How To Remotely Locate / Ring / Erase / Lock LG V40 ThinQ

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The LG V40 ThinQ smartphone commonly referred to as the LG V40, is an Android phablet manufactured by LG Electronics as part of the LG V series. It was announced on the date of October 3, 2018 and is the successor to the previous devices in the LG V series, namely the LG V30, LG V30S ThinQ, and LG V35 ThinQ. The LG V40 was released primarily in the United States on October 18, 2018.

The LG V40 ThinQ is the first smartphone to have five cameras on a single device to give you some more shooting options.

The LG V40 ThinQ smartphone is ready to capture everything that’s in front of you with its super-wide rear camera that has a 107-degree Field Of View. It’s not as dramatic as the 120 degree Field Of View on the original LG V10 smartphone, but that’s in order to reduce barrel distortion at the edges.

 

How To Remotely Locate / Ring / Erase / Lock LG V40 ThinQ:

 

If you would like to remotely locate, lock, ring or erase your device:

Find My Device Android allows you to remotely locate, lock, ring or erase your device. 

A Gmail account must be set up on the device to utilize Find My Device.

Log in to the Find My Device Device (URL: google.com/android/find) to access these services.

From a Home screen, navigate: Apps > Settings > Google (Google services).

To allow the device to be remotely located:

Tap Location.

Ensure the Location switch (located in the upper-right) is set to the ON position.

Tap Security.

Tap the following switches to turn on or off:

Remotely locate this device
Allow remote lock and erase

 

Remotely Locate Device:

If you would like to locate your device remotely:

This process only applies when the Find My Device option has been turned on.

Use the existing Gmail credentials to access the Find My Device page from a computer.

If Gmail credentials are forgotten, refer to Recover Gmail Sign-in Information.

Log in to Find My Device.

URL: google.com/android/find.

The location of the device appears on a map.

Allow up to 2 minutes for the device to be contacted.

 

Remotely Ring Device:

If you would like to cause your device to remotely ring so you can locate it:

This process only applies when the Find My Device option has been turned on.

Use the existing Gmail credentials to access the Find My Device page from a computer.

If Gmail credentials are forgotten, refer to Recover Gmail Sign-in Information.

Sign in to the Find My Device page.

URL: google.com/android/find.

Click Ring.

From the ‘Ring device?’ prompt, click Ring.

The device rings at full volume for 5 minutes or until the Power button is pressed.

 

Remotely Erase Device:

If you would like to remotely locate and erase your device, view this info.

This process only applies when the Find My Device option has been turned on.

Use the existing Gmail credentials to access the Find My Device page from a computer.

If Gmail credentials are forgotten, refer to Recover Gmail Sign-in Information.

Wi-Fi Calling settings don’t transfer after switching devices and/or performing a factory data reset. You need to enable W-Fi Calling manually if you want to use it.

Sign in to the Find My Device page.

URL: google.com/android/find

Click Erase.

From the ‘Erase all data?’ prompt, click Erase.

A factory reset is performed on the device, permanently erasing all apps, settings, etc.

If the device is offline, the reset is performed when it goes online.

 

Remotely Lock Device:

If you would like to remotely locate and lock your device:

This process only applies when the Find My Device option has been turned on.

This process doesn’t apply when additional security features (e.g., Microsoft Exchange, Remote Wipe apps, etc.) have been set up.

Use the existing Gmail™ credentials to access the Find My Device page from a computer.

If Gmail credentials are forgotten, refer to Recover Gmail Sign-in Information.

Sign in to the Find My Device page.

URL: google.com/android/find.

Click Lock.

After remotely locking the device, a new lock screen password must be set.

Click Lock

Enter then confirm the new password.

Click Lock (located at the bottom-right).

 

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