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Find Lost Devices

Apple Devices

There are apps you could download to keep track of your device, but one of the simpler ways is to find you idevice is to use iCloud. In iCloud, there is a feature you can click called “find my iPhone” or “find my Mac”. Both of these services locate your devices using a map. There are even security devices in iCloud that let you lock your device from iCloud.com. The “find my phone” feature or app can also help to find your iPod touch and/or iPad. Using this feature should keep you iDevices close at hand.

Android Devices

If Android devices are more your speed, Google has you covered with their Android Device Manager. To activate this feature, go into the Google settings app and enable the “Remotely locate this Device” feature. This will allow you to find your Android device when you go to android.com/devicemanager. If you want more security, turn on the “Allow remote lock and reset device” feature while you are in the Google settings app.

Doing this will allow you to keep unwanted individuals from gaining access to your device, and even if they do, you can remotely wipe all of the data. Knowing how to do this should now keep you worry free the next time your Android device decides to take an unscheduled trip.