Google can track Android phones when they are turned off

April 13, 2024 20:19
Google can track Android phones when they are turned off

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Google can track Android phones when they are turned off:- Google understands that people have one or two devices that are difficult to track. For this reason, the company has released a new version of his Find My Device. This version also supports tracking your phone even when it is turned off or your phone's battery is empty. More importantly, Android users using other devices can also monitor items paired with the Bluetooth tracker, such as keys and luggage, and find them in their rooms. These changes will be coming to Android in the coming weeks, or sooner. If you have an Android smartphone running version 9 or later, the new Find My Device network works. Google is currently offering it to people in the US and Canada, but plans to add more in the future.

Find My Device (FMD) can now take advantage of available technology to track devices such as Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro models. Thanks to special Pixel hardware, you can find these phones even when they're turned off or have an empty battery. We hope this technology will eventually be available on other devices, making this feature even more useful for millions of Android users. Android now supports more third-party trackers. In short, Chipolo and Pebblebee's compatible tracking tags make it easier to track your keys, bags, and even wallets. Later this year, FMD will support tags such as eufy, Jio, and Motorola. This feature can also help you find items like keys that are nearby but invisible. Headphones from brands like JBL and Sony will soon receive an update that will make them compatible with FMD.

Android users can share their device tracking with friends and family to see their location. This is useful if you live under the same roof and tend to misplace your keys frequently. If the tag owner determines that others do not need the tag, they can stop sharing to avoid abuse. Google guarantees the security level of FMD. This includes end-to-end encryption of location data and aggregated device location reporting. This is a unique security feature provided by AirTags that provides additional protection against unwanted tracking into your home or private locations. The latest victim.

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