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    Default Recover your phone after lost/ IMEI tracking

    Hi Guys:

    AndroidLost (AL) is a must have app, I have it on my phone.

    http://www.androidlost.com/

    Best to have BEFORE you lose your phone, but you can "push" Androidlost to your phone by going to the PlayMarket, logging in and installing it.

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.androidlost

    Once you "push" it to your phone wait about 5 minutes.

    Text your phone androidlost register from any phone, and AL will text back a success message if the phone is on and number is the same.

    All you have to do now is go to Android Lost , log in with the google account registered to the phone, and you can begin to control the phone from the web.

    AL allows you to "hide" the application so it is not easily found, and if you install AL before you lose the phone you can grant it administrative permission where you can remotely wipe the phone and SD card.

    Get it, try it, and for future use get it on your phone before it goes missing.

    Good luck.

    Features
    Read SMS'es
    Read the latest SMS'es from your phone and send them to your email.
    Remote control alarm
    Have you ever misplaced your phone which was put on silent mode? Now you may sound the alarm on your phone from your PC!
    View on map
    Find the location of your phone on a map. With AndroidLost you can find your phone with GPS precision. Even if the phone is indoor you will get a nearby location by network accuracy.
    Send SMS'es from your PC
    You can send SMS'es directly from your phone by typing them on AndroidLost. All replies will still go to your phone.
    Lock the phone
    You can lock and unlock the phone from the web. If you forget your pincode you can simply overwrite it or remove it from the web.
    Wipe the phone
    Don't want your personal messages in the hands of anyone else? With AndroidLost you may wipe the entire phone so all SMS'es, contact and google setup is removed.
    Pop up messages on the phone
    Send a message to the friendly guy who have found your phone so you may let him know where to give it back.
    Forward your calls
    You can send keys to the dialer of your phone. That way you can forward your calls from your mobile to a nearby phone.
    No battery use
    AndroidLost will not use any battery since it does not poll any server to find out if it is lost. It uses the latest technology from google to send messages to the phone.
    No pre installation required
    You didn't install AndroidLost on your phone? No problem! You can push the AndroidLost app to your phone from google play and initiate the connection to googles servers by sending an SMS with the message 'androidlost register' to your phone.
    Read status
    Detect how much battery is left, display IMEI, SIM card ID and much more.
    SMS commands
    You can set up a phonenumber which can control you phone, i.e. start the alarm by sending an SMS to your phone.
    Erase SD card
    Click a button and your SD card will be erased! Very useful if you have some naughty pictures on your sd card.
    SIM card changed
    When the SIM card is changed an email will be sent to the owner of the phone.
    Hidden SMS
    When the phone receives an SMS it plays a sound and displays an icon in the notification bar. But if it starts with androidlost it will not play any sound and not display any notification.
    Call list
    A list of incomming and outgoing calls will be sent to you.
    Camera
    AndroidLost can take pictures with the front facing camera in case the phone is stolen. Only for android 2.3.
    Tablets
    AndroidLost also works on tablets. The call functions will obviously fail if the tablet have no phone installed.
    Text to speech
    You can make your phone speak out load. Suppose you have lost it on a café then you can make the phone say: 'I am lost - please pick me up!'
    Multiple phones on the same account
    So you may control more that one phone from your account.
    Browse content
    You can browse the content on the phone directly from the webpage. So if you phone is stolen you can still download your holiday pictures or erase them remotely.


    If you face any trouble to install or anything, post here. ... Enjoy and keep safe.

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    Problem is, counting on your phone having inet access after being stolen by the average thief is the same as expecting another 'democratic' election to take place anytime soon in our country.

    i.e: It's just not happening. All this thing is good for is tracking your SO, as you gleefully sneaked that into the last line.

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    The app/service is great .. but as Codex said .. Churir por j chor net on korbe tar kono guarranty nai .. offline e somehow kora gele joss hoito ..

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    Yes internet access is required. its true. but think if its a android phone and assume thief has sold the set to someone, any day he/she definitely turn on internet for a while. you only need this to track. using internet from mobile is very common i hope..
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    its an anroid phone and one day whoever steal it will obviously connect the phone when he will want to download the apps or facebooking even with 0.facebook.com case it will be connected with internet so its a good app to go and thanks for the share

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    its an anroid phone and one day whoever steal it will obviously connect the phone when he will want to download the apps or facebooking even with 0.facebook.com case it will be connected with internet so its a good app to go and thanks for the share
    Nobody who steals a phone and is sane uses it without a factory reset

    It's the first step professional thieves should use, assuming they have half a brain. Still useful, yes -- but just keeping people updated on why it isn't all that the devs advertise it to be

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    Quote Originally Posted by Codex View Post
    Nobody who steals a phone and is sane uses it without a factory reset

    It's the first step professional thieves should use, assuming they have half a brain. Still useful, yes -- but just keeping people updated on why it isn't all that the devs advertise it to be
    if the phone has root access then you can make it a system apps which cant be removed by factory resets, or using titanium backup pro

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    Sigh, you seem to like arguing for the sake of arguing.

    It's Linux, whatever you setup can be undone the exact same way -- I'll just leave it at that.

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    Samsung probably has the best software installed to tackle thieves.

    Firstly there's this sim tracking thing, whenever someone changes a sim you'll be notified via an sms to your desired phone number and the thief wouldn't even know a message was sent as it's not there in the "sent" messages.

    Then there's the live tracking through gps . if the Internet is on then you can see the mobile's location continuously on your pc/mobile's browser. But both of these may not happen if the thief does a data wipe that'll remove everything.

    Given that the professional thieves act as suppliers to shops like e-wintech, live wire, 15face, jukebox and other shops here in dhaka, you can't expect the phone not to be tinkered with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Codex View Post
    Sigh, you seem to like arguing for the sake of arguing.

    It's Linux, whatever you setup can be undone the exact same way -- I'll just leave it at that.
    not for the sake of arguing, i also searched about this question and got this reply from their developers team,

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    @Codex can you please explain what is the function of this?

    SMS commands

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    Use the SMS pincode or SMS allow to allow other phones to control your phone. This is a very useful feature in case your phone is not connected to the internet or if you google account has been disabled on your phone so Google cannot push messages to your phone. If your phone is stolen and the thief changes your sim card your account on the phone will be disabled.

    SMS allow
    Enter a phonenumber that is allowed to send SMS commands to your phone. Useful in case both wifi and data is disabled. To allow multiple numbers separate the number with a comma ','. To remove allowed sender submit the text 'closed'.
    SMS pincode
    Enter a pincode that will allow any number to send SMS commands to your device even if they are not in the SMS allowed list. The pincode must be entered right after androidlost, i.e. 'androidlost 1234 alarm 5' to start the alarm from any phone.

    Available SMS commands

    androidlost status (sends back the status)
    androidlost alarm 5 (sounds the alarm for 5 seconds)
    androidlost message Hi there! Call 55523424 to get the reward (pops up a message on the phone)
    androidlost sound on (enables sound)
    androidlost sound off (mutes sound)
    androidlost speak come home now Brian (speaks the message out loud)
    androidlost data start (starts the data connection)
    androidlost data stop (stops the data connection)
    androidlost wifi start (starts the wifi connection)
    androidlost wifi stop (stops the wifi connection)
    androidlost call 12345678 (calls the number 12345678)
    androidlost hangup (hangs up the active call)
    androidlost recordsound 30 (records 30 seconds from microphone)
    androidlost getcommands (tries to get waiting commands from server)
    androidlost apn copy (copies existing APN and sets it default)
    androidlost apn remove (removes copy APN and sets previous default)
    androidlost apn enable (enables copy APN)
    androidlost apn disable (disables copy APN)
    androidlost gps (locates the phone and returns an SMS)
    androidlost lock 1234 (locks the phone to pincode 1234)
    androidlost unlock (unlocks the phone)
    androidlost troubleshooter (starts the Troubleshooter)
    androidlost startpoll (polls the server for new messages)
    androidlost stoppoll (stops polling)
    androidlost restoresettings (gets the settings from the server)
    androidlost updatephoneinfo (overwrites the server settings with settings from the phone)
    androidlost startapp (starts the app)
    androidlost erasesdcard (erases the sd card)
    androidlost wipe (wipes the phone)

    I am not very much clear about it :S
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    Yeah right! Professionals use the hard reset.
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