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    Does anyone know how to enable the Android Device Manager remotely for devices that are "out in the wild" (stolen, lent out but not returned)?

    I realise you can do this on the ADM site online, however it sends a notification to the device that the user has to tap on. If the current possessor is malicious he/she would obviously not hit the button. So is there any way to force it?

    Use case: My company lends Android tablets out to users as part of a wider business software service but they often get pilfered or misused. The tablets belong to the company as do the associated Google accounts.

    Thanks in advance
    08-13-2015 06:44 AM

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