Never lose your phone again! You can ask your Google Assistant to ring or call your phone.
Note: If Digital Wellbeing is enabled, this feature may be restricted or blocked by Downtime, Filters, or Do not disturb. Please go here for more information on Digital Wellbeing.
What you need
Your Android phone needs to be:
- Turned on
- Signed in to a Google Account
- Connected to mobile data or Wi-Fi
- Visible on Google Play
- Location is turned on
- Find My Device is turned on. After you sign in to a Google Account on an Android device, Find My Device is on by default.
Step 1. Set up personalization
If multiple people are using the same Google Home device, everyone who wants to ring their own phone must link their Google Account and voice to Google Home, even the person who set up Google Home.
If you're the only person using Google Home, or you've already linked your Google Account and voice, skip this step.
- Open the Google Home app .
- At the top right, tap your account.
Verify that the Google Account shown is the one linked to your Google Home or Google Nest device. To switch accounts, tap another account or Add another account.
- Go back to the home screen, then tap Settings .
- Scroll down to "Google Assistant services," then tap More settings.
- Tap Assistant Voice Match Add devices.
- Make sure any devices you want to link your voice to are checked.
- Tap Continue Next I agree.
- Follow the in-app steps.
- To hear personal information, you must turn on Personal results. Tap I agree and proceed with the Voice Match setup.
- To invite others to set up Voice Match for tailored results, tap Invite, choose your communication method, and send the invite. To skip this step, tap No thanks.
Step 2. Find your phone!
Say "Ok, Google find/ring my phone" and your Google Assistant will ring your phone, even if it's set to "Do not disturb" mode.