Android Device Manager Guide

Android users sometimes need to access Android Device Manager for some reason such as when you need to locate your lost device.

How do I use Android Device Manager? Get lucky if you once enabled it you can remotely ring, lock, or erase a lost device as a Device Administrator.
When it interacts with the device using your google account you used when you first setup your smartphone, it’ll get a notification. You can also use Android Device Manager to show your device’s location.

All you need to know about your Android Device Manager. Where is device administrator on Android?
Android Device Manager
Go to 1. Settings 2. Location and Security 3. Device Administrator

For MIUI 8 Users like me

You go to 1. Settings 2. Privacy 3. Device Administrator

To do the following tasks in remotely locking, locating and erasing device data, you need to set up Android Device Manager first.

1. Open your device’s Settings app.

2. Tap Security.

3. Under “Android Device Manager,” switch Remotely locate this device and Allow remote lock and erase on or off.

One may ask if, How do I find my Android phone? Make sure Android Device Manager is on Open your device’s Settings app Settings. First – under “Personal,” tap Google. Second “Services,” tap Security. Under the device manager tap Remotely locate this device and Allow remote lock and erase to switch them on or off.

Only one tablet owner can control this setting, just in case you have another tablet. In case friend lose a device that’s signed in to a Google Account, you can use it to remotely ring, lock, or erase that device. It is a smart idea to enable it, in case you misplaced your device or got stolen.

Important Note: It won’t work for devices that are turned off, or that don’t have a Wi-Fi connection or mobile data connection with an active SIM card.