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Currently Being ModeratedDec 10, 2012 12:03 PM (in response to tatc69)
What To Do If Your iDevice or Computer Is Lost Or Stolen
If your Mac, iPhone, iPod, iPod Touch, or iPad is lost or stolen what do you do? There are things you should do in advance - before you lose it or it's stolen - and some things to do after the fact. Here are some suggestions:
3. AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon can block stolen phones/tablets
It pays to be proactive by following the advice on using Find My Phone before you lose your device:
Third-party solutions for computers:
1. VUWER 1.5.4
5. STEM 2.1
Currently Being ModeratedDec 22, 2012 11:24 PM (in response to tatc69)
sorry bout ur fone mate mine was stolen about seven hours ago if you find any way of really annoying the thief let me kno. illl keeep you posted if i find anyway of tracking or finding fones
Currently Being ModeratedDec 29, 2012 6:24 AM (in response to tatc69)
My phone was stolen 2 days ago and the thief turned my phone off so that I am unable to find it the "find my phone" app even though I have programmed for data to be erased when it is connected to the internet. I have been checking regularly and the answer on the app is that the iphone is offline. I have cancelled my number of course. But I am concerned about the thief accessing the information on my phone ie emails that have already been downloaded
Can someone please advise me as to the following?
a) is it likely that the thief is able to operate the phone with a new sim and thus evade detection on the "Find my phone" app?
b) can he access the downloaded emails and other personal data on the phone despite the number being cancelled?
c) What precisely can a thief do with the phone and the information contained within it? ie what can he access?
d) is it likely to be the case that I shall never find the phone on the "find my phone app"?