Remote Lock Comes to Android

Author Chinavasion Marketing 24.9.2013. | 23:30

A new remote locking feature just appeared in the Android Device Manager. Users running Android 2.2 or better can now lock a lost or stolen phone, even if it’s in use.


The new functionality asks you to enter a PIN that will unlock your phone once it’s found — Google recommends you use something different from your current password, of course. If your phone isn’t on a Wi-Fi or cell network, the lock command will wait until a connection is established, and a full remote wipe remains as your last resort. [Android Police via Verge]

Author Chinavasion Marketing 24.9.2013. | 23:30
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