- If you have more than one device, select the lost phone from the list on the left.
A Google Map of your device's location will be displayed on the right. If the battery is dead, the phone has been turned off or is out of range of a data connection, Google may not return a location or may only return your device's last location,
Once you have located your device, you may have some other options:
Play a sound
Lock your device, requiring your PIN or screen pattern to unlock. If you have not set a PIN you can do so here. You can also add a recovery number so a person who finds your phone could contact it,
Erase all data. This will clear all the data on the phone.
Only use this step if you believe the phone has been stolen or that you'll be unable to recover it. Once you've erased all data, Find My Device will not work for this device until you have found the phone and linked it to your Google account again,
If you do not have a Google account already set up on the phone, you can only reset the screen lock by performing a Hardware Factory Reset to erase the phone. (A factory reset will result in the loss of all data stored on the device including 3rd party applications.