Find Signed In Devices on Google: It’s a huge fact that Android mostly depends on Google and its services. When setting up a new Android phone, just sign in to your Google account before getting it to imitate. It’s not just Android phones, you can link any of your devices to your account with the search huge across a multitude of platforms and devices. These devices could be anything from an Android phone, iPhones, iPods, Mac, Windows, and other smart devices.
Google also makes it easy to see all other devices that are logged in to your account and see their IP addresses. You can also view a list of devices you’ve accessed your account from in the last 28 days. This list helps you to your Google account without having access to a device that has been lost. Also, it ensures that your data and credentials are safe from any misuse.
How do you know if someone else is using your account
- A device that you do not allow pops up on your devices list.
- Someone else’s device or a public PC, once you signing in from, is still using your Google account.
- Recently a device that you no longer use and formatted still shows up on your devices list.
- The location from your recent activity is different from where you were at.
- Do not recall using a specific device at the listed date and time.
- Your account was accessed from a web browser that is not what you normally use.
How to find all the devices signed in to your Google ID
If you need to check all the devices that are signing to your Google account, then follow the steps below. You can also clear the devices that are no longer use. If in case you forgot to log out of it or if you thought someone might be logging into your account without your authorization.
Firstly, Open the Google app on your Android phone.
Click on the More button (3-dot button) at the bottom right.
Press the down arrow next to your account name.
Click on Manage your Google Account. The next page opens.
Click on Get Started.
Move through the tabs at the top and choose the Security tab.
Here you’ll now see a list of devices that you signed in with your Google account. There are two categories of devices:
- Where you’re signed in
- Where you’ve signed out
On this page, you can perform the following functions:
- View your device’s recent activity:
You can view at some of the past activities of a device having the IP address it accessed your account from. You can do so by clicking on More Details listed for a specific device. To see the device’s past IP addresses, click on Show IP addresses.
- Remove a device from your Google account:
You can remotely unlink a specific device from Google by pressing More details. These details are written under the [Where you’re signed] in section. This section is present for each of the devices you’re singing into, so remember you’ve chosen the right device. On the next page, click on Sign out and upon bring prompted for a confirmation, click on Sign out again. The newly signed out device will now be visible on the Where you’ve signed out section.
- Find a device you’ve signed out from:
Clicking on More Details on a device that you’ve signed out from and then clicking Find Device will take you to the device’s Find My Device page. Make sure that the device that has been log out from will not be trackable through the service but you can access its last location.
- Secure your account if you don’t recognize a device:
If one of the devices you’re signing in to or signing out of look suspicious to you, you can press More Details of the device. You can also click on Don’t recognize a device. A prompt appears to change the password of your account for security purposes. You can do so by clicking on Change Password. You can also do so if you detect a web browser that’s different from the ones you use.
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