Here's what the setup looks like on the Android Find My Device network

The Find My Device network is currently rolling out to Android devices, and next month, it will support a few trackers similar to AirTag. Here's what the setup process for one of the Find My Device trackers will look like.

Google's Find My Device network is leveraging Android devices, soon around the world, to help users locate their lost smartphones, earbuds or items linked to trackers. While smartphones pick up this functionality natively when you sign in with a Google account, accessories must be set up manually, and it's all handled by Fast Pair.

In a recently released video demo, Pebblebee's CEO explains the setup process Babylibee card Using the Find My Device network with your Pixel phone.

Double-pressing the button on the card launches the setup process through Fast Pair. A prompt automatically appears on your phone to begin setup, then the tracker is pulled into the Find My Device app and linked to your account.

And that's it. The whole process takes less than a minute using apps already on your device.

Once paired, the Find My Device app displays the tracker's current location on a map and allows the user to play a sound on it, or share the device with another user.

This process and functionality should be identical across other Android compatible trackers Chipolo And Yuvi.

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