Google is working on a new system to make it easier to find lost or stolen devices.
Everything points to something Google is working on a new system that will make things easier for Android users find lost or stolen devices much more similar to that “Find My” network that Apple offers to users of its iOS and macOS devices.
At least that’s how they discovered it XDA after examining the code of the latest version of the Google Play services showing signs of a system that is is supported by billions of Android devices around the world to make it easier to find lost devices.
A search network with more than 3,000 million “beacons”
After the last one Data shared by Google, They are beautiful more than 3,000 million active Android devices around the world. 3,000 million devices, thanks to this new system, the largest device location network in the world, even bigger than what Apple offers with its “Find My” network.
From what was learned from reading the application code, the text strings show that Google’s service would be called “Find my Device”.. Today, Google already has an Android app of the same name, formerly known as Android Device Manager. However, this app only allows Find devices linked to our Google account.
Not much more is known about this new service at the moment, but it is very likely that Google will take advantage of and create Android’s vast numerical superiority in its favor Network of devices that provide information about the location of other end devices, which makes it easier to find smartphones, tablets, smartwatches or even headphones lost or stolen.
It will be necessary to see if google support for yes Technologies such as Ultra Wide Band on this new platform and whether users can decide for themselves whether they want to take part in the initiative or not.
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