Android device manager is a small Control Panel application which lets you manage all the hardware connected to your mobile operating system. Android Device Manager simplifies user interface by displaying all the connected hardware, with a selected application selected, such as Camera, GPS, Bluetooth, Video recorder, Email etc. and provides a list of recently used devices. You can also select specific hardware devices from a list, such as Camera, Bluetooth, Video recorder, Email etc.
One important feature of Android device manager is that you can easily locate a device by typing its name. For example, if you want to locate your cell phone, just type its name and you will see all available options. You can also locate all your installed applications on the device. Android device manager displays the list of all installed and running applications. Once you install an application, it becomes active and keeps updating itself, so you can also see all these updates and their details. You can also locate an application that is not installed but activated.
You can also erase certain applications or files from your tablet computer using android device manager. One useful feature of Android device managers is the wipe delete feature. You can easily wipe out the contents of a particular area without having to permanently delete the data from the memory card. For tablet computers, you can set a custom wipe out size to protect your confidential data.
Android device manager also lets you remotely locate and lock or unlock the screen. You can specify a fingerprint of your choice to allow remote lock or unlock the screen. If you are planning to purchase a tablet computer, you can use android device manager to locate the most suitable one and buy it. Tablet computers normally come with a software license that needs to be purchased separately.
You can also locate and uninstall a particular app. Just select an app in the settings and then select on the add or remove icon. When you already have the software installed, just tap on the uninstall or locate button. The icon will turn red and a menu of available choices will appear. Select the uninstall option to permanently remove the app.
You can also use android device manager to lock the screen. Just tap the screen to lock the screen or simply long press on any text area to lock the screen. You can easily lock or unlock the screen by selecting different options from a popup window. Once locked, you will see a lock icon in the lower right corner of your screen.
If you want to change the lock option, just double-click on the lock tab in the android device manager. A new option will appear. Select the new option and then touch on the desired option. The screen will unlock automatically in five to seven seconds.
Lastly, you can also use android device manager to wipe the memory card. You can either wipe the entire memory card or just the photo partition. To wipe the whole memory card, simply go to the delete tab and click on the image delete option. On the other hand, if you want to erase only the photo partition, just click on the photo wipe tab and then touch the delete option. These are the main ways to wipe the storage of your tablet.
If you want to locate your apps in the storage, just follow the third step of this tutorial. This is especially useful if you want to locate an old or unused app. To do this, go to the settings or the apps list in the android device manager. Under the apps section, tap on the plus sign symbol.
In the next step, touch on the overflow menu and tap on add/install/remove device. A new window will appear. Tap on the option called ‘Add removable disk’. A window will appear. Type the name of the media disk that you want to remove and then tap on the save button.
Last but not least, you can also use the android device manager to uninstall apps. To do this, first find the apps you want to uninstall in the device. Then, tap on the option ‘Uninstall’ and then touch on the delete button. When a window appears, just tap on the yes option to completely remove the app from your phone.