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Brazil will become first in the world!  Google announces a feature that prevents stolen or stolen cell phones

Brazil will become first in the world! Google announces a feature that prevents stolen or stolen cell phones

Stolen or stolen Android mobile phones will be able to take advantage of the new feature announced recently Google. The tech giant revealed on Tuesday the 11th of this month that it will launch a feature in July that will automatically lock the smartphone screen in these situations.

This new technology already has a name: “Block Theft Detection,” an idea presented by the major technology company based in Belo Horizonte. In practice, the theft detection ban will be activated through a mechanism using artificial intelligence.

If someone grabs the device or runs away, whether by car, on foot or on a bicycle, the system will be activated.

How will the new ban from Google work?

Overall, it’s a simple lock screen, nothing too fancy. However, to access a cell phone, biometric recognition or a password will be required. After unlocking the device, the user will be notified that the locking mechanism has been activated due to the lock.

Initially, according to Google, the new feature may lead to involuntary bans, but it will be for a good reason. This is because the tool is programmed to produce more false positive results than negative results. In other words, if there is any suspicion of theft, the screen will be blocked immediately for the safety of the owner.

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Other forms of ban

In addition to the ban due to theft detection, Google also announced that it will provide another feature targeting Automatic cell phone lockin this case, which automatically disconnects from the Internet.

It will be activated based on common behaviors in the event of theft or theft, such as removing the SIM card, being in unoccupied places for long periods, or losing connection for a long period. It is worth noting that the time has not yet been determined by the company. In either case, the screen will lock automatically.

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In addition to these options, major tech companies said they will also offer a remote blocking option, which can be found on the Find My Device page. For the company, the goal is to make it difficult for criminals to quickly access the device. The good news is that the page can be accessed via a third-party computer or smartphone, using just the phone number.