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Well so far the ADM hasnt helped. I had a LG G3 that was stolen a couple of weeks ago, it shows me the date of registration but I cant do anything because the phone cannot be located.
Google's Android Device Manager helps you to remotely locate your device and wipe your phone’s data, if it is lost or stolen. It also provides protection to your lost phone by enabling remote locking. I found this info in here, give it a look it wold be helpful, http://www.spinfold.com/less-known-android-features/
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No way to track an offline phone with Android Device Manager. I've found a good alternative named TruSpy. It can track offline phones. Coordinates are sent silently using SMS.
Interesting...is there a way to access past Android phones? If there is, I'd like to see if I could track my previous phone, which was stolen...
doesn't work for me :| just says location unavailable. Do i have to have my data connection turned on for this? cos I just connected with the WIFI...cos im a cheapskate and data connection is has a different fee from where i'm from :P
Fantastic, don't forget to set it up first. So many people run around the house looking for their mobile.