Android Device Manager Pops Up on Various Devices Through Google Play Services 3.2.25; Download here!

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  • 04 Aug 2013
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  • One of the new services that Google is prepared to offer on your Android device is a device manager that will take care of your handset or slate once it’s been stolen or lost. The new app is called Android Device Manager and this tool has apparently already rolled out to lucky users.

    Said tool helps you keep the gadget safe, by offering its location and remote wiping and locking features. Up until now we had to resort to third party solutions for such tasks, some of them priced pretty high. Android Device Manager is being introduced via Google Play Services version 3.2.25, but it’s not finalized yet.

    The feature is available only as a checkbox in the Device Administrators menu for now. You can download the tool from here or here, if you’re interested. There’s a theory that Google is rolling out different Play Services apk files for devices with different screen densities, so be careful what you install.

    Keep in mind that the download links above may bring you to a version not optimized for your resolution.

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    SOURCE: Android Police
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