Android locator y45

 

Google announced last week that it would release a new locator feature for Android devices called Android Device Manager, which helps owners find their lost or stolen phones and tablets. It was supposed to roll out later this month, but in a Google+ posting Wednesday , Google announced its immediate availability.

The feature works similarly to other locator services, like Lookout and Samsung's Find My Mobile , but now you get the feature natively on your Android device. Here's how to get started with Android Device Manager:

On your Android device, go to the Google Settings app, 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."

Android locator y45

Already read a lot of tutorials and implemented 4 or 5 existing classes to my project and all of them are giving me the last coordinates but not the current ones.

I'm pretty sure that the problem is something fundamental that I am missing but I am not able to understand what exactly it is.

Acctualy GPS possitioning works fine, but NETWORK positioning dosn't. When Ive turned devices GPS on cordinates keep changing while im moving, but dosnt happence same when I have turn it off and relay on the NETWORK_PROVIDER

Google announced last week that it would release a new locator feature for Android devices called Android Device Manager, which helps owners find their lost or stolen phones and tablets. It was supposed to roll out later this month, but in a Google+ posting Wednesday , Google announced its immediate availability.

The feature works similarly to other locator services, like Lookout and Samsung's Find My Mobile , but now you get the feature natively on your Android device. Here's how to get started with Android Device Manager:

On your Android device, go to the Google Settings app, 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."

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While you're waiting for Android L to come down the pipe, here's a useful hack you can apply to your current Google-powered phone or tablet. You no doubt spend much of your day switching between locations, from home to work to the gym, and reconfiguring your device each time can be a chore.

With the help of a few third-party apps and services, you can tell Android to modify its behavior automatically based on where you happen to be, and it's not difficult to do. Read on and pick the best method for you.

Tasker will set you back three bucks from the Google Play store, but it's worth its virtual weight in gold. It gives you access to a wealth of settings within Android that enable you to fully automate almost any task: sending SMSes, displaying pop-ups, modifying settings, playing sounds, and so on and so on. The app can identify any cell tower, Wi-Fi network or set of GPS coordinates to fix your position and then change your device's settings accordingly.