Losing or forgetting where you left your cellphone is not a work that is praiseworthy, but these things can happen. And if we remember that each of us has important or intimate information at that terminal, disaster can be predicted. In this case, remote localization, tracking and remote software solutions can prove to be a rescue.
Available for free to all Android phone owners, Being My Device can be accessed directly from the Google Search engine and is as easy to use as possible. But GPS-based tracking technology has a major limitation: it doesn't work if the cellphone that is hanging around is in a closed room that doesn't allow location coordinates, Go4it wrote.
Meanwhile, Google's efforts to place as many digital maps as possible inside the building have begun to pay off. Deep cataloging, in-building Wi-Fi networks and other wireless devices such as Bluetooth-enabled TVs can serve as a landmark for calculating the location of an Android phone or tablet.
From the user's point of view, there is no change in how to use the odyssey device location service. But especially for locations with many visitors, such as airports and large commercial complexes, using a wireless connection to identify landmarks that help improve locations can save the situation.
Ideally, the enhanced localization feature will be able to embed a wandering device location into several tens of meters or 1-2 floors vertically. The bad news is that the system doesn't work everywhere, areas without too many Wi-Fi landmarks, or too unhandled, can frustrate attempts to recover lost cellphones. As a final solution, calling a telephone number to hear ringtones in the search area or calling for good intentions from those who have found a wild gadget can save the situation.