Google Find My Device feature.
If you have forgotten your phone somewhere or your mobile phone has been stolen, you can track its location and even lock the phone using Google’s ‘Find My Phone’ feature. To protect your data, you can delete all of your phone’s data in the blink of an eye, no matter how far away you are
This is how to track your Android smartphone and delete its data
If you want to use this feature of Google, you need to have your phone turned on, have a Google account signed in, mobile data or phone connected to the network. The phone also needs to have the Location and Find My Device feature turned on. If all these things are on in your mobile phone then you can find your smartphone by following these steps.
https://www.google.com/android/find Sign in with your Google Account by clicking this link. Once signed in you will have to select your phone from the top left corner. Here you will find information about the battery and when it was last online.
Google will then tell you where your phone is. It will tell you the last location of your phone.
If you are aware of the last location of the phone, you can go there and make a call on your mobile phone. This feature allows the phone to ring nonstop for 5 minutes even if your smartphone is silent.
If you find the phone’s location in an unfamiliar place, don’t try to find the phone alone. Get help from the police. Give them your phone’s serial number and IMEI number. https://support.google.com/store/answer/3333000?hl=en You can get your phone’s serial number by clicking on this link.
See your phone, tablet or watch on a map. If current location isn’t available, you’ll see the last known location.
Use indoor maps to help you to find your device in airports, shopping centres or other large buildings
Play a sound at full volume, even if your device is on silent
Erase the device or lock it with a custom message and contact number on lock screen
See network and battery status
See hardware details
• Location: Needed to show your device’s current location on the map
• Contacts: Needed to access the email address associated with your Google Account