Google Find My Device may one day be able to track phones even when they are turned off
Losing your telephone is the most horrible, yet the following time you lose your cell phone you could have a somewhat superior possibility tracking down it while it was turned off.
Kuba Wojciechowski, a tipter, told 91Mobiles that the feature might be called the “Pixel Power-off Finder” when it launches. For everything to fall into place, basically what it should do is keep the Bluetooth on your gadget empowered consistently, in any event, when your telephone probably won’t be generally turned on. That’s similar to how Apple handles the same trick on iPhones, so Google doing something similar is not surprising.
A brand-new Hardware Abstraction Layer known as hardware.google.bluetooth.power_off_finder was included in the Android 14 source code that was recently made available to OEMs who were enrolled in the Early Access Program. This layer would enable the magic to take place.