Losing your Android is a painful experience to say the least. With stores of personal information, pictures, schedules, and maybe even financial access, misplacing your Android could mean misplacing your life. Luckily, there are a few ways to recover your lost Android, both ways have their benefits and drawbacks.
Google’s answer to your lost phone is in it’s Maps program. Because this method is the default, you might assume that it works with the best results. However, this is not always the case, the main reason being is when cellular data has been disconnected, you have no other methods of tracking it. Google Maps only uses cellular networks to determine your location, but once a sim card has been removed, the primary source for location is removed with it. This is why it is a better option to go with an individual app.
The advantages to using a tracker that’s installed on your phone greatly out-weigh the standard methods used for tracing your Android. Each individual tracking method will not be used until you need it, so there’s no worry of monitoring from anyone at anytime, unless you permit it. These trackers can also be used for the iPod Touch, because it also uses GPS and WiFi. This could be of use to adults who have children with these devices, as it is a way to keep your child safe from harm.
Keep the benefits in mind when you’re using an Android tracker, you don’t want to regret it.
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