Android locator abutments

 

Not everyone knows what Google knows about us , but we all know that our Android devices love tracking us. Don’t get me wrong, giving Google access to your location has actually quite a lot of benefits:

However, you might still want to disable location tracking on your Android device for your own reasons. It’s very simple to do, so let me show you how it goes:

In the Google Settings app select “Location” to get to Android’s location settings (also accessible via Settings > Location). You should now see this screen:

Android locator abutments

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No matter how cautious people are with their electronics and devices, everyone’s endured the awful experience of losing a smartphone — Let’s face it, it happens to the best of us. Whether it occurs after a raucous night out with friends, or you’ve had the unlucky experience of running into a skilled pickpocket, it’s always a drag to reach for your digital friend only to come up empty.

Luckily for Android users, there exists a wide range of applications and programs designed specifically for the tracking down and locating of any lost or stolen smartphone. To help you sift through the sea of available options, we’ve compiled this list of the absolute best methods for finding and retrieving lost Android devices.

Not everyone knows what Google knows about us , but we all know that our Android devices love tracking us. Don’t get me wrong, giving Google access to your location has actually quite a lot of benefits:

However, you might still want to disable location tracking on your Android device for your own reasons. It’s very simple to do, so let me show you how it goes:

In the Google Settings app select “Location” to get to Android’s location settings (also accessible via Settings > Location). You should now see this screen: