How to fix android device manager location not available. Android device manager is Google locator tool.
To you use it, your device must be switched on, connected to the internet and it must have installed Google your account. What if it says android device manager location not available?
On your Android device, go to the Google Settings application, then tap on Android Device Manager. The locator feature is enabled by default, but to enable remote data wipe, tap on the box next to “Allow remote factory reset,” then tap “Activate.”
Maybe you haven’t enabled your device manager. You can follow our detailed guide setting up Android device manager, from our previous post. Now let’s fix Android device manager location unavailable.
Simple method on how you can fix Android device manager location unavailable.
The android device that you are currently using must have internet data or wifi connection and also location set to “High Accuracy Mode” even though you may be using Mobile Data. Then go to Settings > Click Locations > Mode > and select High Accuracy.
First of all, update your google play services to its latest version, then
1. Go to Settings
3. All Apps
4. And Google Play Services.
After you update Google Play Services reboot your phone. Once your phone is back,
1. Go to Settings
2. Apps and find Google Play Services
3. Click on it and Clear Data and Cache
4. Start Device Manager and try it again.
That should fix your Android device manager location unavailable
Since Google added Android Device Manager tool due to security reason. Your Android smartphone will also be able to do security tasks like changing password and wiping data from Android Device manager.
Also it can change the Lock Screen pass the Password, PIN, Pattern Lock. It can also do factory / Hard reset
If your device is connected to the internet and you have an installed Google account on it, then there shouldn’t be any problem doing all these security tasks, especially to your smartphone security. Therefore, setting up anything else, first enable your Android Device Manager. A smart wise move to protect you personal data in case something could go wring in the future. So be be safe than sorry.