The ways to know information about the Android phone are many, many and varied, and each method specializes in showing specific information, and the easiest of these methods are the codes. Once you open the call screen and write the code, the required information appears immediately on the screen, and since these codes are many, we try to provide the most important of them so that it is easy to The user has the right to benefit from it.
And the code that we will present today is a code that displays information about the phone, about the battery and its consumption, and about the current Wi-Fi network, as well as measuring the rate you use the phone. Please note that the code has been tested on Sony, HTC and LG phones and it worked successfully, while it didn’t work on Samsung devices, Lenovo phones and tablets only show a measurement of your phone usage.
- Go to your Google Account.
- Tap Security.
- On the “Signing in to Google” panel, tap 2-Step Verification.
- Add at least 1 additional second step, either:
Backups help you get back into your account if you forget your password, lose your phone, or can’t sign in for another reason. Learn more about setting up 2-Step Verification and backups.
To find out information and statistics about your Android phone and your use of it, follow the following steps
- Open the call screen on your phone.
- Enter the following code: ##4636##
- You will find four options (Phone information – Battery information – Usage statistics – Wi-Fi information).
When you click on each option, its data will be displayed.
Make sure your device can be found
To find, lock, or erase an Android phone, that phone must:
- Be turned on
- Be signed in to a Google Account
- Be connected to mobile data or Wi-Fi
- Be visible on Google Play
- Have Location turned on
- Have Find My Device turned on
- Open your device’s Settings app.
- Tap Security Find My Device. If you don’t see “Security,” tap Security & location or Google Security.
- Make sure Find My Device is turned on.
Tip: If you have a tablet that people share, only the tablet’s owner can change these settings.
- Open android.com/find.
- Sign in to your Google Account. If this device has more than one user profile, sign in with a Google Account that’s on the main profile. Learn about user profiles.
- If you have more than one device, click this device at the top of the screen.
Have you tried the method? Let us know if it worked for you or not and mention the type of phone through the comments.