When busy with an important task, people like to put the mobile phone on Silent Mode. But what if you misplaced your mobile phone inside your house or in our room. You will not be able to find your mobile by ringing because your phone is on Silent Mode. Now what can you do. So today, we will find a solution to this problem.
You might have checked some other posts also before this, but they all might be saying that go to this application and click the ring button and you will be able to find your device. But those methods require a Internet connection on the misplaced device. What if you turned off Wi-Fi or mobile data because you were busy? You can find your device easily. All you need to do is to configure your device once.
To use this method, you don’t need an internet connection and it works with your claps. All you have to do is to install Clap to Find and configure it once. Once you configure your device, all you have to do to find your device is to clap three times continuously. Clapping three times will activate the function of your mobile and it will start ringing at its full volume. No need for internet or any other thing.
You can also find your silent mobile even without clapping!!! If you don’t want to clap three times but instead want to send a special word to your mobile to know where your mobile is then go to Play store or click here and download Ring My Droid. Using this app, you just need to set a Key Phrase and then whenever your device will receive a text message with this Key Phrase, your device will start ringing.
Now you can keep your mobile on Silent mode and put it anywhere and find it easily. Hope you enjoyed this article. Don’t forget to share this article with your friends. Visit @LatestHackingNews for more great articles like this.
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