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How To Track Any Android Phone Without Installing Tracking App

If you have (ever) lost your Android smartphone or tablet without having a device tracking app installed? Then you should read this! This could help you to get your precious device back. You can remotely trace your android phone without installing any app(additional app).

There are handful of phone recovery or anti-theft apps on the Google Playu Store which can be a lifesaver in case you lose your phone or, even worse, it gets stolen. But many people might onoly realize that there are such apps AFTER it got lost or stolen. Then it usually is too late and you have to face the ugly truth by saying that the “phone is gone for good”.

How to track your Android phone or tablet after it got lost or stolen!

Don’t burst out in tears. There are still hopes for your phone to find its way back to you!

There are a few ways to remote control and track your phone even if you haven’t installed a recovery app before it vanished.

Let’s have a look at various ways to get your Android smartphone back in hand!

Please follow any of the links to read full post..

  1. Track your lost Android with Android Device Manager or Google Find My Device

 

  1. Remote control and track your smartphone

 

  1. Track your lost Android phone (even if it’s turned off)

 

  1. Use Samsung’s Find My Mobile to find your phone

 

  1. Use Google Photos to find your stolen Android phone

 

FAQ’S

  • Can I still locate my phone if it’s turned off / in airplane mode / the battery is dead?

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  • Can I track my phone if someone made a factory reset?

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  • Can I locate my phone using my IMEI number?

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