We Recommend: Wheres My Droid, Recently Updated App That Allows You to Find Your Phone

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  • 13 Sep 2012
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  • Lost your phone? Regret not installing a software to make you find it more easily? We have an app for that! It’s called Wheres my Droid and it’s made by Alienman Tech, with an update for it issues on September 11th. The software requires Android 2.2 and up and it takes up less than 1 MB. The app is free!

    Where’s My Droid allows you to turn the ringer volume up and make the handset ring, plus it gets you the GPS coordinates with a link to Google Maps. If you’re not close enough to the handset you will get the Maps solution and you can track the phone from anywhere, using a test messaging code word or using the online Commander. The user can find the phone in the room/house by making it ring or vibrate and find it via GPS, if it’s further away. You can text your attention word, get passcode protection to prevent unauthorized app changes.

    There’s also a notification of changed SIM card or phone number and a Stealth Mode that hides incoming text with attention word. A white and black list is included, so you’ll control who can use the app via text. The pro version includes more important feats like remotely locking the device, remotely wiping the SD card, remotely wiping phone data and customizable ringtone when lost. The app is right here.

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