Google has expanded its Find My Device service, which helps users locate their lost or stolen Android smartphones, to include headphones and tablets. The new feature will enable users to locate their misplaced headphones and tablets using the Find My Device app on their Android device or through the web.
The new capability is an extension of the existing Find My Device service, which allows users to locate their lost Android smartphones, lock them, and even wipe their data remotely. With this new feature, users can now locate their missing headphones and tablets as long as they’re connected to their Google account.
How to Use the New Find My Device Features
To use the new feature, users need to have their headphones or tablet connected to their Google account. Once connected, users can simply access the Find My Device app or website and select the headphone or tablet they want to locate. The app or website will then show the device’s location on a map.
If the device is nearby, users can make it play a sound to help them locate it. If the device is further away or has been stolen, users can lock it or erase its data remotely. The feature is particularly useful for people who tend to misplace their headphones or leave their tablets behind in public places.
The new feature is an important addition to Google’s Find My Device service, making it more useful and versatile for users, concludes NIXSolutions. By expanding the service to include headphones and tablets, Google is providing an all-in-one solution to help people keep track of their Android devices.