Sony 1289-4869 Cell Phone User Manual

To activate the my Xperia service
From your Home screen, tap .
Find and tap Settings > Security > Protection by my Xperia > Activate.
Mark the checkbox, then tap Accept.
If prompted, sign in to your Sony Entertainment Network account, or create a
new one if you don’t have one.
Enable location services on your device if this function is not already enabled.
To verify that the my Xperia service can locate your device, go to
and sign in using either the Google™ account or the Sony Entertainment Network account that
you have set up on your device.
If you are using a device with multiple users, my Xperia service can only be used by the owner.
Finding a lost device using Android™ Device Manager
Google™ offers a location and security web service called Android™ Device
Manager. You can use it in parallel with, or as an alternative to, the my Xperia service.
If you lose your device, you can use Android™ Device Manager to:
Find and show where your device is located.
Ring or lock your device, erase everything on it, or add a phone number to the lock
For additional information about Android™ Device Manager, go to
Android™ Device Manager does not work if your device is turned off or if it does not have a
connection to the Internet. The Android™ Device Manager service may not be available in all
countries or regions.
To activate Android™ Device Manager
If you are using a device with multiple users, make sure that you are logged in
as the owner.
Make sure that you have an active data connection and that location services
are enabled.
From your Home screen, tap .
Find and tap Settings > Google > Security.
Drag the sliders beside Remotely locate this device and Allow remote lock and
erase to the On position.
If prompted, agree to the terms and conditions by tapping Activate.
To verify that Android™ Device Manager can locate your device after you
activate the service, go to
and sign in using
your Google™ account.
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