Recover Your Lost Android Phone With Where’s My Droid

Umar Anjum

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16 Responses

  1. Vim says:

    What a great idea and app, Somebody for the iPhone should create a similar app! This type of app is a definite must have.

  2. Kent Tan says:

    I think they have similar apps in iphone some time ago? I’ve seen ads (or blog posts? I can’t remember) about finding your iphone when you have a mobile me acct.

  3. blueshell says:

    I didn’t know there is such a app. It’s so great. Other cellphones should have such app too.

  4. T says:

    Tried it by sending a text from email and it didn’t work. Did work by sending text from another phone.

  5. Edia Pinkham says:

    Very useful
    Well don This makes sure I can find my Desire every time

  6. Annie says:

    Will sending the text to your phone activate the GPS on your phone even if the phone is off? Because what if your phone has run out of battery when you lost it…

  7. Susan Kayser says:

    This app does not work on my Droid. It was a waste of 99 cents.

  8. bob says:

    still doesn’t help sad to rely on this.

  9. dean says:

    So the lesson here is that if you steal an android device, make sure that you turn off the GPS so anyone using this application can’t find it (since the App can’t turn on the GPS at will.)

  10. jtm says:

    It work when the phone is on,but not when the phone is off

  11. arthur mintz says:

    I have misplaced my droid, and had imported your app but can’t remember how to use it. Any help would be appreciated. thanks,
    Arthur Mintz droid # is 650-714-9800

  12. Nique Lucas says:

    trying to track my droid 402-594-8941

  13. destiny says:

    i lost my mesmerize, i downloaded the “find my droid” app, but i cant remember the attention word .. HELP, please.

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