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Google will address Android’s Find My Device network issues ‘over the coming weeks’

Android’s Find My Device interface tracking a lost device on a Google Pixel smartphone.
Google is addressing issues with its Find My Device network to help it actually find devices. | Image: Google

Google launched its upgraded Find My Device network in April, giving Android users the equivalent of Apple’s Find My network for locating trackers and offline devices. But some recent reviews have raised concerns over its ability to quickly and reliably find devices and trackers. Google says that it’s aware of the issue and plans to address it “in the coming weeks.”

In a statement provided to Mishaal Rahman, a senior contributor to sites like Android Authority and Android Police, which they shared on X, Google acknowledged the concerns over its Find My Device network. “We are actively working to roll out enhancements to how the Find My Device network operates that will improve the speed and ability of locating lost items over the coming…

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