今天早上我的Android手机之一被盗了。我在Google Crome中签名并在该设备中播放商店，其中一个Gmail Acount。我正在尝试通过'device manager找到移动设备。但它说'位置不可用'。是因为被盗手机已关闭，或者被盗手机未连接到互联网？我被盗的手机需要连接到互联网，以便我可以找到手机？或者我可以找到移动移动如果它刚刚打开并不再连接到互联网？如果Thieft从Google退出我的Gmail帐户，会发生什么？请告诉我
This morning one of my Android mobile has been stolen. I had xe2x80x98signed inxe2x80x99 in Google Crome and play store in that device with one of my gmail acount. I'm trying to find the mobile throughxe2x80x99 device manager. But It says xe2x80x98location unavailablexe2x80x99. Is it because the stolen mobile is switched off or the stolen mobile isn't connected to the internet? My stolen mobile needs to be connected to internet so that I can locate the mobile? Or I can locate the mobile if it's just switched on and no longer connected to the internet? What happens if the thieft sign out my gmail account from Google? Please tell me
GPS is global positioning system. It is the setting/function on a phone that allows satellites in space to triangulate a position on earth, thus determining where that position is on a map. Sometimes users disable this due to security concerns or concerns of privacy.
There are several ways such a setting could be disabled though, even if you did not disable it. A thief or someone who found the phone could have enabled airplane mode which makes data, network, and GPS services disabled. Unfortunately, the phone could also be off due to power depletion of the battery.
I would recommend calling the phone periodically each day, checking the location each day, changing your Gmail password (just in case - I'm a little paranoid), and trying anyway you can to contact the new owner of the phone if it does have an owner. Additionally, if you had avast or some other anti-virus program installed, those programs also offer device locating. If your phone's GPS is indeed enabled, perhaps your Google location settings didn't work properly but the anti-virus location services could still help you find the device.