A desperate situation for any person is when you cell phone lost or it is stolen, so a geolocation app is always very useful to locate the device.

On Android Google Find my device This is that platform, and there will be a change to it that could further facilitate this search: offline tracking.

Google sent an email to some Android users saying they will receive a notification on their devices when the feature is activated in three days, as spotted by 9to5Google. This suggests that Google could launch the network as early as Sunday, April 7th.

The new Find My Device network is designed to track lost phones and other devices, even if they are turned off, using Bluetooth. The Find Disable feature will allow each device to store beacons in its Bluetooth controller’s memory, allowing the network to see whether devices are turned on and connected.

“With the new Find My Device network, you’ll be able to find your devices even when they’re offline. You can also find any compatible accessories for quick pairing when disconnected from your device. “This includes compatible headphones and earbuds, as well as trackers that can be attached to your wallet, keys or bike.”

Google Play Services beta 12.24.14 has already introduced a new “Find offline devices” option in the Settings menu, 9to5Google reported on Wednesday. This option will take you to another screen where you can choose to have your devices 1) without a network, 2) with a network in “high traffic areas,” or 3) with a permanent network.

Source: Digital Trends

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