Nokia stolen tracking your shipment

 

Here is a list of popular devices for common tracking scenarios. Start here if you need help selecting a suitable device.

Nokia stolen tracking your shipment

Somehow you lost your Windows Phone. It might have been stolen, or it could be down the back of a chair in your local pub. How will you get it back? Hopefully, you enabled the native Find My Phone setting before you were separated from your phone. If you did, you can now use the web-based service to retrieve it.

It might be the opinion of some that a lost Windows Phone device isn’t all that big a deal. After all, they’re not exactly iPhones or Samsung Galaxys, are they?

Your lost Windows Phone might contain your personal data. It might have a collection of recently-snapped photos, vital emails and documents and apps that are a lifeline to your work. Losing a Windows Phone can be as devastating as losing a phone running any other productive operating system – with cloud applications installed, it could be as risky as losing a desktop computer.

Here is a list of popular devices for common tracking scenarios. Start here if you need help selecting a suitable device.

A reader asks: 'Yesterday I lost my smartphone in a taxi cab, and have not been able to recover it. Before I get a new one, are there any tricks I can try to locate a stolen phone? And for the future, what options do I have BEFORE a phone is lost, that will help me get it back?'

If you came looking for an article like this you probably want the answer right now. So I will save the why’s and wherefore’s until later; here is what to do when your phone is lost or stolen:

If it’s an Android phone, immediately try to locate the phone using the built-in Android Device Manager. Is some cases this will work even if you have not previously set up your phone to use Device Manager. You can access Device Manager via Google’s web interface and locate a phone you own via its GPS location data.