click on the lost phone at the top of the screen.
    Now a map will show the current status of your stolen mobile.
  • Remember that Google can only access your mobile location if your stolen mobile has Internet and GPS turned on.
  • On the map, you will get information about where the phone is. The location is approximate but may not be accurate.

Apart from knowing the mobile location, you can also take advantage of other important features, let's know which feature it is. All these features can also work only when internet is turned on in your mobile.

Play Sound: Ring your phone for 5 minutes, whether set to silent or vibrate. With the help of this option, your mobile will start ringing wherever you are.

Secure Device: Locks your phone with a PIN, pattern, or password. If your phone does not have a lock, you can set. With the help of this you can lock your mobile. To get your phone back, you can add a message or phone number to the lock screen.

Erase Device: Permanently deletes all of your phone's data (but cannot delete the SD card). Once erased, the Find My device will not work on the phone. Do not use this option unless it is needed. I am saying this because using it removes everything from your mobile, you can use this option when you feel that it is difficult to get your mobile back.

Important: If you receive your phone's data after it has been erased, you will probably need your Google Account password to use it again.

So friends, today we learned in this post how to get information about mobile location. You can find out the location of your stolen mobile, delete all the data from the mobile, ring the mobile and lock the mobile. You can do all this work from your home for free.

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