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How to find or track my Q60

If you need to locate a LG Q60 lost or stolen to find it or recover it you can do it in several ways:

The first option requires that you have linked your LG Q60 with a Google account, which is the usual and essential requirement on a device with the Android operating system.

If you are not sure if your Q60 is linked, follow the steps to check it.

Estimated time: 5 minutes.

Through your Google account

1- First step:

To find or locate a lost or stolen LG Q60 and know its approximate location, we first need to have access to a computer, tablet or smartphone with an internet connection. We open the following page https://www.google.com/android/find.
If you have another Android device linked to the same account, we can do it through an application called “Google Find my device” from Google LLC. We recommend using the official Google application and not any other application available on Google Play.

2- Second step:

If we have not logged into our Google account, when accessing https://www.google.com/android/find it will ask us to enter our email and password. Remember that it must be the email you have linked to the LG Q60.

3- Third step:

Once the session is started we will see in the menu on the left several options among which are to play a sound, lock the device and erase the data of the LG Q60. We can also see the battery level and if it is connected to a Wi-Fi or GSM / 3G / 4G / 5G network. If the LG Q60 does not appear in the first place, at the top we can switch between the Android devices that we have registered with our Google account, click on each of them to switch to that device.

4- Fourth step:

If we suspect that the LG Q60 is nearby, either in another room or in a place, on the street or in the field where we have lost it, it is best to press the option to play a sound. The LG Q60 will make a sound at maximum volume even if it is muted until “stop” is pressed on the screen for 5 minutes.

5- Fifth step:

If we do not hear the LG Q60 ringing, it is not close enough, or we do not know where it could have been lost or if it could have been stolen, we go to the next step which will consist of trying to find out its approximate whereabouts. Through the map we can see where our LG Q60 is located. If it is not located on the map it is because it does not have the GPS activated or it does not have a network connection to be able to triangulate its location.

6- Sixth step:

If in a first attempt we cannot locate the LG Q60 we can try it later in case it is found by someone and it connects to a known Wi-Fi network or to the GSM, 4G or 5G internet network. If we cannot locate it, we can block it by showing a message or a phone number on the screen so that the person who found it can locate you. Click on “SECURE DEVICE” this will lock the Q60 and log out of your Google account.

7- Seventh step:

If we cannot locate the LG Q60 after several days and we consider it lost, we can definitely delete all its content, photos, emails, applications, social media accounts, credit cards, etc. You must bear in mind that once all the content is deleted you will not be able to go back or locate it, this is a step to prevent whoever finds or has your Q60 from accessing your personal information. To carry out this complete deletion, click on “ERASE DEVICE”, it may ask us to re-enter our Google account to avoid deleting everything by mistake and make sure that no one else can delete the content of your LG Q60.

Users rating on locate Q60

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Android Device Manager from Google helps you locate your phone if you've lost it. You can view the current location of your phone on a map, make it ring, make a message appear on the screen, set up a passcode and even erase all the data on your phone if you don't think you'll get it back.

You'll need to be signed into your phone with your Google account to be able to use this service.

If you've lost your phone, you can find it by going to https://www.google.com/android/devicemanager on a computer. Find out more about using Android Device Manager to locate your phone.

To make sure Android Device Manager is enabled:

  1. On your homescreen, tap the Settings icon.

  2. Tap the General tab, and then Google services.

  3. Tap Security.

  4. Switch on Remotely locate this device and Allow remote lock and erase.

  5. Tap Activate.


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Not to sound overly dramatic, but I think that sinking feeling that arrives the moment you realize your Android phone's missing is one of the worst feelings. Our phones are intrinsically personal, guarding our deepest secrets and personal information. Add to that the fact that losing a phone is a costly experience, and that feeling is compounded. 

Should you find yourself frantically searching your pockets, backpack, purse or countertop for a missing phone, don't panic! Every Android phone comes with tools built into it that make it possible to secure your information and track down your lost phone with ease. Don't get ahead of yourself and feel comfortable quite yet. There are a few steps you need to take right now to set yourself up for success if or when your phone goes missing — including if you left it in your house. 

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Below I walk you through all of the steps you can and should take now, as well as what you need to do when your phone goes missing. 

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Take a few minutes to prepare now

It doesn't take a lot of time to tap your way through a few different settings panes and ensure that the proper switches are turned on, or you're signed in to the right services. Trust me, future you will thank present you for taking 5 minutes to do the following. 

Create a secure lock screen

Do yourself a favor and turn on passcode and fingerprint authentication. Do yourself another favor and don't use facial recognition on your Android device. 

On most Android devices, the technology used for facial recognition can be easily tricked with something as simple as a photo of your face. Google's Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are the exceptions here, as they use a more reliable system, similar to Apple's Face ID.

Next, create your passcode and set up fingerprint authentication in the Settings app under the Security section. I realize scanning a fingerprint or entering a PIN code every time you want to use your phone can be inconvenient, but the idea of someone having access to your photos, banking apps, email and the rest of your personal info is downright scary.

An extra step to unlock your phone is worth the effort when you consider the potential impact of exposing your personal info to a stranger.   

Read more: If you lose your iPhone, immediately do these 3 things

Set up Google's Find My Device service, regardless of who makes your phone

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Any time you sign in to an Android device with a Google account, Find My Device is automatically turned on. Google's free Find My Device service is what you'll use should your phone ever go missing to track, remotely lock and remotely erase it. 

Check to make sure Find My Device is enabled on your Android phone by opening the Settings app and going to Security & Location > Find My Device. Alternatively, if your device doesn't have a Security & Location option, go to Google > Security > Find My Device.

Find My Device should be turned on. If not, slide the switch to the On position. 

Finally, double-check that the ability to secure and remotely erase the device is turned on by going to android.com/find on your computer, selecting your phone, and clicking Set Up Secure & Erase. A push alert will be sent to your phone -- tap it to finish the setup process. 

Have a Samsung phone? There are two different services you should check

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Samsung has long offered a Find My Mobile service to help Galaxy phones owners track down their lost phones. The service is separate from Google's Find My Device offering, and is something you can -- and definitely should -- set up. Not only does it give you a backup service you can use to track down a lost phone, but it also gives you tools that Find My Device doesn't have. With Samsung's service, you can do things like force remote backups or see if someone has swapped out your SIM card. You'll need to use your Samsung account to set up Find My Mobile.

However, more recently, Samsung announced a new service called SmartThings Find. The new feature works like Apple's Find My app by crowdsourcing the location of a lost device, even if it's offline, but telling nearby Galaxy devices to look for its Bluetooth signal and report its location if it's found. All of which, of course, is done anonymously.

There's no harm in using Google's offering, in addition to both of Samsung's device tracking services. Turn on Find My Mobile on your Galaxy phone in the Settings app. Next, go to Biometrics and security > Find My Mobile. Find My Mobile should already be enabled if you signed into your Samsung account during initial setup. If not, take a few seconds to sign in and enable Find My Mobile.

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As for SmartThings Find, you'll need to have a Galaxy device running Android 8 or newer. The setup process should already be taken care of as long as you're running the latest version of the SmartThings app. I had to go into the Galaxy Store app and update it myself, but once I did that the main page of the SmartThings app had a map showing the last location of my Galaxy Buds ($100 at Walmart), along with other Samsung devices that are linked to my account below the map. If it's not set up already, there will be a SmartThings Find card you need to tap on to complete the setup process. Once you do that, you'll see a map with the location of all your Find-enabled devices. 

Once it's turned on, you can view the location of your device(s) by opening the SmartThings app and select SmartThings Find. Of course, if you lose your phone you'll have to use another device to access the SmartThings app to locate your device. Either you can sign into the app on a friend or family member's device, or use another one of your devices to find it via the app. 

When you view the lost device's location, there's a More Options button that will take you to Samsung's Find My Mobile service where you can then use its controls to lock down your device, remotely back it up or even erase it. 

How to lock down, track a lost or stolen Android phone

Use Google's Find My Device service to find your phone

Using Android's baked-in service requires you to remember one thing: android.com/find. That website is where you'll go in the unfortunate event that you lose your phone. Make sure to sign in to the same Google account that's linked to your Android phone.

Not near a computer? You can use another Android device and the Find My Device app, which you'll have to download separately from the Play Store. Immediately after you sign in to the site or app, Google will attempt to locate your phone.

An alert will be sent to your phone to tell whoever has it that it's being tracked. Use the menu on the left-hand side of the Find My Device site to play a sound (helpful if you misplaced it in your home!), lock down your device or erase the device altogether.

Selecting Secure Device will lock the phone, display a message of your choosing on the lock screen and sign out of your Google account. Don't worry, you can still locate the phone after it's locked. If you use Google Pay for mobile payments, locking your phone will prevent anyone from using your phone to make a purchase.

If you use the Erase Device feature, you will no longer be able to track the phone. Reserve this feature as a last resort.

Should the thief turn off your phone, you won't be able to track it until it's turned back on and has a cellular or Wi-Fi connection. Google will send you an email once it locates your device.

Once you find your phone, you'll need to enter your PIN or passcode to gain access. That should also get rid of the lock screen message. You might also have to log in to your Google account, just to verify it really is you accessing the phone -- you don't need to turn anything off in the Find My Device app. 

What to do if you have a Samsung phone

Samsung Galaxy owners have the benefit of using Google's or Samsung's respective services to locate a lost device, but I recommend using Samsung's offering. As you'll see below, the added capabilities are invaluable.

To track a lost device with Samsung's service, you need to visit findmymobile.samsung.com. There isn't a companion app, so you'll need to use a mobile browser on another phone or a computer.

Sign in with your Samsung account, then select your lost device on the left side of the screen. A map will display where your phone is currently located, and a menu of options will show up on the right side of the screen.

Start by locking the phone, which will display a personalized message on the lock screen, suspend your Samsung Pay cards and prevent the phone from being powered off.

Next, create a backup of your phone. Should you lose it for good, you'll want to have a current backup of your phone. If the phone is moving locations, use the Track location feature.

Enabling this feature will track your phone every 15 minutes. Finally, turn on the Extend battery life feature -- this will disable almost everything on the phone but the location tracking.

Similar to Google's Find My Device service, Samsung's service only requires you to enter your PIN after locating your phone. You don't need to go back to the website and turn any of the tracking features off. 

Life Pro Tip: Don't confront thieves 

If your phone has been stolen and you're able to track its location, do not attempt to recover it yourself. Doing so could lead to you or someone else getting hurt, and despite the importance of a phone, it's simply not worth it.

Instead, contact local law enforcement and let them know you need help recovering a lost or stolen phone that you've been able to track to a specific address.

Unable to retrieve your phone? Contact your carrier, file an insurance claim

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If it becomes clear that you're never going to get your phone back, contact your carrier and report your phone as lost or stolen. Doing this will blacklist the phone from the carrier's database, preventing another person from using it.

When you call, your carrier will want to suspend your service as well. This is a good idea if you want to prevent someone from using your phone. However, keep in mind that if you're still tracking your lost phone, you'll lose a mobile connection to it -- and unless the phone is somehow registered on a Wi-Fi network, you'll lose the ability to track it.

Finally, if you pay for insurance on your phone, you'll need to file a claim and pay the deductible to get your replacement phone. Get the insurance claim process started through your carrier, who will then likely refer you to the third-party insurance company that will replace your phone.

Good luck! We hope you never have to go through the emotional roller coaster of losing a phone, tracking it down and trying to get it back.

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How to find or track my Stylo 5

If you need to locate a LG Stylo 5 lost or stolen to find it or recover it you can do it in several ways:

The first option requires that you have linked your LG Stylo 5 with a Google account, which is the usual and essential requirement on a device with the Android operating system.

If you are not sure if your Stylo 5 is linked, follow the steps to check it.

Estimated time: 5 minutes.

Through your Google account

1- First step:

To find or locate a lost or stolen LG Stylo 5 and know its approximate location, we first need to have access to a computer, tablet or smartphone with an internet connection. We open the following page https://www.google.com/android/find.
If you have another Android device linked to the same account, we can do it through an application called “Google Find my device” from Google LLC. We recommend using the official Google application and not any other application available on Google Play.

2- Second step:

If we have not logged into our Google account, when accessing https://www.google.com/android/find it will ask us to enter our email and password. Remember that it must be the email you have linked to the LG Stylo 5.

3- Third step:

Once the session is started we will see in the menu on the left several options among which are to play a sound, lock the device and erase the data of the LG Stylo 5. We can also see the battery level and if it is connected to a Wi-Fi or GSM / 3G / 4G / 5G network. If the LG Stylo 5 does not appear in the first place, at the top we can switch between the Android devices that we have registered with our Google account, click on each of them to switch to that device.

4- Fourth step:

If we suspect that the LG Stylo 5 is nearby, either in another room or in a place, on the street or in the field where we have lost it, it is best to press the option to play a sound. The LG Stylo 5 will make a sound at maximum volume even if it is muted until “stop” is pressed on the screen for 5 minutes.

5- Fifth step:

If we do not hear the LG Stylo 5 ringing, it is not close enough, or we do not know where it could have been lost or if it could have been stolen, we go to the next step which will consist of trying to find out its approximate whereabouts. Through the map we can see where our LG Stylo 5 is located. If it is not located on the map it is because it does not have the GPS activated or it does not have a network connection to be able to triangulate its location.

6- Sixth step:

If in a first attempt we cannot locate the LG Stylo 5 we can try it later in case it is found by someone and it connects to a known Wi-Fi network or to the GSM, 4G or 5G internet network. If we cannot locate it, we can block it by showing a message or a phone number on the screen so that the person who found it can locate you. Click on “SECURE DEVICE” this will lock the Stylo 5 and log out of your Google account.

7- Seventh step:

If we cannot locate the LG Stylo 5 after several days and we consider it lost, we can definitely delete all its content, photos, emails, applications, social media accounts, credit cards, etc. You must bear in mind that once all the content is deleted you will not be able to go back or locate it, this is a step to prevent whoever finds or has your Stylo 5 from accessing your personal information. To carry out this complete deletion, click on “ERASE DEVICE”, it may ask us to re-enter our Google account to avoid deleting everything by mistake and make sure that no one else can delete the content of your LG Stylo 5.

Users rating on locate Stylo 5

0.87 / 10 (23 votes)

Sours: https://www.devicesfaq.com/

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Google Find My Device

Find My Device helps you locate your lost Android and lock it until you get it back.

Features
See your phone, tablet or watch on a map. If current location isn’t available, you’ll see the last known location.

Use indoor maps to help you to find your device in airports, malls, or other large buildings

Navigate to your device with Google Maps by tapping the device location and then the Maps icon

Play a sound at full volume, even if your device is on silent

Erase the device or lock it with a custom message and contact number on lock screen

See network and battery status

See hardware details

Permissions Notice
• Location: Needed to show your device’s current location on the map
• Contacts: Needed to access the email address associated with your Google account

Find My Device is part of Google Play Protect

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  • Note: You need to be signed into your Google account. If you have already done this you can skip to step 14

  • 1. From the home screen, tap the Menu Key

  • 2. Tap System Settings

  • 3. Tap General

  • 4. Tap Accounts & Sync

  • 5. Tap Add Account

  • 6. Tap Google

  • 7. Tap Existing

    Note: If you do not already have a Google account, tap New to create one

  • 8. Enter your Google email address and then tap Password

  • 9. Enter your password and then tap Done

  • 10. Tap OK

  • 11. If you would like to add a credit card to your account, tap Set Up Credit Card. Otherwise, tap Not Now

  • 12. Tap the Arrow

  • 13. Tap the Home Key

  • 14. From the home screen, tap Apps

  • 15. Tap Google Settings

  • 16. Tap Android Device Manager

  • 17. Make sure the check box beside Remotely Access This Device is checked

  • 18. If you would like to be able to remotely reset your phone, tap the check box beside Allow Remote Factory Reset

  • 19. Tap Activate

  • 20. Tap the Home Key

  • 21. Tap the Menu Key

  • 22. Tap System Settings

  • 23. Tap General

  • 24. Scroll down and tap Location Access

  • 25. Tap the check box beside GPS Satellites

  • 26. In the web browser of another device, go to www.google.com/android/devicemanager

  • 27. Click the Email field

  • 28. Enter your Google email address. This must be the same as the account you are signed in to on your phone

  • 29. Click the Password field

  • 30. Enter your password and then click Sign In

  • 31. Your phone will be displayed on a map

  • 32. To ring your device, click Ring

  • 33. Click Ring

  • 34. Your phone will ring at full volume for 5 minutes. Press the Power/Lock Key to stop the ringing

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