How to Find Your Lost or Stolen Android Smartphone ?

Posted: October 14, 2013 in Android Hacks

How to Find Your Lost or Stolen Android Smartphone

 

Losing your Smartphone is one of the most frustrating thing in our life. Losing your smart phone is lose your contacts, your important email contacts, Your private videos & important pictures.

Unlike iOS, Windows Phone or BlackBerry , Google’s Android operating system doesn’t come loaded with its own locate, lock or wipe features. Fortunately, a wide variety of apps available through the Google Play store will do each of those tasks.

Today i am going to Show you How to Find Your Lost or Stolen Android Smartphone with Wheres My Droid app.

Where’s My Droid is a pure Find my Phone app to help you locate your phone. When your smartphone goes missing, sending a code via text will make the phone ring (even when set in silent mode) while another text code sends you the GPS coordinates of the phone.

Alternatively, you can remotely control your phone by connecting it to the Commander option, a web-based interface. Where’s My Droid also offers a Pro version which lets you take pictures with the camera (you might be able to take a snapshot of the perpetrator), remote lock the phone rendering it impenetrable or remote wipe the app to save your data from misuse.

Lets Start, Download Where’s My Droid from the Google Play on your android phone.

How to Find Your Lost or Stolen Android Smartphone

It will give you Notification for Attention Words.

How to Find Your Lost or Stolen Android Smartphone

Now you have all the list of all features

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Now configure your Ring Setup option and choose the All the options.

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GPS Setting :- Now Select the Enable option to activate this setting.

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Now you have options to configure Security Settings.Select each setting and configure all the settings.

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Now configure your Passcode settings.

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Now configure your SIM card protection settings.

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Now you have protection from Anti-theft.

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