Android Device Manager Gets Password Prompt

Android Device Manager, a service that allows users to find, track and wipe a missing or stolen device, was updated today to include an authentication feature.


Users are now prompted to enter there Google password before they are able to manage any devices. The new feature will insure only you are able to see specific information about your device. Download a copy of Android Device Manager from the Google Play Store.

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